Christine Campbell

Christine has been acting in and producing theater & film for many years…most recent projects: roles in Kevin Tran’s feature, The Dark End of the Street, and Onur Tukel’s The Misogynists, starring Dylan Baker which debuted at the 2017 HIFF. She also co-produced/acted in the award winning short We Remember which has appeared in over 32 festivals.

Stage credits include: Gretchen in Goethe’s FAUST and Laurence Holder’s musical JUBA (La MaMa E.T.C.); original cast member of Joseph Papp’s Black/Hispanic Shakespeare Company (JULIUS CAESAR and CORIOLANUS with Morgan Freeman); Ray Ramirez’s musical MONDONGO, directed by Dean Irby, Woodie King & Joseph Papp, co-producers; EnGarde Arts site specific production of Charles Mee’s ANOTHER PERSON IS A FOREIGN COUNTRY directed by Ann Bogarde.

Christine is a winner of two Vivian Robinson AUDELCO Awards for Excellence in Black Theatre (1999, Best Supporting Actress, Tracy S. Wilson’s EXHIBIT #9; 2000, Best Lead Actress, Judi Ann Mason’s INDIGO BLUES).

Other credits include in recurring episodes in TMC’s Mr. Robot, NBC’s The Blacklist, and Marc Meyer’s How He Fell in Love with TBG’s own Amy Hargreaves and Seth Barrish.

As a member of The Barrow Group community since 1997, she has worked on many new full-length/one-act plays, 48-hour-film festivals, as well her most gratifying project to date: writing/directing/editing her first short film, through Lorrel Manning’s Filmmaking for Actors class. She also frequents master classes with TBG’s Seth Barrish and enjoys collaborations with established filmmakers as well as directing candidates at NYU, Columbia and Brooklyn College MFA programs.

NFT Credits

Credit Type Production Season
Actor Trial of Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. 1983-84 Season
Actor The Conjure Man Dies 2000-01 Season
Actor Mondongo 1975-76 Season