"Paul Campbell" is the name of:

* Paul Campbell (1923–1999)

* Paul Campbell (American entrepreneur) (born 1980s)

* Paul Campbell (baseball) (1917–2006)

* Paul Campbell (Canadian actor) (born 1979)

* Paul Campbell (English politician) (born 1953)

* Paul Campbell (footballer) (born 1980)

* Paul Campbell (football) (1926–2005)

* Paul Campbell (Jamaican actor)

* Paul A Campbell (born 1959), British entrepreneur and musician

* Paul G. Campbell, Jr./Paul G Campbell (American politician) (born 1946)

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