“Saved By The Bell” was one of the vital iconic TV exhibits of the 90s, making mega-stars out of its younger solid members. Now a “Saved By The Bell” reboot is premiering on NBC’s Peacock streaming service, that includes a lot of the unique solid alongside a brand new era of charismatic highschool college students.
Belmont Cameli, an up-and-coming actor from Chicago, is considered one of these new solid members destined for stardom. He performs Jamie Spano, captain of the highschool soccer crew and son of Elizabeth Berkley’s unique collection character Jessie. Like his character, Belmont performed soccer in highschool, however the similarities finish there. Jamie is a lovable jock whose first scene options him studying a textbook upside-down; Belmont, in contrast, says he is at all times taken his research very severely and did not even understand he wished to behave till after a 12 months of enterprise faculty.
Belmont grew up with a tight-knit household and is pleased with his Italian heritage. He believes he inherited a lot of his appearing expertise and his humorousness from his dad, who used to talk at each household perform. Belmont’s uncommon identify can be a household legacy: when his grandfather Belmondo immigrated from Italy years in the past, his identify was Americanized to Belmont.
22-year-old Belmont has appeared in pupil movies and a 2018 episode of “Empire,” however the “Saved by the Bell” reboot is his main tv debut. He started his profession by modeling to grow to be comfy on units and make connections, however appearing, writing and directing are his final objectives. Belmont moved to Los Angles a 12 months in the past to begin auditioning, which he says he loves as a result of it offers him the chance to observe appearing. A tough employee to the core, Belmont appreciates any likelihood to work on his craft.
We had been excited to ask Belmont some questions on his journey from Chicago to “Saved By The Bell.”