Net Worth: $2.5 Million
- Birth Place Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S.
- Height 1.92 m
- Full Name William Oliver Campbell
- Nationality American
- Date of Birth July 7, 1959
- Occupation Actor
- Education Fork Union Military Academy
About Billy Campbell
Billy Campbell is an actor from the United States who is seen performing in movies and television shows. He was born in Charlottesville, Virginia on July 7th 1959. Campbell made his wealth of $2.5 Million through his acting career.
Over the years, he has acted in many movies, such as How Sleep the Brave, Call from Space, Dracula, Under the Hula Moon, Menno’s Mind, Gods and Generals, and The Disappeared among others. His career spans between 1982 and present. On the television, Billy has performed in Family Ties, Dynasty, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Crime Story, Moon Over Miami, The Naked Truth, Frasier, The Practice and many others. He started acting on TV much before the movies, in 1973. He played the role of Gordan in The Rookies. Over a long career he has worked in more than 25 movies and 37 television shows. At the age of 53 he is still extremely active.
The most prominent role he has however played is probably that of Rick Sammler in the TV show “Once and Again”. It made him fame. He was nominated for the Best Actor Golden Globe award in a Dramatic Series for this depiction in 2004.
In 2000, Campbell was chosen by People magazine in their list of the 50 most beautiful people in the world. He is extremely keen about rugby. In fact, he has played rugby with the Chicago Lions RFC and the Santa Monica Rugby Club. In 2005, Campbell sailed from Nova Scotia throughout the South Pacific to deliver charitable donations of school essentials, clothing and supplies.