Richie Campbell

Richie Campbell Brief Biography

Richard "Richie" Campbell (born 8 February 1982) is a British actor. He grew up in North London. He is best known for his comedic turn as local bully "Tyrone" in British film Anuvahood and his role of Ndale Kayuni in Waterloo Road, which airs on BBC One. Campbell has won a Screen Nation Award for his portrayal of Dominic Hardy in TV show The Bill. His work has included Breathless, Mid Morning Matters with Alan Partridge, and recurring roles in The Silence and Channel 4 drama Top Boy. As a film actor, Campbell has appeared in Wilderness, The Plague, The Firm, Victim, Fast Girls and Get Lucky. In addition Campbell has done extensive work in West End theatre including, Dirty Butterfly at Young Vic theatre, Lower Ninth at the Donmar Warehouse, Truth and Reconciliation at Royal Court Theatre and most recently playing Tom Robinson alongside Robert Sean Leonard, in To Kill A Mockingbird at Regents Park Open Air Theatre.

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