Mikayla S. Campbell is a versatile actress with a Greek, Spanish, and Korean background lending to her ethnic ambiguity. She is a graduate of the prestigious and highly competitive, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London, UK earning her Master's in Screen Acting by age 22 with a distinction.
Mikayla can be seen as the lead in an episode of "True Nightmares" on Discovery ID. You can also catch her as a guest star in the popular TV show "My Haunted House" which airs on Lifetime Movie Network. Mikayla has worked alongside renowned A -list names in the industry including Golden Globe Nominee, Diane Venora (Heat w/ Al Pacino and Robert De Niro, The Jackal w/Bruce Willis and Richard Gere), the late Leonard Nimoy (Star Trek), Bob Odenkirk (Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul), former SAG president and actor Alan Rosenberg, Phil and Monica Rosenthal (Everybody Loves Raymond), Michael Skloff (Friends theme song composer), Annie Korzen (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen).
Recently, Mikayla co-wrote, produced, and starred in the period drama short, "Midday at Morden Park", a story set in the late Edwardian Era, where the daughter of Lord Nicol (Ruby) invites the footman of the house (Harris) to a secret lunch. By revealing moments of their past, the outing helps them both see life differently and they are ultimately brought closer together. The trailer can be viewed here!
Mikayla has previously produced and starred in the pilot, "The Victorians" as Lily Rutherford, a posh member of high society British elite, as well as a 19th century Civil war drama short, "I Saw the Devil" where her character, Millie Hamilton recounts a traumatizing encounter amidst the chaos of war.
Mikayla was born to wonderful parents and has two "wicked awesome" older brothers, all of who reside in Massachusetts. Mikayla divides her time between LA, Boston and London.