Paul Campbell is Jamaica’s most renowned actor as well as a famous visual artist. His painting is recognized internationally in London, England, Lugano, and Switzerland. He has also done stage plays in Jamaica and New York City.
As of 2022, Paul Campbell's net worth is estimated to be $3 million.
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Famous Name||Paul Campbell|
|Source(s) of Fame||Actor|
|Date of Birth||October 21, 1959|
|Place of Birth||Kingston, Jamaica|
On October 21, 1959, Paul Campbell was born in Kingston 13 Maxfield Avenue, Jamaica. He received his early education from Saint Michael’s primary school.
Paul Campbell continued his higher education at Kington’s college Jamaica, where he began doing Drama and theatre and acted in a Shakespearean play. “Johnny Reggae” was his first drama in the National pantomime where he introduced himself as an actor.
The town where Campbell lived is a Ghetto, where life was full of depression. His mother was always his inspiration who helped him fight depression. She always encouraged him and asked him to explore the world. As he is very lively and wanted to get rid of the depressing environment of his town, he started learning visual art from his teacher Sir Alexander Cooper in Kingston College.
Paul Campbell was 29 when first featured in “The Lunatic.” Dancehall Queen, Third world cop, and Shottas are the most famous movies, which galvanized him in the movie industry. He is also a passionate producer, a voice-over actor, a radio presenter, and a successful entrepreneur.
Mr. Campbell’s leading Jamaican television plays are Final verdict, Entry Denied, Salome, and Country of the one-eyed god. He has performed stage drama for BBC TV named “Catch a fire,” wherein he performed the role of Bogle and acted in Flame Hear and Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice” for international TV screens. He also performed tremendous roles in Checkers, Foreign Mind, Intermission, and White Witch of Rose Hall in theatres. His work is well recognized and applauded in Jamaica and across the Caribbean.
He has won the Jamaican music and movie award for best actor in two consecutive years. At the Media-mix 25th award ceremony, Campbell won a Jamaican academy award named The Doctor Bird Award for excellence in film and drama performance.
Besides acting and painting, he has done several things. Although He grew up by a single parent without his father, his mother was always there for him through every thick and thin and motivated him to lead a good life and explore opportunities. He spends his life in homelessness. He was not much into any relation till now.
On September 22, 2012, he experienced a major heart attack while alone in Florida. He then called in an emergency, where they moved him to the hospital, and he spent several days there.
Mr. Campbell taught MT Vernon High school students in the United States and did many lectures at The Northern Caribbean University.
He loves his homeland and wanted to strengthen the Jamaican movie industry with the help of the Government in the future. In his leisure time, he loves to do painting.
Even though Paul Campbell does not have any social platform account, many fan pages are dedicated to his name.
Paul Campbell has proved himself as one of Jamaica’s leading actors and has been acknowledged worldwide for his contribution to the movie industry. He is known to film fans as a dreadful gangster. He still has a great potential to do much more in his life. His net worth was approximately $3 million in 2021.
Paul Campbell has sometimes been associated with other Actors such as Cameron Bancroft, Marianne Dela Riva, Charlie Robinson, Richard Boone, Aparna, Suzanne Pleshette, Gill Hill, Mary Anne Fahey, and Roxie Roker.