Born in October 1973 into a family of performers, Neve first caught the acting bug after witnessing The Nutcracker at the age of 6. Inspired to enroll in ballet, a 10-year old Neve soon caught the attention of the world-renowned National Ballet of Canada. After 5 years of rigorous training Campbell came to terms with the stress and demands ballet placed on her. She made the pivotal decision to quit the prestigious company and make the leap into acting. Almost immediately her experience landed her a part in Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'The Phantom of the Opera', a role she would handle confidently for over two years and 800 performances. Canadian commercials, television movies and a small feature film 'Paint Cans' soon followed. US audiences caught their first glimpse of the talented actress when MTV aired several episodes of the Canadian series 'Catwalk', but wasn't until Neve starred in NBC's movie 'I Know My Son is Alive' (1994) that she would get her first big 'break', when NBC producers auditioned her for a role on a new Fox pilot 'Party of Five'. The rest is history ... Neve couldn't help but smile and wonder at the attention when learning Time Magazine proclaimed her 'TV's most believable teenager' in 1995. Playing a series of strong roles in dark films, Campbell has carved a piece of Hollywood in such popular movies as 'The Craft' (1996), the 'Scream' trilogy, and the sexy 'Wild Things' (1998), co-starring heavyweights Kevin Bacon and Matt Dillon. Subsequent roles have included the disco-induced '54' (1998) and the romantic comedy 'Three To Tango' (1999).