Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Now Recording: Steve Campbell



There's something very special about Steve Campbell. Perhaps it's his stunningly handsome looks that seems to attract directors from all forms of media. Or maybe it's Steve's boyish smile that reels in the audiences. But I think it's the twinkle. Steve Campbell really does have one of those, not just in his blue eyes, but in his personality as well.

Steve has appeared in two videos to promote my projects at Straight to Audio Productions and is scheduled to work on a third. He also served as narrator in Yikes! Another Quirky Audio Book http://www.yikesaudiobook.com. This week, Steve returns to the studio to record the voice of Old Doc Pinkerton in Gadzooks! A Comically Quirky Audio Book.



Steve brings a wealth of experience to Straight to Audio Productions. In the 60's and 70's, Steve performed in numerous plays, radio and television shows and motion pictures. Check out what a stud Steve is playing the lead role in the movie Summer of Decision http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPB8LEJHVyk&list=FLWdcTp9t2m9FQ0Qu0t6IKYg&feature=em-share_video_in_list_user

Steve grew up in Michigan where he rubbed elbows with some very famous people. Mitt Romney, former Massachusetts Governor and 2012 Presidential Candidate, was a childhood friend. When Steve's mother was ill, he lived with the Romney family. As an adult, Steve was worked as a Big Band singer in Detroit for six years. During that time, Steve performing with some fabulous talent including Jimmy Durante, Jim Neighbors and George Goble.

Steve married his sweetheart, Cindy, 48 years ago. Together they have six children who now visit them in their St. George, Utah home. Although Steve's “real job” is serving as a realtor at ERA, he still gets plenty of acting gigs. Steve is a big fan of sports cars and other things that go fast, so he no doubt had fun riding a Harley in this local TV ad http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMF-IEU7tH4&feature=em-share_video_user



As for live theatre, Steve's next show is Little Women-A Little Musical. This production is being staged in a new venue in Cottonwood Village called Brigham's Playhouse. The play opens February 14th and will run through the end of March.

On a personal note, I can't help but gush about what a delight it is to work with Steve. Who could resist a face like this?

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