Canadian-born actor Paul Campbell began his career at the age of 23 and had his first break shortly after when he was cast as a regular in Syfy’s critically acclaimed series “Battlestar Galactica.”
Campbell’s early success led to his landing roles on NBC’s “Knight Rider” and Showcase’s “Almost Heroes.” He then led the cast of the CTV comedy series “Spun Out,” alongside Dave Foley and Rebecca Dalton. Since then, Campbell has gone on to build a long body of work in broadcast and cable television, including starring roles in popular Hallmark Channel original movies including “Christmas by Starlight,” which he also wrote; “Wedding Every Weekend;” “The Last Bridesmaid;” “Surprised by Love” and “Sun, Sand & Romance. For Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, Campbell has starred in “Hearts of Christmas” and “A Godwink Christmas.” Most recently for Hallmark Channel, Campbell starred in “Dating the Delaneys” and “The Santa Stakeout. He was also in “Turner & Hooch” on Disney+ and has appeared in ABC’s “Take Two” with Rachel Bilson and Eddie Cibrian.
Campbell’s expanding list of writing credits for Hallmark Channel includes “Christmas at Castle Hart,” “An Unexpected Christmas” and, most recently, “Moriah’s Lighthouse.”
In addition to his television roles, Campbell has worked alongside luminaries in feature films, including 88 Minutes, opposite Al Pacino and Alicia Witt, The Big Year with Steve Martin and Jack Black, and Dirty Singles, which was nominated for the ACTRA and Canadian Screen Awards.