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article imageInterview with Cameron Mathison: 'The Carpenter's Miracle' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Mar 26, 2013 in Entertainment
On March 25, acclaimed actor Cameron Mathison (“All My Children”) spoke via phone about his latest film “The Carpenter’s Miracle,” which will make its world television premiere exclusively on GMC TV on March 30 and March 31.
It is based on the book by Judd Parkins and the film was produced by GMC and Entertainment One (EOne). It will kick off GMC’s Celebration of Easter programming, which will include a wide selection of biblical movies such as the epic film, “Jesus.”
According to Cameron, he remarked, “I play Josh Carey in the film. I was drawn to its script and I loved the humility and selflessness of this character, which is very rare in a leading man. I was really excited about that aspect and the director helped me work on that as an actor. It’s a story about a guy who seemingly saves a boy’s life and in doing so he transforms and saves his own. It’s a beautiful story about a miracle and what comes after that. He goes from a guy with very little faith to having faith.”
He starred in “The Carpenter’s Miracle” opposite Michelle Harrison, Sarah-Jane Redmond (“Smallville”) and Ryan Grantham (“Diary of a Wimpy Kid”). “I loved working with them and I connected with them a lot. For a movie like this, you need somebody who is humble, genuine and honest and Michelle really embodied that and so did Ryan. There was a spiritual vibe between us and that helped with the chemistry and the connection between us,” Cameron said.
Regarding the film’s theme, the Emmy-nominated actor stated, “I would love for people to look for their own miracles in their lives and recognize that we all have them. It might not be saving a boy’s life, but I think everybody has them. We can look for little signs in our lives and if we look at them through a spiritual lens we can learn to realize that the most difficult things in our life can sometimes be the greatest spiritual teachings. These are all things that make us feel better and are a benefit to those around us.”
On his definition of the word success, Cameron Mathison shared, “I would like to be a benefit to those around me. It involves being on a constant spiritual path for the benefit of others. If I notice that my love and compassion is increasing and when I am thinking more about others than myself, that is the real meaning of success.”
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