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|In the DWU|
|Stories:||The Vampires of Venice and Vincent and the Doctor|
|Main time period active:||2010|
|Notable non-DWU work:||Ashes to Ashes, The Casual Vacancy, Eric & Ernie|
Jonny Campbell (sometimes credited as Jonathan Campbell) is a British television director who debuted on Doctor Who with The Vampires of Venice. He later directed Vincent and the Doctor. He was interviewed on both accompanying episodes of Doctor Who Confidential.
Campbell began his career with a twenty-five-minute short film in 1995 called Two Minutes, which was Peter Kay's television debut. He gave his talents to episodes of Dream Team and [[The Bill}]]before getting more steady work in the 1999-2000 season on Peak Practice, then story edited by Matthew Bouch, and Glasgow Kiss, written by Stephen Greenhorn. In 2001, he returned to Peter Kay's side to helm Phoenix Nights. In 2002, he directed a few episodes of the Chris Chibnall creation, Born and Bred, which starred Tracey Childs, Clive Swift, and Donald Gee. He moved to Judge John Deed for a few episodes, where he directed guest stars John Sessions and Sarah Paul. Afterwards, he made the tele-film Death in Holy Orders, co-starring Tom Goodman Hill and Hugh Fraser, an uncredited actor on The Smugglers. From there, he made a couple of episodes of Spooks, guest-starring Tim McInnerny, and Shameless, co-starring Dean Lennox Kelly. His first foray into science fiction was the 2006 comedy film Alien Autopsy, scored by Murray Gold. Prior to his stint on Doctor Who, he was a heavy contributor to the first series of Ashes to Ashes, co-created by Matthew Graham, and guest-starring Geoffrey Palmer and Joseph Long.
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