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Ali Campbell was born on February 15, 1959 in Birmingham, England as Alistair Ian Campbell. He is married to Julie. They have two children. He was previously married to Bernadette Virtue. See full bio »

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The Pretenders: Greatest Hits
The Pretenders: Greatest Hits Himself (segments "I Got You Babe" and "Breakfast in Bed")
Urgh! A Music War
Urgh! A Music War Himself - UB40
Top of the Pops
Top of the Pops Himself - UB40 / Himself


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 2016 Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two (TV Series documentary) (performer - 1 episode)
- Episode #13.40 (2016) ... (performer: "Red Red Wine", "I Can't Help (Falling in Love With You)")
 2000 Beautiful Creatures (writer: "Girls Like Us")
 1989 Only Fools and Horses.... (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Danger UXD (1989) ... (writer: "Come Out To Play" - uncredited)
 1986 Something Wild (writer: "Zero, Zero Seven Charlie")
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Ali | Ali Campbell with Astro and Mickey | UB40

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Never before had we seen pop getting so brazenly political. Thatcher was a hate figure that seemed to unite everyone.


Peace Concert with Ub40 in Sri-Lanka, invited by the new government. See more »

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