Christian Campbell is poised for stardom, holding lead roles in upcoming productions on both stage and screen.

Christian recently completed filming "The Pianoman's Daughter" opposite Stockard Channing (a wonderful actress).  Directed and produced by  Kevin Sullivan, Whoopi Goldberg is serving as executive producer on this story that spans three generations of an Irish immigrant family who are afflicted with multi-generational epilepsy.  Christian plays Charlie Kilworth, a young man who painfully examines the life of his epileptic mother (Ms. Channing), and the impact it has on his own life.

For the small screen, Christian has joined the cast of Darren Star's new FOX pilot, "The Street" opposite Adam Goldberg, debuting November 1st.  The show is about the competition of life on Wall Street.

He recently starred in Fine Line Feature's hit comedy, "trick" opposite Tori Spelling and John Paul Pitoc (an extremely talented newcomer to the big screen), directed by Jim Fall, portraying a gay man who spends one long night searching for a place to be alone with a muscle-boy go-go dancer he has picked up on a subway.

Proving his versatility, Christian recently starred in the musical comedy, "Reefer Madness", an adaptation of the cult classic film of the same title.   Christian portrayed the lead role of 'Jimmy', a young, clean-cut teenager who falls in with a crowd of depraved "reefer fiends"  and quickly descends into a world of violence and sex.
Official Bio /Bio Officielle
"Reefer Madness" picked up 6 Ovation Awards, including Best Musical, and is presently nominated for several L.A. Drama Critics Circle Nods, including his worthiness for "Lead Performance".

Christian also co-produced and co-starred with his sister, Neve, in the independent comedy, "Hair Shirt" which was screened at last year's Toronto Film Festival.   Additionally, he has completed work on "Next TIme" which won the 1998 Discovery Award and Best FIlm in 16MM at the Hollywood Film Festival.

For televison, Christian's credits include William Shatner's "Tek War",  Aaron Spelling's "Malibu Shores", a starring role in the NBC thriller, "I've Been Waiting For You"  opposite Sarah Chalke, and NBC's miniseries, "Seduced by Madness". 

In 1997, Christian Campbell acquired the Lexington Theater in Los Angeles.  He then founded its resident theater company, "The Blue Sphere Alliance", where he held the lead role in "Nagasaki Dust" which ganered a Theatre L.A. Award nomination.  Christian also made his stage directing debut to critical acclaim with William Rehor's "Reach" starring Matthew Lillard.

Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Christian began acting at the age of six in Scottish "pantos" and other productions directed by his father, a drama teacher.  His professional stage debut at age 12 was in the role of "Nick" in Herb Gardner's  "A Thousand Clowns"  for the Annex Stage Dinner Theater.   Christian studied at the Claude Watson School for Performing Arts, and it was during that time that he began an ongoing role in the popular Canadian series, "Degrassi Junior High".