- Robert Joseph "Bobby" Camposecco
March 09, 1983 (age 38)
- Donna Camposecco, Robert Camposecco
Robert Joseph "Bobby" Camposecco (born March 9, 1983) is an American actor. He is best known for playing the lead role of Nick O'Bannon in the 2009 horror film The Final Destination.
Campo was born in Wheeling, West Virginia, and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida. His father, Robert Camposecco, works as a painting contractor while his mother, Donna (née Wells), is a make-up artist who has worked for various celebrities. His paternal grandfather, Bob Campo, was a former radio personality in Wheeling and he has a younger sister named Julia Marie who is married to Stephen Christian of the band Anberlin. Campo is an alumnus of Seminole High School and was a student at the Performers Studio Workshop in Tampa, Florida.
Some of his favorite actors, whom he also aspires to work with, include Johnny Depp and Robert Downey, Jr. He regards both actors to be fantastic and admires them for their uniqueness and interesting works. He also looks up to the late Paul Newman. Campo is also interested in making his own movies and finds inspiration in director David Fincher. In October 2009, he appeared in the cover of Throne Magazine and was also featured in the March 2010 issue of L'Uomo Vogue.
He indulges himself in rock climbing, cycling, and soccer and loves listening to music to conduce his creativity, especially when at work.