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Alan Campbell
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Alan Campbell appears in the role of E.Z. Taylor on "Three's A Crowd".
Personal Information
Gender: Male
Born: (1955-06-10) June 10, 1955 (age 62)
Birthplace: Homestead, Florida, U.S.
Website/URL: https://www.alancampbell.net
Career/Family Information
Occupation/
Career:
Actor
Character information
Appeared on: Three's A Crowd
Character played: E.Z. Taylor
Three's Company Script


Alan Campbell played the part of E.Z. Taylor, a surfer and chef whom Jack Tripper hires to work at the bistro on Three's A Crowd.

Life and careerEdit

Alan, who was born and raised in Homestead, Florida, and attended Tulane University and the University of Miami, graduating with a BA in business.

Stage workEdit

On Broadway, Alan received a 1995 Tony Award nomination for Best Actor in a Musical for his performance as Joe Gillis in the play Sunset Boulevard, where he acted 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. Alan's off-Broadway appearances include the plays Adrift in Macao, Book of Days, and Avow. [1]

Films and TelevisionEdit

Feature film appearance include Weekend Warriors, Bump in the Night, Tom, Dick and Harry, and the film Simple Wish where he appeared with Martin Short and Kathleen Turner.

Alan co-starred for five seasons with William Conrad and Joe Penny on CBS's Jake and the Fatman TV series. He also appeared as Evan Grant on NBC's Another World daytime soap opera series, "Dr. Ellis Marshall" on the ABC-TV soap opera All My Children. Other notable appearances include, The PBS program Contact - "Live From Lincoln Center, and the CBS Movie of the Week Redflag. Alan has guest starred on numerous television shows including, Law and Order, NBC-TV's Homicide: Life on the Street and Facts of Life, Throb and NBC-TV's Matlock.

Music and other worksEdit

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 also the Artistic Producer of Hot Summer Nights at the Kennedy Theater in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is a founding member of H.O.L.A. (Heart of Los Angeles) Youth Theatre, providing an artistic outlet and guidance to inner-city children.

Family lifeEdit

Alan resides in New York City with his wife, actress Lauren Kennedy and their daughter, Riley Rose. Alan was previously married to actress Nova Ball from 1987-1990.

ReferencesEdit

  1. search_by=people&first=Alan&last=Campbell&middle= Alan Campbell at the Internet Off-Broadway Database (lortel.org)]

External links Edit

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