Alan Campbell grew up in Homestead, Florida the son of a third generation farming family, and attended Tulane University and the University of Miami, graduating with a BA in business. Alan shares a daughter, Riley, with former wife, actress Lauren Kennedy.
On Broadway: Alan is currently playing the role of Sam Carmichael in Broadway's hit musical, Mamma Mia!. He received a 1995 Tony Award nomination for Best Actor in a Musical for his performance as Joe Gillis in Sunset Boulevard opposite Glenn Close, Betty Buckley, and Elaine Paige. He also received the Drama-Logue Award for his performance in Sunset Boulevard's American Premiere in Los Angeles. Alan starred in Susan Stroman's 2000 Tony Award winning musical, Contact at Lincoln Center.
Off-Broadway: Chris Durang's Adrift In Macao, Lanford Wilson's Book Of Days at the Signature Theater and in the regional premiere of Book Of Days at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Hartford Stage. He also starred Off-Broadway in AVOW, by Bill C. Davis.
Other theatrical credits include David Mamet's, Race, Death and The Maiden, 12 Angry Men, Noel Coward's Hay Fever at San Diego's Old Globe, Oleanna, Beauty and the Beast, Johnny Guitar, the Kennedy Center's revival of Bell's Are Ringing, Of Thee I Sing at Chicago's Symphony Space, the Ford's Theatre production of On Shiloh Hill, Boogie Woogie Rumble of a Dream Deferred at the Urban Arts Corps in New York, Breakfast at Tiffany's at the St Louis MUNY and productions of I Love My Wife and Larry Shue's The Nerd.
Feature films include Weekend Warriors; Bump in the Night; Tom, Dick and Harry, and Universal's A Simple Wish with Martin Short and Kathleen Turner.
On television, he co-starred for 5 seasons with Bill Conrad and Joe Penny on CBS's Jake and the Fatman. He also co-starred with John Ritter as surfer "E.Z. Taylor", on ABC's Three's a Crowd, "Evan Grant" on NBC's Another World, "Dr. Ellis Marshall" on All My Children, Contact - "Live From Lincoln Center" on PBS, and in Red Flag, a CBS Movie of the Week. Alan has guest starred on numerous television shows including, Law and Order, Homicide: Life on the Streets, Facts of Life, Throb, Matlock and award winning Web Series, Submissions Only and Then We Got Help.
His recordings include Sunset Boulevard, Adrift In Macao, "ABC" A Tribute to Adler, Bock and Coleman and The Best of Andrew Lloyd Webber on Polygram.
Alan is an originating member of the Broadway Tenors with Brent Barrett and Brian d'Arcy James. He has sung at the White House and performed for three U.S Presidents. Alan is a Founding Director of Theatre Raleigh/Hot Summer Nights in Raleigh North Carolina and a founding member of H.O.L.A. (Heart of Los Angeles) Youth Theatre, providing an artistic outlet and guidance to inner-city children.