Born in Toronto, Canada on May 12, 1972, Christian Campbell is the son of Dutch and Scottish immigrants. Christian’s father, Gerry, taught high school drama classes, whereas his grandparents were accomplished actors and theatre owners in the Netherlands.
Jim Fall is an openly gay director and producer hailing from Albion, New York. Fall attended Temple University in Philadelphia for his undergrad studies, and later attended New York University’s Tisch School of Arts. Jim Fall was honored to receive a scholarship from the Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Arts.
Released in 1999 and directed by Jim Fall, Trick is a gay romantic comedy about a couple simply trying to find some space to themselves. The film was nominated for a Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. Shot in New York City, the film features actors Christian Campbell, John Paul Pitoc, and Tori Spelling.