Ron Campbell


Ron CambellRon Campbell (Guy de Bonheur, The Thousandth Night) made his living as a street performer in Europe and then returned to Los Angeles where he played leading roles with such theatres as the Actors’ Gang, the Los Angeles Theatre Center, and the Mark Taper Forum. For The Thousandth Night, Ron received the London Fringe One-man Show of the Year Award, the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award, The Bay Area Critic’s Circle Award for Solo Performance, and a Nomination for the Helen Hayes Award in Washington D.C. 

Ron’s other one man shows include R. Buckminster Fuller, The History and Mystery of the Universe (Bay Area Critics Circle Award, Jeff Award Nomination, Chicago), The Bone Man of Benares, Shylock, and A Tale of Two Cities. Other favorites include the eponymous roles in Richard the Third, Cyrano de Bergerac, Tartuffe, The Imaginary Invalid, The Inspector General, and Herod in Salome

Now celebrating his 28th year as a professional actor, Ron has performed in such theatres as The Seattle Repertory Theatre, The Habima Theatre (Israel), The Mercury Theatre (Chicago), The Old Globe, The Old Red Lion Theatre (London), The Metro Stage (Washington D.C.), The Intiman Theatre (Seattle), and the Edinburgh, Telluride and California Theatre Festivals. Since relocating to San Francisco, where he has performed at such theatres as The American Conservatory Theatre, The Aurora Theatre, and Theatre Artaud, Ron has become an Associate Artist of The California Shakespeare Theatre (A Comedy of Errors, Much Ado About Nothing, Merry Wives of Windsor, The Tempest, and Henry IV) and teaches at The Berkeley Repertory School of Theatre. Ron has been performing the lead role in San Francisco’s famed Teatro Zinzanni.

June, 2007