Sheila Campbell

 

Sheila Campbell is a a Canadian born actress and one of the stars of the movie Menorca (2016)

Birthday4th July 1985

BornCalgary, Alberta, Canada

Famous for: Actress

Instagram: @besottedsheila

Twitter: @SheilaECampbell


 

History

Sheila E. Campbell started acting from a young age.  She was cast as Titania, queen of the fairies in her middle school production of William Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.

Sheila graduated at the University of Calgary where she studied Canadian law and fine arts.  She had continued to act in theatre whilst studying.  She acted in a number of community theatre productions such as To Kill a Mockingbird, George Bernard Shaw’s comedy The Millionairess and the lead in Alice Gerstenberg’s Overtones.

She moved to Winnipeg in 2013 and auditioned/won the role of Margarit Porfiry in the movie The Editor (2014).

Campbell appeared on television in The Pinkertons as Belle Starr in episode Frontier Desperados (2015).


Sheila Campbell stars alongside Tammy Gillis in the film Menorca by director John Barnard released in 2016.


 

Photo Gallery

*Photo credits provided in references section below where possible.  View a list of photographers here.


 

Interviews

An Interview with The Editor Actress Sheila E. Campbell

PW: What can you tell us about the film?

Sheila: ‘Dead Men’ is a noir-thriller about familial love and greed. I play the role of Mara Cain, an artist whose past keeps coming back to haunt her.

Originally, Robin had made Dead Men as a short film in early 2013, and then later decided to rework the original into a feature length film. The original short featured a young girl as the protagonist. I play the adult version of her in the feature. I had a really good time working on this project, and became good friends with Robin during the course of filming. He and I hope to work together again.

PW: When can we expect Dead Men to be released?

Sheila: Robin is planning to have Dead Men hit the film festival stream by early 2015. Right now, the film is in a phase affectionately known as “post production hell”.


 

References

[1] http://sheilaecampbell.ca/ [Photos: Leif Norman]

[2] IMDB

[3] XtremeHorrorcinema

[4] Toronto Verve