Paul Campbell (Canadian actor)

Paul Campbell (born June 22, 1979) is a Canadian actor.

Paul Campbell
Paul Campbell on the red carpet at the CTV Upfront 2014 event.jpg
Paul Campbell on the red carpet at CTV Television Network's 2014 Upfront presentation
Paul Campbell

(1979-06-22) June 22, 1979 (age 42)
Spouse(s)Lorie Metz Campbell

Life and careerEdit

Paul grew up in White Rock, British Columbia, and graduated from Semiahmoo Secondary in 1997.[1]

From 2004 to 2006 he portrayed Billy Keikeya on the reimagined Battlestar Galactica. Campbell's character was a personal assistant to President Laura Roslin.

Campbell made his first foray into comedy in 2005, starring in the Bill Lawrence TV pilot Nobody's Watching, for The WB. The pilot was not picked up to series but gained later notoriety when it was posted to YouTube. He starred in National Lampoon's Bag Boy with Dennis Farina in 2007.

In 2008, Campbell appeared in the romantic comedy Play the Game alongside Andy Griffith, Doris Roberts, Liz Sheridan, and Marla Sokoloff. Campbell played a young ladies' man who teaches his lonely, widowed grandfather how to re-enter the dating world after a 60-year hiatus.

Also in 2008, Campbell, playing "Billy" for the second time co-starred on NBC's Knight Rider reboot.

In March 2009, Campbell was cast in an ABC comedy pilot based on the British series No Heroics, which revolves around four B-list superheroes. He played the leader of the group, Pete, aka Chillout, a Canadian-born superhero who can freeze small objects. The pilot was not picked up by ABC.[2]

In 2010, Campbell starred in the comedy series Almost Heroes alongside series co-creator Ryan Belleville and actors Colin Mochrie, Lauren Ash and Athena Karkanis. The series debuted on Showcase in June 2011, with the finale of the eight-episode first season airing July 21.

Campbell led the cast of the CTV comedy series Spun Out, alongside Dave Foley, Rebecca Dalton, Al Mukadam, Holly Deveaux, J. P. Manoux and Darcy Michael.[3]


Year Film Role Notes
2002 We'll Meet Again Bobby Burke Television film
The Dead Zone Chuck Chattsworth Guest role; 1 episode
2003 John Doe Unshaven Teenager
Black Sash Grant
Peacemakers Tom
Andromeda Lt. Bowlus Guest role; 2 episodes
Battlestar Galactica Billy Keikeya Mini series
2004–2006 Supporting role; 25 episodes
2004 The Perfect Score Guy in Truck (uncredited) Film
Ill Fated Jimmy
2005 The Long Weekend Roger
Severed Tyler
2006 Nobody's Watching Will Television film
Last Call with Carson Daly Himself Guest role; 1 episode
2007 88 Minutes Albert Jackson Film
Bagboy Phil Piedmonstein
2008–2009 Knight Rider Billy Morgan Main role; 18 episodes
2009 Play the Game David Mitchell Film
No Heroics Pete Television film
2010 Bond of Silence Officer Haines
2011 Normal Dr. Tatsciore
Killer Mountain Tyler
The Big Year Tony Film
Almost Heroes Terry Main role; 8 episodes
2012 Supernatural Don Richardson Guest role; 1 episode
2013 Emily Owens M.D. Scott Guest role; 2 episodes
Window Wonderland Jake Dooley Television film
2014–2015 Spun Out Beckett Ryan Main role; 26 episodes
2014 Dirty Singles Jack Film
Preggoland Danny Makerman
Rusty Steel Mike Video
Motive Peter Ward Guest role; 1 episode
2015 Surprised By Love Maxwell Gridley Television film
Soundtrack – Performer
Once Upon a Holiday Jack Langdon
2017 Sun, Sand & Romance Michael Shepard Television film
Man Seeking Woman Guy at Head of Table Guest role; 1 episode
2018 Take Two Galen Eckhart
Home & Family Himself
The Girl in the Bathtub Paul Television film
A Godwink Christmas Gery Conover Television film
2019 The Last Bridesmaid Kyle Television film
Holiday Hearts Dr. Ben Tyler
2020 Wedding Every Weekend Nate Television film
Christmas by Starlight Will Holt
2021 Turner & Hooch Grady Garland Recurring role
The Santa Stakeout Ryan Television film


  1. ^ "The Hero who would have been carpenter". July 22, 2012. Archived from the original on July 22, 2012. Retrieved May 12, 2019.
  2. ^ Nellie Andreeva (March 18, 2009). "Freddie Prinze Jr. cast in "No Heroics"". Reuters. Retrieved March 18, 2009.
  3. ^ "Canada's CTV Orders Dave Foley Comedy 'Spun Out' to Series". The Hollywood Reporter, March 7, 2013.

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