|Born||Robert Joseph Camposecco
March 9, 1983
Wheeling, West Virginia, U.S.
|Other names||Bobby Camposecco|
|Notable work||Nick O'Bannon in The Final Destination|
Life and career
Campo was born in Wheeling, West Virginia, and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida. His father, Robert Camposecco, works as a painting contractor while his mother, Donna (née Wells), is a make-up artist who has worked for various celebrities. His paternal grandfather, Bob Campo, was a former radio personality in Wheeling and he has a younger sister named Julia Marie who is married to Stephen Christian of the band Anberlin. Campo is an alumnus of Seminole High School[disambiguation needed] and was a student at the Performers Studio Workshop in Tampa, Florida.
Some of his favorite actors, whom he also aspires to work with, include Johnny Depp and Robert Downey, Jr. He regards both actors to be fantastic and admires them for their uniqueness and interesting works. He also looks up to the late Paul Newman. Campo is also interested in making his own movies and finds inspiration in director David Fincher. In October 2009, he appeared in the cover of Throne Magazine and was also featured in the March 2010 issue of L'Uomo Vogue.
Campo was also featured in several short films including Queen in 2011 wherein he portrayed a handsome, young cabaret doorman who expresses sympathy to a transgender performer and in A Conversation About Cheating with My Time Travelling Future Self in 2012, portraying a man who travels back in time to tell his past self that his life will get better if he cheats on his girlfriend. For his performance in the latter, Amazing Stories 's Chris Garcia found his acting "pitch perfect" and added that Campo "does an excellent job playing both sides of the same coin."
In early 2012, Campo was cast for a recurring role in the third season of the supernatural drama TV series Being Human. He plays the character of Max, a young-looking mortician who runs his own business and works extra hard to gain credibility.
He indulges himself in rock climbing, cycling, and soccer and loves listening to music to conduce his creativity, especially when at work. In March 2015 he earned the role of Seth Branson in MTV's slasher television series Scream.
|2006||99: The Movie!||Yentle|
|2009||Legally Blondes||Chris Lopez||DVD movie|
|Coffee and Cream||Son||Short film|
|The Final Destination||Nick O'Bannon|
|2011||Séance: The Summoning||Joey|
|2012||Patti||Interviewer||Short film (Voice only)|
|General Education||Brian Collins|
|A Conversation About Cheating with My Time Travelling Future Self||Stan||Short film|
|2014||The Jazz Funeral||Billy|
|2005||Vampire Bats||Don||TV film (Credited as Bobby Camposecco)|
|2006||South Beach||Steven||Episode: "Who Do You Trust"|
|2008||Greek||Trent||Episode: "A New Normal"
Episode: "The Great Cappie"
|2009||Mental||Matt||Episode: "House of Mirrors"|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Parker||Episode: "Solitary"|
|CSI: Miami||Ethan||Episode: "Bad Seed"|
|2011||Love's Christmas Journey||Erik Johnson||TV film/Hallmark miniseries|
|2013||Being Human||Max||Season 3 (Recurring Character)|
|Masters of Sex||Carl|
|Snow Bride||Jared Tannenhill||TV film|
|2015||Scream||Seth Branson||Pre-production; Series slated for June 2015 release|
- Belcher, Walt (2009-08-25). "Final Destination is just the beginning for St. Pete actor". The Tampa Tribune. Retrieved 2009-08-28.
- "Bobby Campo, Star of 'The Final Destination' (INTERVIEW)". Trend Hunter. Retrieved September 25, 2012.
- Diaz, Ricky (October 1, 2009). "Throne Magazine : Bobby Campo Exclusive". Throne Magazine 1 (2): 3–12.
- "L'Uomo Vogue - March 2010". All Stars Online. Retrieved 6 October 2012.
- Garcia, Chris. "A Conversation about Cheating with My Time Traveling Future Self by Pornsak Pichetshote". Amazing Stories. Retrieved 30 March 2013.
- Jeffery, Morgan. "'Being Human' US casts 'Final Destination' star Bobby Campo". Digital Spy. Retrieved September 25, 2012.
- "Bobby Campo's Next Destination Is Syfy's Being Human". Dread Central. Retrieved September 25, 2012.
- "MTV’s “Scream” Series Starring Willa Fitzgerald, Taylor-Klaus, Bobby Campo, Connor Weil and Joel Gretsch". Dread Central. Retrieved September 25, 2012.
- Dances with Films. "The Jazz Funeral". http://www.danceswithfilms.com. Retrieved 11 June 2014.