Paul Campbell (Jamaican actor)

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Paul Campbell
Born Jamaica
Occupation actor

Paul Campbell is a Jamaican actor. He is considered Jamaica's most popular actor[1] and had leading roles in films such as Dancehall Queen, The Lunatic, Third World Cop (Capone), Shottas (Madmax) and Out the Gate.[2] In addition to his roles in most modern Jamaican films, he has also acted on stage in Jamaica and on Broadway in New York City. He is also a painter whose works have been exhibited internationally.

Campbell survived cancer, and released a biopic outlining the journey of his life, including homelessness and stardom.[3] "Paul Campbell: The Life and Times of a Jamaican Movie Star," highlights aspects of Campbell's life as he develops as a person and an actor, and gives insights into Jamaican life and culture.

He had a minor role in the 2008 US mainstream film First Sunday.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Paul Campbell (IV) - Biography
  2. ^ Lindo, Dave (17 April 2012). "Paul Campbell tells 'Anancy Stories'". The Gleaner (Jamaica). Retrieved 2 March 2013. 
  3. ^ "Paul Campbell: The Life and Times of a Jamaican Movie Star"
  4. ^ "Paul Campbell unveils one-man play". Jamaica Observer. 30 November 2010. Retrieved 2 March 2013. 

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