Брэйден Кэмпбелл Braden Campbell
Braden Campbell is a classically trained actor and playwright, whose theatrical work has seen him perform not only across Canada, but in England and New York City. Selected theatrical credits include Professor Von Helsing in The Passion of Dracula, King Canutus inEdmund Ironside, Bottome in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Babby Bobby in The Cripple of Innishman, Marc Antony in Julius Caesar, and the title role in Coriolanus. His play, Prime Time, a three-act comedy about the invention of standard time, premiered at the Lindsay Festival of the Arts in 2003. For the past several years, he has also worked as a freelance writer, particularly in the field of role-playing games.
Braden was first introduced to Palladium Books back in 1990. Shortly thereafter, he began running a Rifts® campaign that, in total, lasted nearly a decade. In 2004, he returned once again to his gaming books, with particular attention paid to the Wormwood™ and Phase World® settings. For Palladium, he has written Fleets of the Three Galaxies™, Thundercloud Galaxy™, and two short stories for the Tales of the Chi-Town 'Burbs™ anthology. He is also a contributor to Rifts® Vampire Kingdoms (revised), Rifts® Vampires Sourcebook, and The Rifter® #50. His multi-part Wormwood Addenda™ appeared in several issues of The Rifter®, including #42, #44, and #46. He was also the winner of Palladium's "What would I do with two million CCG cards?" competition in 2002.
Braden has written works for Games Workshop's Black Library and has enjoyedWarhammer 40K for nearly a decade, remaining fiercely dedicated to his Dark Eldar. He lives in Milton, Ontario, Canada with his wife and daughter.