Bobby Campo Biography


Birthday: March 9, 1983 (Pisces)

Born In: Wheeling, West Virginia, United States

Robert Joseph Camposecco is an actor from America best known for his role in the horror series ‘Scream.’ He is better known by his professional name, Bobby Campo. A native of West Virginia, he grew up in Florida and studied at Seminole High School. Later, he received training at the Performers Studio Workshop in Tampa, Florida. In October 2009, he was featured on the cover of ‘Throne Magazine’ and appeared in the March 2010 issue of ‘L'Uomo Vogue.’ Campo made his screen debut in 2005 in the television film ‘Vampire Bats’. A year later, he appeared on the big screen for the first time in the comedy film ‘99’. In the ensuing years, he has established himself in the industry with memorable performances like those of Nick O'Bannon in the 2009 horror film ‘The Final Destination’ and Seth Branson in the MTV horror series ‘Scream’. He has also appeared in the films ‘Seance: The Summoning’, ‘The Jazz Funeral’, and ‘The Maestro’ and TV shows ‘Audrey’ and ‘Being Human’. He was featured in the 2016 television commercial for the Lexus CT. Recently, Campo portrayed the male lead Jeff in the romance drama ‘Christmas Camp’.
Quick Facts

Also Known As: Robert Joseph Camposecco

Age: 41 Years, 41 Year Old Males


Spouse/Ex-: Christie Mac Campo

father: Robert Camposecco

mother: Donna Camposecco

Born Country: United States

Actors American Men

Height: 5'10" (178 cm), 5'10" Males

U.S. State: West Virginia

In October 2009, Bobby Campo made an appearance on the cover of ‘Throne Magazine.’ In March 2010, he appeared in ‘L'Uomo Vogue.’ His debut screen appearance came in 2005 in Eric Bross’ telefilm ‘Vampire Bats’. Credited as Bobby Camposecco, he portrayed a character named Don in the film. In the following year, he guest-starred as Steven in an episode of ‘South Beach’. Later that year, he played Yentle in his first cinematic outing, writer-director Pete Guzzo’s comedy film ‘99’.
In 2007, he worked in Eli Steele’s telefilm ‘Katrina’. Campo had the recurring role of Trent in two episodes of Freeform’s comedy-drama TV series ‘Greek’ in 2008. He appeared in the short film ‘Coffee & Cream’ in 2009 and later was featured in the direct-to-video film ‘Legally Blondes’, a spin-off of the Legally Blonde film series. That year, he also made a guest appearance in Fox’s short-lived drama series ‘Mental’.
Campo starred as the male lead, Nick O’Bannon, in the 2009 3D supernatural horror movie ‘The Final Destination’ (also known as ‘Final Destination 4’ or ‘Final Destination 3D’), the fourth instalment in the Final Destination film series. Despite being the worst-reviewed entry in the franchise, the film was a commercial success, earning $186.2 million at the box office against its $40 million budget. Campo appeared in two more projects in 2009, TV shows ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ and ‘CSI: Miami’. In 2011, he essayed the role of Erik Johnson in the TV movie ‘Love’s Christmas Journey’. He worked in writer-director Alex Wright’s horror-thriller ‘Seance: The Summoning’, which was also released in 2011.
In the short film ‘Queen’ (2011), he was cast as a handsome, young cabaret doorman who treats a transgender performer with kindness. In the 2012 short ‘A Conversation About Cheating with My Time Travelling Future Self’, he portrayed a character who goes back in time to convince his former self to cheat on his girlfriend. He received positive reviews for his performance in the latter project, with Amazing Stories' Chris Garcia complimenting him on his “pitch perfect” acting. He shared screen space with Kim Shaw and Gary Cole in the short-lived series ‘Audrey’ (2012).
In 2013, he guest-starred in popular shows like ‘Justified’, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, and Masters of Sex’ and joined the cast of Syfy and Space’s supernatural comedy-drama series ‘Being Human’ in season three as Max, a mortician who owns the Howell & Holt funeral home. In 2014, he starred opposite James Morrison in Jesse Rosen’s drama film ‘The Jazz Funeral’.
Between 2015 and 2016, he portrayed Seth Branson, a teacher who is secretly dating one of his students, in the MTV (later VH1) anthology slasher series ‘Scream’. Campo worked with Kristen Gutoskie, Xander Berkeley, Mackenzie Astin in the biographical period drama ‘The Maestro’ (2018). In 2019, he appeared in the music video for Susie Abromeit’s single, ‘So Is You’.
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Family & Personal Life
Born on March 9, 1983, in Wheeling, West Virginia, USA, Bobby Campo is the son of Robert Camposecco and Donna (née Wells). He and his younger sister, Julia Marie, grew up in St. Petersburg, Florida. His father is a painting contractor, while his mother works as a makeup artist and is quite popular among celebrities. His paternal grandfather, Bob Campo, was a radio presenter in Wheeling. Through Julia Marie, he is the brother-in-law of Stephen Christian of the alternative rock band Anberlin. He was a student at Seminole High School and later attended the Performers Studio Workshop in Tampa, Florida.
In 2015, Bobby Campo married hairstylist, model, and blogger Christie Mac in a ceremony held in Venice Beach, California. They first met in December 2013 at a restaurant. Campo has been affiliated with CoCRE8, an organization that provides brands and salons with educational methods to thrive in competitive environments.
Campo’s hobbies include rock-climbing, cycling, and playing soccer.

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