John Campbell-Mac

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John Campbell-Mac (born in Canning Town, East London, England and is an actor and producer based in Hollywood, California.

John Campbell-Mac
Born
John Campbell-Mac

1973
NationalityBritish
OccupationActor, screenwriter, film producer
Years active1995–present

Early lifeEdit

John Campbell-Mac was brought up by his grand parents William and Mary Campbell. The family moved from Canning Town in East London to Colchester in Essex when John was the age of 5. After being bullied as a child he was encouraged by his grandfather to take up boxing and boxed for the Castle Colchester Boxing Club. He won the award for best prospect in his first competitive season and later became club champion eventually moving back to London to forward his career.

His acting talent first came to the attention of his school teachers where he was given regularly main character in school plays and later in amateur theatre productions. Upon leaving school, he worked in construction, as a physical fitness instructor, model, dancer and as a professional boxer and continued his training in martial arts including Muay Thai (Thai boxing), karate and taekwondo.

He trained at the City Literature Institute, the Impulse Theatre Company and the Actors' Centre, London. After moving to Hollywood in 2010 he worked with Ivana Chubbuck Studio, Marjie Haber and Bob Corf.

CareerEdit

John Campbell-Mac has been working consistently as an actor since 1995 in many leading and supporting roles. He is often cast as a lovable rogue, tough guy but is at his best when playing comedy.

He has appeared in many films, including 31 North 62 East alongside John Rhys-Davies and Marina Sirtis, "Visible Scars" with Tom Sizemore and Hit The Big Time with Jason Lee Hyde.

He received positive reviews for the movie Winner Takes All where he acted in the lead role, a film he also wrote and produced. The film was nominated for a BAFTA Award, and was included in the official selection for over 40 festivals worldwide.

John attended the Cannes Film Festival in 2009 to help promote three films that he was starring in showing there, including the multi award-winning 45 and Left Holding Baby and the political thriller 31 North 62 East.

He relocated to Hollywood in 2010 although he still has a base in London.

He wrote and produced the TV series Futch Tube and played one of the leading roles in the improv TV series L.A Paranormal for Koldcast TV. He also played the lead in the comedy Hit the Big Time filmed in Hollywood, Las Vegas, London and Utah. He played in a British gangster feature Butterflies and Bullets.

John puts in an appearance at the start of his brother Chico Slimani's music video (Curvy Cola Bottle Body) as a journalist. He also appears as a comedy fighter in the Professor Green video "A Hard Night Out".

FilmographyEdit

ProducerEdit

  • 2004: Winner Takes All (producer)
  • 2007: Left Holding Baby (executive producer) (producer)
  • 2009: Three Pints of Beer (2009) (producer)
  • 2009: 45 (producer)
  • 2009: A Geek Walks into a Pub (producer)
  • 2009: Hit the Big Time (2009) (producer)
  • 2011: Futch Tube (TV series, producer)
  • 2021 Green Rush The Ultimate Strain (Producer)

WriterEdit

  • 2004: Winner Takes All (writer)
  • 2007: Left Holding Baby (writer)
  • 2009: Three Pints of Beer (screenplay)
  • 2009: A Geek Walks into a Pub (screenplay)
  • 2009: Hit the Big Time (screenplay)
  • 2011: 'Futch Tube' (Writer) (Screenplay)
  • 2011: L.A Paranormal (Screenplay)
  • 2021 Green Rush The Ultimate Strain (Writer)

ActorEdit

  • 1995: Porkpie .... Jo (TV series, in episode "Why Me")
  • 1997: Family Affairs .... Troy (TV series, 1 episode)
  • 1998: Hale and Pace .... Roger the Lover (TV series, 1 episode)
  • 2000: London's Burning .... Rico (TV series, 1 episode)
  • 2002: Baddiel & Skinner Unplanned .... Viking (TV, 1 episode)
  • 2004: Winner Takes All .... Stranger
  • 2004: Audition .... John
  • 2005: New Town Original .... Pete/Bodybuilder
  • 2005: Hell to Pay .... Mike-stripper
  • 2006: fIXers .... Klaus
  • 2006: Are You Ready for Love? .... Mick
  • 2007: Left Holding Baby .... Dad
  • 2007: Stagknight .... Wolf
  • 2008: Ten Dead Men .... Parker
  • 2009: Three Pints of Beer .... Old Man
  • 2009: 45 .... Jaden
  • 2009: 31 North 62 East (also known as Too Close to the Truth) .... Private Frank Matthews
  • 2009: A Geek Walks into a Pub .... Geek
  • 2009: Scaranna .... James
  • 2009: Hit the Big Time .... Cooper
  • 2010: You Kill Me .... Bill
  • 2011: 1000 Ways to Die .... Bar room Brawler
  • 2011: Crossroads .... The Englishman
  • 2011: Visible Scars .... James Photographer
  • 2011: Futch Tube .... Mac (TV series in 4 episodes "Straight Shooter", "Shaken, Not...", "The Pilot" in 2 parts)
  • 2011: L.A Paranormal .... John London
  • 2012: Spanners .... Harry Anderson
  • 2012: Courage, New Hampshire ...Captain Daniel Cressey
  • 2013: Star Power ...Charles Burns
  • 2013: Crossroads ...The Englishman
  • 2013 Stay in the Car ... Jack
  • 2013 Futch Tube …. Mac (TV series in 2 episodes “Bring on the babes” & “The killer cold”
  • 2014 British Hustle …. Inspector Bradley Pooper
  • 2014 Get Down …. Inspector Bradley Pooper / Himself (Music Video)
  • 2015 The Bouncer …. Danny Martin
  • 2015 The Immigration Game …. Hugh
  • 2016 Amateurs …. Coach
  • 2016 The Irrelevant …. The Captain
  • 2016 The Life of Riley …. Daniel Cressy
  • 2016 A Million Dead Presidents …. Gaggee Barks
  • 2016 3riple B …. Hank
  • 2017 CAll Me King …. Tuggs
  • 2017 General Hospital (TV series 2 episodes) Kidnapper
  • 2017 Whacksaw Fridge …. Sugar Tits
  • 2018 Dunsingin …. Commander Cowell
  • 2018 Star Power …. Charles Burn
  • 2018 Rusty Pipes (Music Video) Will the Wheeler Dealer
  • 2018 Meaning of Violence …. Kerwick
  • 2018 Black Coffee …. Colin
  • 2019 My Favourite Muff …. The Queen
  • 2019 Head in a bag …. Colin
  • 2020 Hot Like Hell …. Philip
  • 2020 Get Your Gonads …. Gary’s Son
  • 2021 Green Rush The Ultimate Strain …. Cooper

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