Jack Campbell – Entertainment Bureau



Jack Campbell was born to farmers and graziers, Bruce and Ilma Campbell on November 2, 1970 in Sydney, Australia. The youngest of three boys, Campbell was raised on a wheat and cattle farm in the Australian Outback (Warrenbungles, N.S.W)


In 1990, Campbell moved to Sydney where he pursued acting at The Actors Center in Surry Hills. Campbell soon appeared in several Australian television shows, before performing with the Sydney Theatre Company in Six Degrees of Separation. He then co-starred in the feature film, The Nostradamus Kid, alongside Noah Taylor and Miranda Otto.

From 1996–1998, Jack Campbell had a leading role in the New Zealand drama series, City Life playing the Prime Minister’s rebellious son, Aaron Kellett. After this, he starred in the successful New Zealand medical drama, Shortland Street as romantic lead, Dr. Daniel Buchanan (1998–2000). Campbell also appeared in New Zealand dramas, Jackson’s Wharf and The Legend of William Tell, before travelling to New York where he studied at The Cay Michael Patten Acting Studio .

In 2006, Jack Campbell appeared in the BBC/Nine Network co-production of Maddigan’s Quest, a young adult – post apocalyptic drama series. This was followed by the feature film, Gabriel where he played Archangel Raphael. After this, Campbell starred in the BBC/ABC Co-Production of The Catalpa Rescue, playing Captain Anthony.

In 2007–2009, Campbell played Dr. Steve Taylor in Australia’s number one medical drama, All Saints on the Seven Network. During this time at the request of Tourism Tasmania, Campbell hosted Discover Tasmania, a lifestyle program that also aired on the Seven Network. Campbell then joined soap opera, Home and Awayas Michael Patton, before guest starring in the Australian TV drama, Sea Patrol playing troubled mercenary, Garth Davidson.

In 2011 Jack Campbell appeared in the feature film, Burning Man, before starring as Sydney’s infamous 1920s gangster, Big Jim Devine in Australia’s highest rating television drama series, Underbelly: Razor for the Nine Network.

In 2014 Campbell starred as hardened farmer and devoted family man, Adam Wilson in the feature film, The Pack. This thriller was a co-production between Kojo Films and Prodigy Movies. The Pack made its world premiere at the 2015 Fantasy Filmfest and later secured United States distribution on Netflix in 2016.

In 2015 Campbell starred as author and widowed father, Alex Gibbs in the feature film, Asomatous which co-stars Kevin Sorbo, Michael Welch, Rena Owen, Whitney Rose Pynn and Isabella Kai Rice . Asomatous is due for U.S release in 2017.

In 2016 Jack Campbell appeared for the Nine Network in the mini-series House of Bond playing America’s Cup skipper John Bertrand. Most recently Campbell starred alongside Byung Hun Lee and Hyo Jin Kong in the highly anticipated feature film Single Rider which will be released by Warner Bros in 2017.

Jack Campbell was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the 1994 Australian Film Critic’s Awards. He was nominated for his role of MacAlister in the feature film, The Nostradamus Kid. Campbell was also nominated for Most Popular New Male Talent at the Australian 2008 Logie Awards. He was nominated for his role of Dr. Steve Taylor in the medical drama, All Saints.

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