Greg Campbell is an acclaimed actor, singer, director, and writer based in Toronto. In his 36 years as an actor, he has appeared in fifteen productions with VideoCabaret in such roles as Prime Ministers John A. MacDonald, Alexander Mackenzie, and Robert Borden (The Confederation Project, Trudeau and the FLQ, Life and Times of Mackenzie King, The Great War, and The War of 1812 (co-production with Stratford Festival)), and has been nominated four times for a Dora Award for Best Ensemble.
Other theatre: OUT (Big Bappis/Buddies); Oleanna and Educating Rita (Theatre and Company, Kitchener); Twelfth Night (Direct Flight/Gromkat); Dial “M” For Murder, Wait Until Dark, and An Inpsector Calls (Classic Theatre Festival); Man In Chair in The Drowsy Chaperone, Mary Poppins, and The Secret Garden (Globe Theatre); Morgan in The Drawer Boy (Bruce County Playhouse); Amadeus (Theatre Aquarius); The Mystery of Irma Vep (Sudbury Theatre Centre); Monique in The Mother’s Saint (Theatre Passe Muraille); Suzie Goo: Private Secretary, Tales of the Parkside (Buddies). Film and TV: Mrs. America, Departure, American Woman, 3 episodes of Mayday, Cardinal, The Kennedys, Queer As Folk. Greg wrote his first play, the one-man, multi-character OUT; it was first a Fringe hit and was then remounted at Buddies in Bad Times. He is currently workshopping a sequel to OUT called Hold Off the Earth Awhile. Upcoming: The Cold War with VideoCabaret.