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Deragh Campbell


B: 1989 in Toronto, Ontario

Deragh Campbell made her big-screen debut in 2013 in Matthew Potterfield’s film I Used to Be Darker, which was one of The New Yorker’s Top 25 films of the year. More of a writer than an actor, Campbell studied creative writing at Montreal’s Concordia University. She was named one of the 4 Rising Stars by the Toronto International Film Festival in 2015. The sci-fi feature Project Ithaca, directed by award-winning Canadian Nicholas Humphries, was presented for the first time at Cannes in May 2018. Her film, Anne at 13,000 ft was selected to have its World Premiere at TIFF 2019.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

I Used to Be Darker (2013)
Person to Person (2014, short)
Stinking Heaven (2015)
Beach Week (2015, short)
How Heavy This Hammer (2015)
O, Brazen Age (2015)
The Other Half (2016)
Never Eat Alone (2016)
The Intestine (2016)
Mobile Homes (2017)
It’s Hard to Be Human (2018)
Project Ithaca (2018)
Anne at 13,000 ft (2019)

Possessor (2020)
Succor (2020, short)
So Much Tenderness (2022)
You Can Live Forever (2022)

Credits as a Screenwriter:
Stinking Heaven (2015)

You Can Live Forever, movie, poster,