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Paul Campbell

Born June 22, 1979 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Paul Campbell is a Jamaican actor. He is considered Jamaica's most popular actor and is best known for starring in films such as Dancehall Queen, Third World Cop and Shottas. In addition to his roles in most modern Jamaican films, he has also acted on stage in Jamaica and on Broadway in New York City. He is also a talented painter whose works have been exhibited internationally.

Campbell recently overcame a battle with cancer and has released a biopic outlining the journey of his life, a journey that included stardom and homelessness. "Paul Campbell: The Life and Times of a Jamaican Movie Star," highlights aspects of Campbell's life as he develops as a person and an actor. It also gives insights into Jamaican life and culture that many will find intriguing.

Campbell earned acclaim in his debut title role in the film The Lunatic, a film that has now become a comedic classic.

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