NEVE CAMPBELL currently stars as Julia Salinger in the
celebrated FOX-TV drama "Party of Five," which received
a Golden Globe Award for Outstanding Drama Series in 1996 and
a second nomination in 1997.
Campbell's motion picture career is in full force with the box
office smashes SCREAM and SCREAM 2 to her credit. In 1996, Campbell
starred in Andrew Fleming's THE CRAFT, a black comedy about a
group of teenage witches who wreak havoc upon their Catholic school.
She also appeared in Alex Chapple's RUSKIN, BAREE for director
Arnaut Seligna and as the voice of Klara in THE LION KING II,
which Disney will release on home video at the end of the year.
Campbell grew up in Toronto, where she studied acting with a variety
of teachers as well as classical singing and dance at the prestigious
National Ballet School of Canada. Trained in six different varieties
of dance, Campbell appeared on stage with Canada's National Ballet
in productions of "Sleeping Beauty" and "The Nutcracker."
At 15, she made her acting debut as the Degas Girl in the Toronto
premiere of "Phantom of the Opera" for director Hal
For her performance opposite Patrick Stewart in ABC-TV's production
of the classic "The Canterville Ghost," Campbell garnered
a Family Film Award for Outstanding Actress in a Television Film.
Additional television credits include the NBC-TV movie-of-the-week
"I Know My Son Is Alive," the telefilm "Janeah"
and the series "Catwalk."
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