John Campbell-Mac is a B.A.F.T.A nominated British producer and actor based in Hollywood. He undertook extensive acting training at 'The City Literature Institute', 'The Impulse theatre Company and 'The Actors Centre' London and has been working regularly for the last 12 years in many movies and TV shows.
JC has starred in several cool British feature films and won numerous awards as a producer, including the BAFTA nominated 'Winner Takes All' which he also wrote. John attended the Cannes film festival in 2009 to help promote three films that he was starring in showing there. Including the multi award winning '45', 'Left Holding Baby' and the political thriller '31 North 62 East' which also stars John Rhys-Davies and Mariner Sirtis.
JC relocated to Hollywood in 2010, as this was the optimum time to take the next step in his career. He is very proud of the totally improv nature of recent TV series 'LA Paranormal' he stars as playboy psychic John London. The film and subsequent TV series was shot with no scripted dialogue in the style of 'This is Spinal Tap' and relied heavily on the skills of the lead actors. He also wrote and produced the hit-man comedy 'Hit The Big Time' which was filmed in Hollywood, Las Vegas, London and Utah.
JC has been working solidly, a few highlights were booking thriller 'Visible Scars' with Tom Sizemore and psychological thriller 'You Kill Me'. Also filming back to back action features 'Crossroads' and 'Meaning'. He shared some steamy scenes in gangster feature 'Call Me King' with sexy Chinese actress Bai Ling and is now working with respected Hollywood director James Van Alden playing the lead role of Charles Burns in 'Star Power'.
John has joined the cast of the outstanding American pre-revolution Courage New Hampshire with season 1 airing on cable network INSP from memorial day and news of season 2 coming soon. John is involved in the development and production of several feature films and TV productions including Lunchbox, Girl Samuri and Artifact Red.
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