Neve Campbell portrays scholarly, but rebellious, Julia Salinger, in Party of Five, the critically acclaimed one-hour draina from Columbia Pictures Television for the Fox Broadcasting Company. Beginning fall of 1998, the series will be syndicated nationally by Columbia TriStar Television Distribution (CTTD).
Campbell's film career continues to thrive, having starred in the back-to-back Blockbusters Scream and Scream 2 for director Wes Craven. For her work in the original film, she received a Saturn Award as "Best Actress." For the sequel, she was honored with both a Blockbuster Award and an MTV Movie Award as "Best Actress." Most recently, she starred opposite Matt Dillon and Kevin Bacon in Wild Things.
Upcoming projects for Campbell include the 1970's ensemble drama 54, as well as providing the voice of Simba's mate 'Kiara' in Disney's video sequel, Simba's Pride: The Lion King II. She will be seen next spring in the romantic comedy Three to Tango.
A native of Canada, Campbell danced on stage with the National Ballet of Canada in its productions Sleeping Beauty and The Nutcracker, and made her acting debut in the Toronto production of Andrew Lloyd Weber's Phantom of the Opera, directed by Hal Prince. She went on to star in the ABC telefilm The Canterville Ghost opposite Patrick Stewart, which earned her a Family Film Award for "Outstanding Actress in a Television Film." Her other television credits include the motion pictures for television I Know My Son is Alive and Janeah and the syndicated series Catwalk. Campbell was cast in her first major motion picture The Craft in 1996.
Campbell lives in Los Angeles.