William Campbell was an American actor who appeared in supporting roles in major film productions and also starred in several low-budget B-movies, including two cult horror films. Campbell's movie career began in 1950, with a small part in the John Garfield film, The Breaking Point. After several years of similar supporting performances in a number of films, including as a co-pilot in William Wellman's The High and the Mighty , he won his first starring role in Cell 2455 Death Row , a low-budget prison film for Columbia Pictures. He played a death row inmate, based loosely on the true story...
|Birthdate:||October 30, 1923|
|Birthplace:||Newark, New Jersey|
|Date of death:||April 28, 2011|
|Also known as:||Bill Campbell, William J. Campbell|