Jamie Campbell is a nationally touring stand-up comedian, screenwriter, and actor. As a comedian, his solo performances have garnered praise from critics and audiences alike. A reviewer recently called his show, Big Dad Energy, "possibly the most positive stand-up act in existence." A veteran of over 30 comedy and Fringe festivals, his performances have earned numerous accolades including "Best of Fringe" honors in Kansas City and Tucson, "Best Stand-up or Variety Performance" by San Antonio's Bexar Stage, and Chicago's "Best Stand-Up Comedian" by The Chicago Reader. His album, Tell Me You’re Proud of Me, debuted at #1 on Amazon’s comedy charts.
Jamie's film and television work includes appearances on NBC's Chicago Fire and Pop TV's Hollywood Darlings, and a starring role in the cult favorite webseries Lunch and Learn. Earlier this year, he received the award for "Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film" at the Sunny Side Up Film Festival for his role in Millennial With A Cane. He has shared the stage or worked on projects with countless legendary names in comedy and entertainment, including Damon Wayans, Hannibal Buress, Cameron Esposito, Oscar Isaac, Chris Redd, Scott Adsit, Ty Burrell, Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Alicia Keys, Tech N9ne, and Dana Carvey.
His feature screenplay, Call Me Thor, has received numerous accolades, including being named "Best Feature Screenplay" at a handful of festivals throughout the United States. His pilot, Gary Wakes Up took first prize at the Lit Laughs International Comedy Film Festival, and his horror short Dead, Baby received first prize at this year's Fade In Awards. His short script, Mourning Sickness is currently being produced by V-Pac Productions in the United Kingdom.
Jamie is represented for film & commercial acting by Moxie Talent Agency in Kansas City, MO.