|Born||May 17, 1967|
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Cameron Bancroft (born May 17, 1967), sometimes credited as Cam Bancroft, is a Canadian television actor from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Bancroft was born in Winnipeg. He graduated from Handsworth Secondary School in North Vancouver and attended the California Institute of the Arts in Santa Clarita, California.
Bancroft is best known for playing Joe Bradley on the television series Beverly Hills, 90210 .  He was on the show from 1995 to 1996, and in the same year played Astronaut Zeke Beaumont in The Cape .  In 2003, he joined his Beverly Hills alumni, Jason Priestley and Emma Caulfield, in Reality of Love . He played the male leading role in Code Name: Eternity in 1999 and 2000.  In 2005, Bancroft guest-starred in season four of 24 . He played field agent Lee Castle in nine episodes.
Bancroft has made numerous guest appearances on several television series. In 2005, he starred as Charles Ingalls in the television miniseries Little House on the Prairie . He also played the demon Cryto in the Charmed season two episode "How to Make a Quilt Out of Americans". 
In 2007, he starred in the award-winning movie Country Remedy as a workaholic single parent and Chicago doctor named Evan Gibbs. In order to secure the job of a lifetime, he must first set up a clinic in a small mountain town in North Carolina.
In 2012, for the entirety of the second season of Blackstone , Bancroft portrayed the role of Dr. Kurt Ellis, a doctor who treats the Blackstone reservation and has an affair with Debbie Fraser. In Supernatural , he played the role of Dr. Gaines who was taken over by a Leviathan. He appeared in three episodes as this monstrous creature/doctor. In 2013 he played Ben, a star widower, in Garage Sale Mystery .
In 2014, he played Spencer in The Town that Came A-Courtin'. He played a supporting role in several episodes of the Canadian TV series The Beachcombers . 
|1986||The Boy Who Could Fly||Joe|
|1991||Rock 'n' Roll High School Forever||Jack|
|1993||Love and Human Remains||Bernie|
|1993||Anything for Love||Kurt Stark|
|1995||Dream Man||Robert Reynolds|
|1998||L.A. Without a Map||Patterson|
|1999||Mystery, Alaska||'Tinker' Connolly|
|2001||MVP 2: Most Vertical Primate||Rob Poirier|
|2002||Anything but Love||Greg Ellenbogen|
|2007||Simple Things||Dr. Evan Gibbs|
|2014||The Town That Came A-Courtin'||Spencer Alexander|
|2018||In God I Trust||James|
|2020||A Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting||Pete Ferguson|
|TBA||Action #1||Detective Thomas|
|1987–1990||The Beachcombers||Graham Blake||63 episodes|
|1990||Tour of Duty||Kemper||Episode: "Payback"|
|1990||83 Hours 'Til Dawn||David Burdock||Television film|
|1991||Out of This World||Malcolm||Episode: "Evie's Three Promises"|
|1993, 1994||Highlander: The Series||David Keogh / Robert||2 episodes|
|1994||Moment of Truth: To Walk Again||Eddie||Television film|
|1994||Moment of Truth: Broken Pledges||Mark|
|1994||For the Love of Nancy||Patrick|
|1995||A Family Divided||Chad Billingsley|
|1995||Extreme||Kyle Hansen||7 episodes|
|1995||The Other Mother: A Moment of Truth Movie||Jack||Television film|
|1995||She Stood Alone: The Tailhook Scandal||Rocket|
|1995–1996||Beverly Hills, 90210||Joe Bradley||23 episodes|
|1996||To Brave Alaska||Roger Lewis||Television film|
|1996–1997||The Cape||Ezekiel 'Zeke' Beaumont||17 episodes|
|1997||Convictions||Jeff Parker||Television film|
|2000||Charmed||Cryto||Episode: "How to Make a Quilt Out of Americans"|
|2000||Code Name: Eternity||Ethaniel||26 episodes|
|2001||Special Unit 2||Craig Richards||Episode: "The Pack"|
|2002||She's No Angel||Jed Benton||Television film|
|2002||The New Beachcombers||Scott Rivers|
|2002||He Sees You When You're Sleeping||Sterling Brooks|
|2003||The Crooked E: The Unshredded Truth About Enron||Duffy|
|2003||Undercover Christmas||Scott Shift|
|2004||I Want to Marry Ryan Banks||Larry|
|2004||Jake 2.0||Ben Wilton||Episode: "Dead Man Walking"|
|2004||A Beachcombers Christmas||Scott Rivers||Television film|
|2005||The Collector||Terry Handsworth||Episode: "The Campaign Manager"|
|2005||Little House on the Prairie||Charles Ingalls||6 episodes|
|2005||24||Lee Castle||9 episodes|
|2005||Reunion||Eric McManus||Episode: "1986"|
|2005||Beautiful People||Joe Seplar||4 episodes|
|2005||CSI: Miami||Byron Diller||Episode: "Shattered"|
|2006||The Path to 9/11||Mike McCormick||2 episodes|
|2006||Kraft Hockeyville||Cameron||7 episodes|
|2007||Don't Cry Now||Ross||Television film|
|2008||A Woman's Rage||Brian Hagan|
|2008||Mail Order Bride||Beau Canfield|
|2008||Flirting with Forty||Daniel Laurens|
|2009||Ring of Deceit||Matt McAdams|
|2009||Smallville||Dr. Coats||Episode: "Rabid"|
|2011||To the Mat||Kevin||Television film|
|2011||Supernatural||Dr. Gaines / Leviathan||3 episodes|
|2011–2013||The Haunting Hour: The Series||Dr. Wright / Scott Hardin / Sean||4 episodes|
|2012||Hannah's Law||James Beaumont||Television film|
|2012–2014||Blackstone||Dr. Kurt Ellis||8 episodes|
|2013||Psych||Ken Dowling||Episode: "Juliet Takes a Luvvah"|
|2013||Motive||Jack Bergin||Episode: "Public Enemy"|
|2013||Profile for Murder||Richard||Television film|
|2013||Garage Sale Mystery||Ben Douglas||Episode: "Garage Sale Mystery"|
|2013–2015||Cedar Cove||Will Jeffers||16 episodes|
|2015||Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce||Stuntman Steve||Episode: "Rule #32: F-you, Rob Frumpkis!"|
|2015||Once Upon a Time||Bill||Episode: "Lily"|
|2016||Legends of Tomorrow||Mr. Blake||Episode: "Blood Ties"|
|2016||The Wedding March||Josh Johnson||Television film|
|2017||Secrets of My Stepdaughter||Greg Kent|
|2017||Chesapeake Shores||Carlton Chase||3 episodes|
|2018||When Calls the Heart||Mr. Weston||Episode: "Hearts and Minds"|
|2018||Unreal||Preston Palmer||3 episodes|
|2018||Morning Show Mysteries||Victor Anderson||Episode: "Murder on the Menu"|
|2018||A Midnight Kiss||Gary Pearson||Television film|
|2018–2019||Michelle's||Hank Deveraux||5 episodes|
|2018–2020||NarcoLeap||Gregory Atkins||7 episodes|
|2019||Unspeakable||Michael Rodell||Episode: "Heat-Treatment (1984 - 1985)"|
|2019||Hailey Dean Mysteries||Robert Harms||Episode: "A Prescription for Murder"|
|2020||Martha's Vineyard Mysteries||Willard Gilford||Episode: "Riddled with Deceit"|
|2020||When the Streetlights Go On||Mr. Monroe||5 episodes|
|2021||A Little Daytime Drama||Gregory James||Television film|
|2021||Coyote Creek Christmas||Rick Parker|
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