Grace Campbell is a 25 year old comedian, writer, filmmaker and activist from London. Grace’s television debut was in the 2018 Channel 4 feminist prank show Riot Girls which Grace wrote, produced, and starred in. In Riot Girls Grace and comedians Sophie Duker, Jen Wakefield, and Cam Spence, used pranks and stunts to highlight sexism and inequalities in British society. Grace has recently finished her debut sold-out standup show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The show, Why I’m Never Going Into Politics, is a wildly provocative foray into Grace’s childhood in politics (Grace’s father is Alastair Campbell, political spokesman who is mostly known for his work with Tony Blair). Grace is very political, but has decided to reject conventional politics and do comedy, films & activism instead. As an activist Grace co-founded the feminist, law-changing collective, the Pink Protest. As a filmmaker, Grace studied film practice at the London College of Communication, where she received a 1st class honours, and has worked with campaigns, brands, and broadcasters on developing and producing original content.Locked Pro Plan feature
I was the associate producer and writer/ performer in the pilot of a feminist hidden camera show for CHANNEL 4 which airs on May 10th at 10PM.
I was a researcher & development assistant on the documentaries team, as well as Assistant Producer on the BBC Horizon with Alastair Campbell: My Depression and Me (w/t).
I graduation last summer with a first class honours degree. During my time on this course I wrote and directed three short films of my own.