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Martin Campbell Biography

  • Profession: Director
  • Born: Jan 1, 0001
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

New Zealand-born film director Martin Campbell started his career in the mid-'70s churning out a handful of adult-minded films, with titles like [[Feature~V143995~The Sex Thief~thesexthief]] and [[Feature~V145144~Eskimo Nell~eskimonell]]. His sense of style caught the eye of Hollywood, and eventually Campbell found himself helming thrillers like [[Feature~V11539~Criminal Law~criminallaw]] and [[Feature~V13094~Defenseless~defenseless]]. In the mid-'90s, his career skyrocketed after being assigned the director's chair for [[Feature~V135622~GoldenEye~goldeneye]], the first [[Feature~V158529~Bond~jamesbond[filmseries]]] film to star [[Performer~P8836~Pierce Brosnan~piercebrosnan]] as the beloved super-spy. The film was a box-office success, and received the strongest reviews of any [[Feature~V158529~Bond~jamesbond[filmseries]]] film in quite some time, leading directly to the job of directing the big-budget summer spectacle [[Feature~V158887~The Mask of Zorro~themaskofzorro]], an assignment he enjoyed enough to return for the sequel a few years later. Campbell once again introduced the world to a new James Bond in 2006 as the director of [[Performer~P15549~Daniel Craig~danielcraig]]'s first film in the series, [[Feature~V292159~Casino Royale~casinoroyale]]. Again, the film was lavished with huge international box-office success, and strong reviews from many critics who had grown tired of the series. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi