Sharpsville sixth grader to appear in “Super Bowl babies” video

The video is the latest acting job for 12-year-old Camren Klenke

Twelve-year-old Camren Klenke, of Sharpsville, will be featured in the Super Bowl babies music video, expected to air after the third quarter of the game Sunday.

SHARPSVILLE, Pa. (WKBN) – The NFL believes that the data shows — nine months after a Super Bowl victory, winning cities see a rise in births. It’s calling them “Super Bowl babies,” and as part of the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl this year, the NFL produced a music video on Super Bowl babies to Seal’s “Kiss from a Rose.”

The video is expected to air at the end of the third quarter of the game on Sunday, and with it, a local face will make an appearance.

Twelve-year-old Camren Klenke, of Sharpsville, will be featured in the video as an actor. Camren is a sixth grader at Sharpsville Middle School.

Camren’s mother, Dawnielle, talked about Camren’s acting career, which began when he was just 7. Camren has been on several television shows, such as “Investigation Discovery,” “Nightmare Next Door,” “Evil Twins,” and “Deadly Affairs.”

His latest performance is part of the Super Bowl Babies Choir — a music video which tracks Super Bowl babies from Green Bay in 1967 to Pittsburgh in 1976, San Francisco in 1989, Indianapolis in 2007 and Seattle in 2014.

Camren, born in 2003, plays a Tampa Bay baby.

Camren auditioned for the part just before Christmas. He traveled to San Francisco and New York to shoot the scenes.

“I had a great time, and I have a great time doing everything that I do, and it’s just a great opportunity,” he said.

Camren credits his grandmother — Janet Kuban — for getting him started and keeping him going. Along with singing, modeling and acting, Camren also plays football and wrestles.

His mother said she couldn’t be prouder.

“He had to learn responsibility. He had to learn work ethic,” she said. “He learned how to write a resume out. A lot of things he learned now, most adults don’t even know how to do.”

Camren says he plans to continue acting, hoping to star in bigger movies one day.

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