|Richie Campbell Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 11 in|
|Date of Birth||February 8, 1982|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Richie Campbell is a British actor, voice actor, theatre artist, and producer who is known for playing Dominic Hardy in the ITV police procedural series The Bill, Sergeant Joseph Nightingale in the period crime drama television series The Frankenstein Chronicles, Liam Sutcliffe in the thriller television series Liar, Viv in the children’s science fiction series Eve, Detective Sergeant Glenn Branson in the crime drama series Grace, and Ndale Kayuni in the BBC One drama series Waterloo Road. He has also been cast in a variety of films such as Wilderness, The Plague, The Firm, Anuvahood, Victim, Sket, Yesterday’s Tomorrow, The Pick Up, Illegal Activity, Fast Girls, The Intent, Get Lucky, Montana, Anti-Social, Blue Story, Gangsters Gamblers Geezers, Thomas & Friends: Big World! Big Adventures!, Nadia, The Last Photograph, and Tango One.
Hackney, London, England, United Kingdom
Actor, Voice Actor, Producer, Theatre Artist
Richie Campbell has been signed with –
- A P M Associates, Talent Agency, Borehamwood, England, United Kingdom
- AHA Talent, London, England, United Kingdom
5 ft 11 in or 180.5 cm
75 kg or 165.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Richie Campbell Facts
- He was cast as a local bully named Tyrone in the 2011 urban comedy film Anuvahood.
- In 2013, Richie Campbell brought to life the character of Ndale Kayuni (a maintenance assistant and Audrey’s fiancé) in the school drama television series Waterloo Road.
- He played Dominic in the 2015 Hungarian-British crime film Anti-Social.
- Alongside Stephen Odubola, Micheal Ward, Eric Kofi-Abrefa, Khali Best, Karla-Simone Spence, Jo Martin, and Junior Afolabi Salokun, Richie Campbell co-starred as Tyrone in the 2019 musical crime drama film Blue Story.
- He has done voiceover work for video games like Alien: Isolation, Brink, Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2, Stories Untold, and Nioh.
- In 2021, Richie started appearing as DS Glenn Branson in the television crime drama series Grace. His co-stars for the project included John Simm, Rakie Ayola, Laura Elphinstone, Amaka Okafor, Brad Morrison, Craig Parkinson, and Adrian Rawlins.
Featured Image by Richie Campbell / Instagram