LaVeta Cameron is an Actor, Director, Producer, Writer, Casting Director, Martial Artist, Administrative Consultant, and Model in addition to being a mother of two teenagers, Xniqko and Jaiydalin. She has acted in many independent films and projects in the Philadelphia area, including Maurice Paramore's two films, Kodak and Regrets; Luke Allen's WET, in which she also co-directed and was also a producer on the film; and Jordon Campbell's film, The Deepest Cut, to name a few.
Ms. Cameron has also made her mark in not only acting, but in producing, directing, and starring in films that she writes under her production company, Lady Ninja Storm Productions. No Games and Your Daddy, My Big Daddy can both be viewed on YouTube under the production channel name. The biggest and most prominent film she has done under her production company is the feature film, Red Light, which is about human trafficking awareness. It is currently in post-production and the teaser and trailer can be seen on the YouTube channel as well.
Working with Courtland Kenley under Steel City Films is very humbling because LaVeta has always seen him grinding it out as an indie filmmaker, and now they have the opportunity to finally work together. She plans to bring all she's got to whatever character he casts her for in any of his productions.
To learn more about LaVeta Cameron and her career as a full-time entrepreneur in the film industry and her other areas of expertise in martial arts and administrative consulting, please visit her website at http://www.LaVetaCameron.com.