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Nicholas Campbell

Born: 24 March 1952 (68 years old)
Gender: Male

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Nicholas Campbell is a Canadian actor and filmmaker best known for playing the title role in the Canadian police procedural television series Da Vinci's Inquest, from 1998-2005.


Television Roles

Show

Character

Jason 'Doc' Gifford

Eugene Sandler

Nigel Ellis

George Orston

Chief of Police Wuornos

Chief of Police Wuornos

Chief of Police Wuornos

Freddy Boise

Beckett

Grayson

Buffalo Bill Cody

Russell Beacham

Martin Poole

Martin Poole

Martin Poole

Jay Swarek

Eddie Collins

Toby Clark

Dougie Jackson

Frank Daniels

Alf

LATEST ARTICLES

New on TV today: Tuesday 29 September

Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back returns to BBC Lifestyle.


Game of Love Teasers - October 2020

Preparations for the Shivika wedding go ahead but on the day there are bad omens and a mystery woman.


Mehek 3 Teasers - October 2020

Who is Vandana really????


New! Isono Teasers - September 2020

Introducing the first teasers for BET's new 21h30 novela ahead of its premiere tonight...


Isono Teasers - October 2020

Ever tried to outwit a blackmailer? This is Mary's mission.


7de Laan Teasers - October 2020

Romeo has a hard time and Gabby notices.


Series Review: The Boys Episode 6

This episode felt like: Usher's Confessions song with blown heads, massive penises and shaven heads, who are not necessarily Nazis.


Arendsvlei Teasers - October 2020

New season! Your first look at what to expect from Season 3 ahead of its premiere tonight...


New on TV today: Monday 28 September

Isono: The Sin finally debuts on BET and a run of Downton Abbey starts on BBC Brit.


New on TV today: Sunday 27 September

Wildlife series Dynasties starts on SABC3 and two Battle of Britain docs air on HISTORY.

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