stars in Enough as a villain hiding under the guise of a loving, charming
For his role opposite
Sela Ward in the critically hailed drama, "Once and Again," Campbell
has been recognized with a a 1999 Golden Globe nomination for BPBATD and a
People's Choice Award for Best Male Performer in a New Series.
His film roles include
"The Rocketeer," "Gettysburg," "Brylcream Boys,"
"Lover's Not," "The Night We Never Met" and "Bram
On television, Campbell
has been seen as Moses in the epic mini-series "In The Beginning,"
co-starring Martin Landau and Jacqueline Bissett and delivered memorable
performances in Armistead Maupin's trilogy, "Tales of the City,"
"More Tales of the City," and "Further Tales of the City."
Campbell made his
television debut as a guest star in the series "Tics" and
"Hotel" before becoming a series regular in the long-running primetime
drama "Dynasty." His other TV credits include a series regular in NBC's
"Crime Story" and the lead on ABC's "Moon Over Miami." He
also co-starred in the Armistead Maupin sequels "More Tales of the
City" and "Further Tales of the City."
Among his stage
credits, Campbell starred in "Fortinbras," for which he received a
l996 Ovation Award, as well as "Backbone of America,"
"Hamlet" and "Guys and Dolls."
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