In Kirk Cameron’s new movie, “Fireproof,” he has to kiss the actress playing his wife. That was a problem. Cameron will not kiss any woman who is not his wife.
“I have a commitment not to kiss any other woman,” the former child star of “Growing Pains” told Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford Monday on TODAY in New York. "Even in acting, you're still doing it."To get around the conflict, the filmmakers employed a bit of movie magic, Cameron explained. They dressed his wife, actress Chelsea Noble, like the movie’s female lead and shot the scene in silhouette.“So when I’m kissing my wife, we’re actually husband and wife honoring marriage behind the scenes."
And Erica Durance, discussing acting, lesbianism, and acting like a lesbian (from an interview in the October 2007 issue of Maxim):
However, I'm not entirely ready to declare a potential relationship between Durance and Cameron impossible until I can find a quote from Durance on bananas. Wait, no, I'm entirely ready now.How does [your husband] feel about seeing you swapping spit with other guys on TV?It doesn't bother him, because he's an actor, too. I'll be like, "Honey, I saw you doing some chick on TV today!" The funniest experience was when I recently went to audition for a pilot about lesbians. I'm making out with this girl, and I go, "I know you from somewhere." Turns out she'd played [my husband's] girlfriend on another series. I went home and said, "Remember Tamara? I made out with her today." He was like, "Ah, what a nice girl."