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  • Neve Campbell Biography

    Born: December 31, 1969 in , ,

    One of the most accomplished actresses of her generation, Neve Campbell has made an indelible impression on audiences with her work in both major motion pictures and on the small screen.
    A native of Canada, Campbell made her debut in the Toronto production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Phantom of the Opera” in 1988. From there she went on to star in the ABC telefilm “The Canterville Ghost” opposite Patrick Stewart, NBC’s “I Know My Son Is Still Alive” and the syndicated series Catwalk before being cast in Andrew Fleming’s motion picture THE CRAFT.

    In 1994 she was cast in the role of Julia Salinger in Fox’s critically-acclaimed Golden Globe winning series “Party of Five,” which brought Campbell to the attention of audiences, but it was the starring role in the first installment of the SCREAM series in 1996 that made her a household name.

    In 1997 she reprised her role in SCREAM 2 and she starred in the 1970s ensemble drama 54, opposite Ryan Phillipe, Salma Hayek, and Mike Meyers.

    She starred with Matt Dillon, Denise Richards and Kevin Bacon in 1998 in John McNaughton’s erotic thriller WILD THINGS, for which she received a nomination for an MTV Movie Award.

    In 1999, she starred with Matthew Perry and Dylan McDermott in the Warner Bros. romantic comedy THREE TO TANGO.  In 2000, she starred opposite Danny DeVito, Jamie Lee Curtis and Bette Midler in the whodunit DROWNING MONA. She also starred in the box-office hit SCREAM 3 and in the independent film INVESTIGATING SEX opposite Nick Nolte and Dermot Mulroney for director Alan Rudolph.

    In 2001 Campbell starred in the independent film PANIC opposite William H. Macy and Donald Sutherland and in 2002 she starred opposite Jeremy Irons in the Showtime telefilm “Last Call” which was a portrait of legendary author F. Scott Fitzgerald in his final days, as seen through the eyes of his secretary, aspiring writer Frances Kroll Ring, portrayed by Campbell.

    Campbell starred in THE COMPANY for director Robert Altman in 2003. Campbell, who also produced the film, brought the idea to and developed the script with Barbara Turner (POLLOCK). The film also starred James Franco and Malcolm McDowell.

    Campbell then starred in WHEN WILL I BE LOVED for director James Toback and CHURCHILL: THE HOLLYWOOD YEARS starring opposite Christian Slater for director Peter Richardson. Campbell has also completed shooting Showtime’s, “Reefer Madness,” a musical satire of the 1930s propaganda film that told of the evils of marijuana.

    More recently she starred in RELATIVE STRANGERS with Danny Devito and Kathy Bates and in Vic Sarin’s PARTITION, in Oliver Parker’s film I REALLY HATE MY JOB and CLOSING THE RING with Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer, directed by Sir Richard Attenborough.

    In 2008 starred in two prestigious television projects – “Burn Up,” a movie for the BBC about global warming opposite Bradley Whitford and “Sea-Wolf,” a mini-series based on a Jack London novel opposite Tim Roth and Sebastian Koch.

    On stage she starred in Arthur Miller’s satirical dark comedy “Resurrection Blues,” for director Robert Altman at London’s Old Vic Theater and “Love Song” opposite Cillian Murphy at the New Ambassador Theater.

    She recently completed filming THE GLASS MAN and will next start shooting SINGULARITY for director Roland Joffe

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