is an American actor whose credits include a recurring role on The O. and appearances in feature films Twilight, Pandorum, Never Back Down, Burlesque, Easy A, The Roommate and Priest.
He also starred in the short-lived CBS legal drama series Reckless.
He portrayed the role of the villainous bad boy and fighting champion Ryan Mc Carthy who sets out to take down the film's protagonist.
Whether it's Sheila constantly breathing down your neck in the Sears gift wrap department where you work, or it's your unfunny office manager Matthew (never Matt) berating you in Comic Sans via email about whatever the f*ck, the fact is that there's always at least one awful co-worker that ruins our day on a consistent basis.
He does, however, go on to write off that entire experience: But to be fair, Cam Gigandet does not seem to have the best skills at maintaining friendships.
"I don’t talk to anyone I’ve ever worked with." Not even Sean Faris? Okay, Cam Gigandet, you might show up in tons of terrific B-movies and wear shirts in none of them, but at some point the problem is you.
UPDATE: After the arrival of Cam Gigandet and Dominique Geisendorff's third child, the new mom shared a picture of her happy family on Instagram. Just four days ago, the family posed for a sweet photo in honor of Thanksgiving and Dominique wrote, "Too much to be thankful for #lovemyfam #almostnotpregnant."Over this past Memorial Day Weekend, Dominique announced that she was expecting her third child with a series of images from her ultrasound.
Armie is now a baby sister to the couple's two other children: Rekker Radley and Everleigh Ray.
But then why all the rumors about Sharon Stone dating a newly single Antonio Banderas? "Antonio is a brother to me, and Melanie has been with me for each and every birth of my three children." Uh, 'journalists,' why have you been denying us this coverage of Melanie Griffith observing the birth of Sharon Stone's children all these years? Obviously zero percent of his animated or cinematic or hosting or, uh, big band work has any creative appeal, but then he goes and puts his undeniable clout behind amazing things like the reboot?