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Bill Campbell

Highest Rated:   80% Gettysburg (1993)
Lowest Rated:   78% Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)
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Birthplace:   Charlottesville, Virginia, USA
Initially winning fame for his role as Luke Fuller on Dynasty from 1984 to 1985, Bill Campbell went on to a career mainly comprised of television roles, but including the occasional foray into film as well. The oldest of seven children, Campbell was born in Charlottesville, Virginia on July 7, 1959. After making his TV debut on Dynasty, he gained a substantial role in Abel Ferrara's made-for-TV Crime Story and appeared in a number of forgettable films. In 1991, he won notice for his title role in The Rocketeer, and the following year had a supporting part in Bram Stoker's Dracula. However, he continued to do his best work on TV, appearing in the acclaimed PBS series Tales of the City (1993) and its 1998 sequel More Tales of the City as the gay gynecologist lover of one of the show's protagonists. In 1999, he could again be seen on television, starring opposite Sela Ward on the series Once and Again. The credits listed him as "Billy Campbell;" the actor has also been credited in the past as "William Campbell." In 2002 Campbell had the tables turned on him as a menacing husband whose wife (portrayed by pop-diva Jennifer Lopez) takes the situation into her own hands in Enough.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Revolution
  • Actor
2009
No Score Yet Philly Hoops: The SPHAs and the Warriors
  • Narrator
2003
No Score Yet The Brylcreem Boys
  • Miles Keogh
1997
No Score Yet Brylcreem Boys
  • Actor
1997
No Score Yet The Cold Equations
  • Executive Producer
1996
80% Gettysburg
  • Lieutenant Pitzer
1993
78% Bram Stoker's Dracula
  • Quincey P. Morris
1992
No Score Yet Checkered Flag
  • Actor
1990

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT
No Score Yet Star Trek: The Next Generation
1987-1994
  • Capt. Thaduin Okona
70% The Killing
2011-2014
  • Darren Richmond
No Score Yet Frasier
1993-2004
  • Guest
No Score Yet Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
1999
  • Ron Polikoff

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