Alan Campbell is an American actor who grew up in He was born in the USA on April 22, 1957, in Homestead, Florida. Homestead, Florida. Campbell attended Tulane University and earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Miami.

Audrey Carolyn Griner was Alan’s mother, and Edward John Campbell was his father. Our efforts to learn more about his parents’ careers and backgrounds were fruitless. It is due to the lack of such information. We’ll keep you updated as soon as we have more information.

Aundrey Carolyn Griner’s son, Alan Campbell’s wife

From 1987 to 1990, Alan was married to Nova Ball, a well-known actress. Nova Gayle Ball is an American actress born on May 18, 1958, in California. Ball grew up as the daughter of guitar string manufacturer Ernie Ball and began her career in 1978 with a small role in the crime series Kojak – Einsatz in Manhattan. 

Actor, Alan Campbell
Actor, Alan Campbell
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Alan wedded Lauren Kennedy, his second wife, on October 10, 1999, after a few years apart. Lauren Kennedy was born and educated in Raleigh, North Carolina, and received her high school diploma from Needham Broughton in 1991.

Riley Rose Campbell, the couple’s daughter, shared responsibility after their split. The Lauren Kennedy and Campbell Theatrical debuted on April 24, 2008, providing a space for a thriving film department at Barton College, a small liberal arts school in Wilson, North Carolina.

Edward John Campbell’s son’s Career

After starring alongside John Ritter in the short-lived Three’s Company spin-off, Campbell rose to prominence. Further, in Three’s a Crowd, he portrayed E.Z. Taylor, Jack Tripper’s “surfing dude” café trainee cook.

On the CBS crime drama Jake and the Fatman, he represented Assistant District Attorney Derek Mitchell for five seasons alongside William Conrad and Joe Penny. He’s been in episodes of The Facts of Life, Matlock, All My Children, Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU, Homicide: Life on the Street.

"Joe Penny, William Conrad and Alan Campbell in the TV series "Jake and the Fatman" (1987-92)"
“Joe Penny, William Conrad and Alan Campbell in the TV series “Jake and the Fatman” (1987-92)” (Photo By: Twitter)

Alan also performed in Susan Stroman’s Tony Award-winning opera Connection, which premiered at the Vivian Beaumont Lyceum in Lincoln Center in 2000 and was aired by PBS on September 1, 2002, as part of its Live from Lincoln Center series.

His most recent Theatrical performance was as Sam Carmichael in the smash show Mamma Mia!, which he played from 2014 until September 2015.

Adrift in Macao, Book of Days, Avow, and Hello Again are among his Off-Broadway credits. Campbell has appeared in plays of Race, Death and the Maiden, 12 Angry Men, Hay Fever, Of Thee I Sing, Oleanna, Beauty and the Beast, Johnny Guitar, Bells Are Ringing, On Shiloh Hill.

 Actor Alan Campbell’s net worth

Alan has worked in the movie business for almost three decades. He has undoubtedly accumulated a vast fortune, mostly from his professional movie skills. Despite his apparent wealth, he likes to live a simple life. Campbell has an estimated net worth of 15 million dollars as of 2021.

It includes his assets, money, and income. However, the intricacies of his financial statements are still being investigated, making determining his actual net worth unclear.