David Campbell is gathering the sort of praise and international attention that is marking him as one of the most exciting young performers in years.
His two CDs, Yesterday Is Now and Taking The Wheel were released on Philips, a division of Polygram, in 1997. He recorded the voice of Joseph in Dreamworks animated feature Joseph. He has appeared on PBS’s The Charlie Rose Show and the WNET special Cabaret Thirteen, hosted by Michael Feinstein.
David headlined an exclusive three week engagement at New York’s Rainbow and Stars in 1997, becoming the youngest performer ever to appear there.Recently he won the Mo Award as “Outstanding Feature Actor in a Musical” for his role of "Marius" in the 10th anniversary production of Les Miserables in Sydney.
He appeared in a special evening in London entitled Hey, Mr Producer:The Musical World of Cameron Mackintosh, a Royal Benefit performance honoring the musicals of Cameron Mackintosh in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen and Prince Phillip.His New York theatre credits include playing Gene in Stephen Sondheim’s Saturday Night; Lieutenant Cable in the 50th Anniversary production of South Pacific and Valentine in Encore Productions’ Babes in Arms.
David was nominated for the Mac Award (Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs) for "Major Male Vocalist" in 1998 and 1999 and in 1999 won both Young Australian of the Year Award (Arts Category) and Variety Hearts Club Award for “Entertainer of the Year”.Most recently David performed with Barbara Cook in concert for the Sydney Olympic Arts Festival.