He is the popular presenter of Today Extra, who has enjoyed a very varied career in the entertainment industry – from musical theater to TV and radio.
But on Saturday, Jimmy Barnes’ son David Campbell revealed the one thing he ‘hates’ to be named when it comes to his career, which he claims’ makes him shiver’.
“ I’ve always hated the term ‘Jack of all trades, master of no one,’ ” he wrote in his last column. StellarFirst of all, old sayers called, 2021, and they want their gendered pronouns back. Second, it is quite judgmental. ‘
Speaking: On Saturday, Jimmy Barnes’ son David Campbell (pictured) revealed the one thing he ‘hates’ being called, making him’ shudder ‘in his latest column for Stellar
The 47-year-old, who says he did not attend college or had ‘any tertiary education’, added that he takes the term as a ‘derogatory’ insult that someone describes as ‘average’.
“All it took was a quiet night, a spoonful of fear, and that sentence would gnaw at my self-esteem,” he added.
The successful TV host now urges anyone who seems like it not to worry – he says there’s nothing wrong with people exploring their options and finding out what they want to achieve with their lives.
No! “I’ve always hated the term” Jack of all trades, master of no one, “he wrote in his last column for Stellar. First of all, old sayers called, 2021, and they want their gendered pronouns back. Second, it is quite judgmental ‘
“Let’s embrace the change that is coming to us,” he wrote emphatically. ‘Maybe we can master all the professions we want. All Jacks (and Jackettes), our time is now! ‘
It comes after David opened up about his unconventional upbringing, after discovering that legendary Australian rocker Jimmy Barnes was his father at the age of 10.
In an interview with The Australian Women’s Weekly Last October, the TV host revealed that he was raised by his ‘very strict’ grandmother, who he believed was his adoptive mother.
Related: David (left) spoke recently about his unconventional upbringing after discovering that legendary Aussie rocker Jimmy Barnes (right) was his dad at age 10
He said he thought his teenage mother, Kim, was his sister until he finally learned the truth about his family.
“I had great manners, but emotionally I wasn’t quite prepared for what was coming my way,” he confessed.
David said that while he saw Jimmy, 64, growing up, he believed his dad was just a “ family friend. ”
Close: David said that while he saw Jimmy, 64, growing up, he believed his dad was just a ‘family friend’
And he admitted that while it was a lot to come to terms with at first, he appreciates the family he has today.
‘Getting the child out first and getting into the family, it was a wild journey, but it’s beautiful. We are all very close and it just goes to show that family is family, ‘he added.
During a radio interview on GOLD 104.3 in April 2015, David spoke more about his unusual upbringing.
Shocking discovery: he said he thought his teenage mother, Kim, was his sister until he finally learned the truth about his family
‘I grew up in Adelaide and the woman who raised me told me I was adopted. She [later] told me she was actually my grandmother, ‘he said at the time.
He added, “The woman I thought was my sister for 10 years was actually my mother.”
In a 2008 interview with ABC’s Talking Heads, David admitted that he was more shocked to find out the truth about his mother than to learn who his father is.
It was quite a shock. It was probably more of a shock to find out that my mom was my sister, ”he said, adding that it“ opened up a whole box of Pandora’s emotions. ”
Read more: David’s full column is in this week’s Stellar magazine