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The Camdens are made up of Eric and Annie and their seven children: Matt, Mary, Lucy, Simon, Ruthie, Sam, and David. Eric Camden (played by Stephen Collins) was raised in Binghamton, New York by his parents, Colonel John Camden and Ruth Lynch.
Based on the episode "Halloween" (season 1), it appears that Eric was born in 1954 (which would make him 42 years old at the time).
Back in Glenoak, Ruthie mistakenly assumes that Eric and Annie (or T-Bone) will pay for her tattoo removal, yielding Eric to finally let her have it and force her to get a job.
Margaret decides to write Mac's paper for him, once she finally decides that she has feelings for him.
Furthermore, Mackenzie Rosman, who played youngest daughter Ruthie, did not appear in the first six episodes.
Catherine Hicks missed three episodes in season 11, as another cost-cutting move.
Eric (Stephen Collins) and Annie (Catherine Hicks), who have proud grandparents again, must deal with Eric's health when his heart problems return.
Even the adorable twins Sam (Lorenzo Brino) and David (Nikolas Briono) are not immune to drama when Eric pulls them out of school.
But a source close to Collins told the gossip site that the allegations are 'absolutely untrue,' that he never received that email and Grant never brought these claims up during their contentious divorce proceedings. Reruns of 7th Heaven are not being broadcast and he will no longer appear on the hit TV show Scandal.
Annie Jackson-Camden (played by Catherine Hicks) is the wife of Eric and mother of Matt, Mary, Lucy, Simon, Ruthie, Sam, and David.
She has a half-sister named Lily, through her father, Charles Jackson. During her college education, Annie studied everything from art to business and economics, and in later seasons returned to school to earn a degree in early childhood education.
In March 2006, the main cast of characters were approached about the possibility of returning for another season.
After further consideration by the CW network, it was decided three days after the airing of its "series finale", that 7th Heaven would be picked up for an eleventh season, which would air on their network in the Monday-night slot that had helped make it famous.
After his heart-bypass operation, he decides to leave the ministry and even stop attending church.