Camden John Lachey: The Son of Nick and Vanessa Lachey

Who is Camden John Lachey?

American celebrity child Camden John Lachey was born under the zodiac sign Virgo on 12 September 2010 in the USA. He’s only known for being the son of famous American actor, singer and TV personality Nicholas Scott ‘Nick’ Lachey and American actress, fashion model and 1998 Miss Teen USA Vanessa Joy Lachey (nee Minnillo).

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Early life and family

Camden’s being raised in Los Angeles, California alongside his siblings Brooklyn and Phoenix, by their parents who, despite being very busy still spend most of their spare time with them; Nick and Vanessa married in a private ceremony on 15 July 2011, after having been together for five years. Vanessa doesn’t speak in public about other men whom she’s been with, while it’s widely known that Nick was married to American singer and actress Jessica Ann Simpson from 26 October 2002 through 30 June 2006.

Camden’s currently attending a local elementary school in Los Angeles, and he should be progressing to high school in 2024; not many details about his everyday life have been disclosed as Nick and Vanessa prefer to keep their children away from media, but it’s believed that Camden’s already shown interest in acting and has appeared in a couple of school plays.

Age, height and net worth

Camden’s age is 13. He has brown hair and eyes, is 5ft 1ins (1.55m) tall and weighs around 110lbs (50kgs).

Camden’s parents Nick and Vanessa’s shared net worth’s been estimated at over $25 million, as of November 2023.

Who is his father Nick?

Nicholas Scott ‘Nick’ Lachey was born under the zodiac sign Scorpio on 9 November 1973 in Harlan, Kentucky USA. He gained recognition as the lead singer of the pop and R&B boy band 98 Degrees, while he’s today mostly popular for his acting career; Nick’s appeared in 36 movies and TV series, and is perhaps still known best for playing Vietnam Soldier in the 2005 romantic fantasy comedy film “Bewitched”, which starred Shirley MacLaine, Will Ferrell and Nicole Kidman, and was written and directed by Nora Ephron. It follows an egocentric actor who’s been cast to star alongside a witch in a new series, and the film won two of its 15 award nominations.

Nick was raised in Harlan alongside his brother Drew Lachey, who’s a popular American singer and actor, by their father John Lachey and mother Cathalyn (nee Fopma). Nick studied at Clovernook Elementary School prior to progressing to School for Creative and Performing Arts; upon matriculating in 1992, he enrolled at Miami University but soon transferred to the University of Southern California, from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1995.

He and his band 98 Degrees released their self-titled debut album on 29 July 1997, but only became popular with the release of their second album “98 Degrees and Rising” on 20 October 1998; they’ve since released only two more albums: “Revelation” in 2000 and “2.0” in 2013.

Nick began pursuing a career as a solo singer in 2003, with the release of his debut album “SoulO”; he’s since released three albums: “What’s Left of Me” in 2006, “A Father’s Lullaby” in 2013 and “Soundtrack of My Life” in 2014.

Nick’s debut TV series role was playing Tom Jones in the 2004 episode “To Tell the Truth” of the historical family drama “American Dreams”, and the same year saw him make his debut film appearance in the comedy “Hot Momma”. In 2007, he portrayed Dwayne in the popular action crime horror “Rise: Blood Hunter”, which starred Carla Gugino, Michael Chiklis and Lucy Liu, and was written and directed by Sebastian Gutierrez; it follows a reporter who’s awoken in a morgue and learned that she’s become a member of the undead.

Nick’s since had only a couple of roles, with his three most recent having been starring in the 2017 music video “98 Degrees: Season of Love”, voicing various characters in five episodes of the animated short adventure series “Harvey Girls Forever!” from 2018 through 2020 and playing a supporting character in the 2021 episode “Secrets Revealed! Sneak Peek Special” of the reality show “Alter Ego”.

Who is Camden’s mother Vanessa?

Vanessa Joy Lachey (nee Minnillo) was born in Angeles City, the Philippines under the zodiac sign Scorpio, on 9 November 1980, exactly seven years after Nick. She has 27 acting credits and is perhaps still known best for playing one of the main characters Amy in the 2008 science fiction comedy “Disaster Movie”, which also starred Nicole Parker and Carmen Electra, and was written and directed by Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer. It follows a group of young adults as they’re surviving various catastrophic events and natural disasters in the same night, and the film won one of its seven award nominations.

Vanessa was born in Angeles City only because her father, Vincent Charles Minnillo was stationed at Clark Air Base’s 13th Air Force Regional Medical Center; she was raised by her father and her Filipino mother Helen Ramos Bercero who was originally from Manila, the Philippines, but who abandoned Vanessa and Vincent when Vanessa was nine. The family often moved while Vanessa was growing up and she lived in Japan, Germany and various US states; she doesn’t have biological siblings, but rather only an older adopted brother.

After Vanessa’s parents both remarried, she moved to Turkey with her mother and her new husband, then Vanessa returned to live with her father following the 1991 Operation Desert Shield, settling in Charleston, South Carolina. She was into dancing and was a cheerleader while attending Bishop England High School, from which she matriculated in 1999.

Vanessa made her TV series debut in 2001, playing Amanda Wexler in eight episodes of the soap opera “The Bold and the Beautiful”, and the year 2003 saw her make her film debut, playing Malia in the drama “The Break”. In 2007, she played Johnny’s Wedding Date in the popular action adventure fantasy movie “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer”, which starred Chris Evans, Jessica Alba and Ioan Gruffudd, and was directed by Tim Story. It follows the Fantastic Four who’ve just learned that they’re not the only people with superpowers in the universe, and the movie won three of its 20 award nominations.

In 2013 and 2014, Vanessa starred as Camilla Whittemore in all 19 episodes of the comedy series “Dads”, which also starred Giovanni Ribisi and Seth Green, and was created by Wellesley Wild and Alec Sulkin. It follows two men in their 30s whose fathers have moved in with them, and the series was nominated for a single award.

Some of Vanessa’s most recent roles have been in three episodes of the 2022 crime mystery series “NCIS”, the 2023 episode “A Long Time Coming” of another crime mystery series “NCIS: Los Angeles”, and 44 episodes of the series “NCIS: Hawai’i” since 2021.

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