• Alan Campbell

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  • Alan Campbell (actor)

    Bruce Alan Campbell (born April 22, 1957), credited professionally as Alan Campbell, is an American actor who is best known for his roles as Derek Mitchell in the 1987–1992 CBS series Jake and the Fatman and as E.Z. Taylor on the short-lived 1984–1985 Three's Company spin-off Three's a Crowd .

  • Alan Campbell (writer)

    Alan Campbell (born 7 July 1971) is a Scottish fantasy novelist.

  • Alan Campbell (Scottish footballer)

    Alan James Campbell (born 21 January 1948) is a Scottish former professional footballer who played as a central midfielder. He made 571 appearances in the English Football League for Charlton Athletic, Birmingham City, Cardiff City and Carlisle United, including over 100 in the First Division for Birmingham City. He was capped for Scotland at youth and under-23 level. He went on to play and manage in non-League football around the Birmingham area.

  • Alan Campbell (Irish footballer)

    Alan Campbell (born 10 August 1960 in Dublin, Ireland ) is a former professional football player.

  • Alan Campbell (Gaelic footballer)

    Alan Campbell (born 9 October 1991) is an Irish Gaelic football player who plays at inter-county level for Tipperary, and plays his club football for Moyle Rovers.

  • Alan Campbell (pastor)

    Pastor Alan Campbell (7 August 1949 – 11 June 2017) was the Pentecostal pastor of the Restored Open Bible Ministries in Belfast, Northern Ireland, director of Restored Open Bible Ministries and a scholar and lecturer in the British Israelism movement. Campbell was popular in Historicist circles because of his Reformed theology in the identification of the Papacy as the Antichrist of Biblical prophecy.

  • Alan Campbell Johnson

    Alan Campbell-Johnson OBE (16 July 1913 – 25 January 1998), was a British Liberal Party politician, journalist, author and public relations consultant. He notably worked on the staff of Sir Archibald Sinclair and served as Press Attaché to Lord Mountbatten as Viceroy of India.

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