Darius Campbell height - How tall is Darius Campbell?
Darius Campbell was born on 19 August, 1980 in Glasgow, United Kingdom. At 40 years old, Darius Campbell height is 6 ft 3 in (193.0 cm).
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|Age||40 years old|
|Born||19 August 1980|
|Birthplace||Glasgow, United Kingdom|
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Darius Campbell Weight & Measurements
|Body Measurements||Not Available|
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Who Is Darius Campbell's Wife?
His wife is Natasha Henstridge (m. 2011–2018)
|Wife||Natasha Henstridge (m. 2011–2018)|
Darius Campbell Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Darius Campbell worth at the age of 40 years old? Darius Campbell’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Darius Campbell's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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Campbell played Nick Arnstein in Funny Girl at the Savoy, following a transfer from the Menier Chocolate Factory in April 2016.
On 1 July 2013, it was announced that Campbell would play the lead role of Warden in the show From Here to Eternity the Musical.
Campbell married Canadian actress Natasha Henstridge in a secret ceremony in February 2011. They filed for divorce in July 2013. The divorce was finalised in February 2018.
In 2010 he trained with tenor Rolando Villazón, won the ITV competition Popstar to Operastar and performed a duet with Villazón on The Impossible Dream. The UK's biggest operatic production was the occasion of his operatic début, at The O2 arena with the Royal Philharmonic, in Carmen. At age 29, he assumed the lead role of Escamillo, Carmen's lover. Also in 2010, he starred in The History of the Big Bands tour, a show which takes the audience on a musical journey through the big band and swing era.
In January and February 2010 Campbell won the UK's ITV1 talent show Popstar to Operastar, in which eight pop stars were trained to perform famous opera arias. He was mentored by tenor Rolando Villazón, with whom he went on to duet with on the song "The Impossible Dream". In May 2010 he appeared as toreador Escamillo in Bizet's opera Carmen at The O2 Arena in London. At age 29, he assumed the lead role of Carmen's lover. Also in 2010 he starred in The History of the Big Bands tour – a show about the Big Band and Swing Era, featuring the songs of Frank Sinatra and the music of the key musicians of the big band era, including music from Harry James, Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller, Count Basie, Woody Herman and Buddy Rich.
In January and February 2010, Campbell competed in and won the ITV talent show Popstar to Operastar, in which eight pop stars were trained to perform world-famous opera arias. He was mentored by world-leading tenor Rolando Villazón, with whom he went on to duet with on the song "The Impossible Dream".
In 2008 he returned to London's West End to play Rhett Butler in Sir Trevor Nunn's musical adaptation of Gone with the Wind.
In 2007, after seeing Ewan McGregor in the role, he played the lead in Michael Grandage's Olivier Award-winning production of Guys and Dolls, starring as Sky Masterson. Later that year he reprised his role of Billy Flynn for the 10th Anniversary charity performance of Chicago in London, to benefit the charities Breast Cancer Haven and Breast Health Institute.
After receiving news that his father was diagnosed with terminal cancer, he wrote and dedicated his second studio album Live Twice to Dr Booth Danesh, who later made a miraculous recovery. In 2005, the album's title-track Live Twice became his fifth Top Ten single.
Campbell had two West End runs in Chicago during 2005-2006, and at 25, became the youngest actor to fill the role of Billy Flynn since the show first opened on Broadway in 1975.
His debut album, Dive In, was certified platinum in the UK in 2004, charting at number 6 in the UK albums chart during the competitive pre-Christmas sales. He has subsequently had five UK Top Ten singles and a second gold album.
The Dive in Tour took place in April and May 2003. The fifteen dates scheduled for May expanded to twenty three dates on public demand.
In 2003, Campbell appeared as himself in an episode of the Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks, performing "Girl in the Moon" at a graduation ball. In 2009, he guest starred on the BBC show Hotel Babylon as Gennaro Fazio, an Italian magazine editor.
The first single written by Campbell, "Colourblind", was released on 29 July 2002 and entered the UK singles chart at number 1, staying at the top of the charts for two weeks, it was certified silver.
He first gained fame in 2001 after appearing on the British talent competition Popstars. A year later he was voted to the finals of the TV talent show, Pop Idol. He turned down Simon Cowell's record deal, then signed with producer Steve Lillywhite.
Campbell's professional career began with a non-singing role in the Scottish Opera's avant garde 1990s production of The Trojans. As a teenager he then performed at Covent Garden Royal Opera House with the Scottish Opera in a production of Carmen.
Darius Campbell-Danesh (born 19 August 1980) is a Scottish singer, songwriter, musician, actor, and film producer. He is currently an ambassador for The Prince's Trust.
Campbell was born in Glasgow on 19 August 1980 to a Scottish mother, Avril Campbell, and an Iranian father, Booth Danesh; his family live in Bearsden. The eldest of three boys, his younger brothers are Aria (born 1985) and Cyrus (born 1995). He attended Bearsden Primary School and the Glasgow Academy, before going on to study English Literature and Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh.