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Cameron Mica Boyce was an American actor, voice actor, singer, and dancer. He got his start for playing Keith Feder in the 2010 Columbia Pictures comedy Grown Ups and its 2013 sequel, Grown Ups 2. He later gained more popularity for his role as Luke Ross in the Disney Channel show, Jessie. In Good Luck Charlie, he played the fake Gabe Duncan in the episode "The Singin' Dancin' Duncans". He had also a small role as a dancer in Shake It Up. He voiced Jake in Season 2 of the Disney Junior show, Jake and the Never Land Pirates. In the Disney XD sitcom Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything, he starred as Conor.

In 2015, he portrayed Carlos De Vil, the son of Cruella De Vil, in the Descendants franchise. He also starred in Descendants 3 at which there was a tribute video for the wonderful life he lived. In addition, he played Krahgg in the Liv and Maddie episode "Prom-a-Rooney" and appeared in the Disney Channel Spain program "Un, Dos ¡Chef!".[1] He also voiced Herman Schultz/Shocker in Marvel's Spider-Man. Prior to that he voiced his Jessie character Luke Ross in the Ultimate Spider-Man episode "Halloween Night at the Museum".

Outside of Disney, Boyce appeared in films, like Mirrors, Eagle Eye, Grown Ups, Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer, Grown Ups 2, and Runt. His television credits included General Hospital: Night Shift, Code Black, Mrs. Fletcher, and Paradise City.

On July 6, 2019, less than two months after his 20th birthday, it was announced that Boyce had passed away in his sleep due to epilepsy. Descendants 3 was Boyce's last Disney project to be released following his death.

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  • In an early Jessie episode, the title character said Luke (portrayed by Boyce) would get his car back by 2020. That year, a year after Boyce's death in 2019, Jessie's actress Debby Ryan posted a video with a car, as a homage to Cameron's character on the show.
  • Following his death, many of his co-stars left tributes on their social media. These included:

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