Kirk Cameron cannot explain why thousands of dead birds mysteriously fell out of the sky in recent days, adding that he is not that "religious conspiracy theorist go-to guy."
The former star of the hit 1980s comedy series "Growing Pains" is a strict born-again Christian who has preached the gospel on the streets, on television and online.
In recent days, thousands of dead birds were found in Arkansas, Kentucky and Louisiana and some 2 million dead fish washed up in Maryland's Chesapeake Bay, in the United Kingdom, Brazil and in New Zealand.
When asked his thoughts on the matter, Cameron, a 40-year-old father of six and brother of actress Candace Cameron Bure of "Full House," told CNN anchor Anderson Cooper: "Well, I first think that they ought to call a veterinarian, not me."
"You know, I'm not the religious conspiracy theorist go-to guy particularly. But I think it's really kind of silly to try to equate birds falling out of the sky with some kind of an end-times theory. I think people just have a fascination with the religiously mysterious."
Check out Kirk Cameron's interview with Anderson Cooper below.