Matthew Camp was born on March 15, 1984 in Santa Clara, California, USA as Matthew Stephen Camp. He is an actor and producer, known for Getting Go, the Go Doc Project (2013), As I Am (2019) and Iconic Justice (2021).
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Matthew Camp (born March 15, 1984) is an American adult performer, model, internet personality, and artist. Camp came to prominence in 2013 with Getting Go: The Go Doc Project .  In 2020, Camp was co-host of the reality television competition series Slag Wars .
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Camp, a gay adult entertainer, questioned the motivation of an arsonist who set his South Clinton Street house on fire on Jan. 14.
Matthew Camp is part of a Millennial Generation (also known as Generation Y). Millennials is a generation who grew up with computers, internet and social networks. Having been raised under the mantra "follow your dreams" and being told they were special, they tend to be confident and tolerant of difference.
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Model, actor, and adult performer Matthew Camp has been a victim of arson. His Poughkeepsie home, which he reportedly purchased in October, was set ablaze earlier this month.
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Matthew Camp, a real live go-go dancer, plays Go, who is actually himself. The movie was shot in Camp's own apartment, gym, club, supermarket, etc, and follows his regular daily and nightly routine. The only fiction is the business with Doc. From beginning to end, nothing about this movie is conventional or predictable.