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Christian Campbell

Birth Date: May 12, 1972 / Age: 41
Birth Place: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Also Credited as: Chris Campbell

Biography: Christian Bethune Campbell (born on May 12, 1972) is a Toronto, Canada-born actor and the older brother of actress Neve Campbell.

He is most famous for playing the gay character "Gabriel" in the movie Trick. He has also acted in numerous other television series and films. Campbell played the recast Bobby Warner on All My Children, replacing Brian Gaskill for the role after a seven year absence from 2004 to 2005.

On stage his work includes the Jonathan Larson musical Tick, Tick... BOOM!, which he has played on a National Tour of America and in London at the Menier Chocolate Factory (July - September 2005).

His younger siblings are Neve Campbell, Damian Campbell and Alex Campbell.

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Older brother of Neve Campbell.

Co-founded Los Angeles-based theatre company Blue Sphere Alliance

Has two younger brothers, Damien and Alex Campbell.

His parents are Gerry Campbell and Marnie Neve.

His character "Jimmy Harper" from Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical (2005) (TV) is actually quoted to be the same height as he is in real life: 5' 9".

He will produce a play in which his sister, Neve, will make her New York Stage Debut, this fall (2005). Michael Weller's play, "Loose Ends." Austin Pendleton is the director. Christian will produce through his company, Rebellion Productions, LLC.

Ex-brother-in-law of Jeff Colt.

In 1999, Campbell created the role of Jimmy in the stage version for which he won the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Lead Performance.

Received a "Special Civil Rights Award" at City Hall in New York City on June 23, 2005.

Is a partner of Rebellion Productions LLC.


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