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Alexi Kaye Campbell

Alexi Kaye Campbell

Alexi Kaye Campbell (born: Alexi Komondouros) was born in Athens, Greece in 1966 to a Greek father and a British mother. Campbell was raised in Athens and attended Greek primary school and the British International school..  He traveled to the U.S. and studied at Boston University, graduating with a degree in English and American Literature, then moved to London to study acting at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art.
He trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Campbell worked as an actor for 20 years and then returned to the writing he had given up to focus on acting and became a playwright.

Campbell's partner is English theatre director and playwright Dominic Cooke, they live in Acton, West London, England.

Possession~2002 - Auction Director
Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace~1999 - Naboo Guard (right)
The First 9 1/2 Weeks~1998 (as Alexei Kaye Campbell) - Harlan

Film Writer
Woman in Gold~2015 (written by)

God on Trial~2008 - Doctor
Coronation Street~2005 - Paul Riley in: 1.6157/58
Jericho~2005 - Jules in The Killing of Johnny Swan
Voyages of Discovery~2006 (doc) - Himself in The Figure of Earth
Planespotting~2005 - Samaras
Waking the Dead~2004 - Graham Penn in The Hardest Word Parts 1 & 2
Mile High~2001 - Miguel in 2.3
Agatha Christie: Poirot~2001 - Joseph Mercado in Murder in Mesopotamia
Metropolis~2000 - David Manning 1.1-1.5
A Touch of Frost~1999 - Richie Dearne in Keys to the Car
The Bill~1998 - Hamish in Puzzled
Bugs~1998 - Grey (as Alexi Kaye-Campbell) in Hell and High Water
The Vanishing Man~1998 - Alan Page in Out on a Limb
Highlander~1997 - Dice in Black Tower

Twelfth Night~2011 - Sir Andrew Aguecheek (Oxford Stage Company, London, UK)
Big Love~2006 - Constantine (The Gate, )
Catch~2006 - Dean Graham (Royal Court Upstairs, London, UK)
Midsummer Night's Dream, A~2004 - Oberon/Theseus (Derby Playhouse, Derby, UK)
Midnight's Children~2003 - Methwold/Zagallo/Priest/Brigadier (Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK; His Majesty's Theater, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK)
Genoa 01~2002 - reader/contributor (Royal Court Theatre, London, UK)
Arcadia~2002 - Ezra Chater (Royal Theatre, Northampton; Salisbury, UK)
Seagull, The~2001 - Medvedenko (Northampton Royal, Northampton, UK)
Tropical Tree~2001 - Mother Ritsuko (Lyric Studio Hammersmith, London, UK)
A Woman of No Importance~2000 - Mr. Kelvil (Royal Exchange Manchester, Manchester, UK)
Round and Round the Garden (part of the Norman Conquests trilogy)~1999 - Tom (Wolsey Ipswich, UK)
Hostage, The~1994-1995 - Rio Rita (Barbican Theatre, London, UK)
The Venetian Twins~1994-1995 - Alfonso (Barbican Theatre, London, UK; Royal Shakespeare company: The Swan Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK)
Hamlet~1993 - Claudius (Natural Edge Theatre Company, Theatre Museum, London, UK)

Much Ado About Nothing~ - Don John (Ludlow Festival Theatre, Ludlow, UK)
Mad For Love~ - Laurencio (Riverside Studios, London, UK)
School for Scandal, The~ - Snake (Chichester Festival Theatre, Sussex, UK)
Murder in the Cathedral~ - Second Tempter/Second Knight (Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK)
Elgar's Rondo~ - Archie (Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK)
Tempest, The~ - Spirit (Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK)
Kes~ - Jud/Mr. Gryce (English Theatre of Paris, Paris, FR)
Scene, The~ - Alan (Man in the Moon, London, UK)
Lovers, The~ - (Live Theatre, Newcastle, )

Theatre Playwright
Sunset at the Villa Thalia~2016
Bracken Moor~2014
The Faith Machine~2011 (see Actor Connections - Film)
The Pride~2008 (Campbell's first play)

Awards, Honors, and Nominations
Critics' circle Theatre Award:
Rec'd 2009 Most Promising Playwright
GLAAD Media Award:
Rec'd 2011 Outstanding New York Theater: Broadway and Off-Broadway
John Whiting Award:
Nom 2009 for Apologia
Rec'd 2008 for The Pride
Writers Guild Awards:
Nom 2009 Best Theatre Play for Apologia

Created a week of plays called PIIGS (acronym for: Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece, and Spain) which would focus on the crises affecting these Eurozone Countries.

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