In a career that has spanned 4 continents and 14 countries and more than 150 theatre productions, Ron Campbell has performed everywhere from the streets of Paris to the Royal Albert Hall in London, the Fuji Dome in Japan, the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus in Greece, the Habima Theatre in Israel to the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco.
Ron toured the world as the lead clown in Cirque du Soleil’s Kooza. A Shakespearian actor equally comfortable in One Man shows (R. Buckminster Fuller: The History and Mystery of the Universe, The Thousandth Night, A Tale of Two Cities, Shylock, The Dybbuk, How To Fail, The Bone Man of Benares and Beckett’s Eh Joe.) Mr. Campbell has played everything from Don Quixote, to Richard the Third to Sherlock Holmes. He created “Eddie” for San Francisco’s long running The Speakeasy and Cecil B. DeGrille for Teatro ZinZanni. Mr. Campbell also served as the ringleader/boss clown of the Lone Star Circus and Cirque Joyeux.
In Film Mr. Campbell wrote and starred in the award-winning short film Dunk as well as the independent film Sinker. He appeared with Jack Nicholson in The Witches of Eastwick, Faye Dunaway in Silhouette, Roy Schieder in The Fourth War and Don Johnson in DeadBang. Ron also played various aliens in Babylon 5 and Hypernauts and is the voice of the monster in The Mouse and the Monster.
Among the numerous theatre awards he has received are The London Fringe One Man Show of the Year, The Helen Hayes, Chicago’s Jeff Award, Theatre Bay Area Best Actor and Critics Circle Awards in Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Ron is also the recipient of the Fox Fellowship for Distinguished Achievement in Theatre.
As a poet Ron’s work has appeared in The Versus Poetry Anthology, Truth Serum Press, Mipoesias Poetry Journal, Flutter and Psychic Meatloaf among others. Ron holds a 4th degree black belt in Iaido (Japanese swordsmanship).
For more info on R. Campbell check www.soarfeat.org, and for info on The Tarot of Why visit www.tarotofwhy.com

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