Three years training at the prestigious Royal Central School of Speech and Drama on the Actors Course.
Extensive work as a script-doctor employed to fix scripts for Production Companies in the UK as well as in Germany.
Founded a theatre company in London. The first play, an adaptation of Les Enfants Terribles ran for 5 weeks to full houses.
Recipient of an Arts Council Bursary Award for Theatre Writing for the script of Three Japanese Women.
Guest Drama Teacher at the highly regarded Acting International, Paris. Teaching its students in Paris as well as at RADA, London.
The initial drafts of the movie that became Invincible directed by Werner Herzog and starring Tim Roth.
Work as an actor, including performances at the Edinburgh Festival and a year's national tour with Hull Truck Theatre Co.
Jon Campbell's Acting Workshops seen on Sky television as part of the series A Gypsy Life For Me, produced by Daisybeck Productions.
Recipient of three Time Out Critics' Choices in a single year for three plays, two newly written and all directed by Jon Campbell.
Winner of a Best Shorts Award from La Jolla, California, for White Space in a Painting, the first film produced by White Space Film Productions.