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Neve Campbell Wiki Biography
Neve Adrianne Campbell was born on the 3rd October 1973, in Guelph, Ontario Canada of Dutch and Scottish descent. Neve Campbell is an actress which is the main source of het net worth. She rose to prominence landing the lead role in the films released under the horror film franchise “Scream” (1996, 1997, 2000 and 2011). She debuted in the entertainment industry in 1991 and is active up to date.
How much is Neve Campbell’s net worth? Reportedly, she is one of the millionaires in the industry having an estimated fortune of $8 million, accumulated during her acting career spanning almost 25 years.
To begin with, Neve wanted to be a ballet dancer from an early age. She was educated at the Erinvale School of Dance, later at the National Ballet School of Canada. She performed in “Sleeping Beauty” and “The Nutcracker”, but because of many injuries as well as a nervous breakdown, she transferred into acting at Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute. This successful choice has since become the main source of Neve Campbell’s net worth.
As an actress Neve started her career on television playing various roles in the episodes of series including “My Secret Identity” (1991), “Catwalk” (1992) and “The Kids in the Hall” (1992). Later, she appeared in feature films including “Paint Cans” (1994), “The Passion of John Ruskin” (1994), “Love Child” (1996), “The Craft (1996) and others. Then, with the appearance of the Sidney Prescott character, fame and recognition came. Neve won the Saturn Award as he Best Actress for her role in “Scream” (1996) directed by Wes Craven. Blockbuster Entertainment Award for the Favourite Actress, and MTV Movie Award for the Best Female Performance Campbell then won for the same role landed in the sequel “Scream 2” (1997). Another Blockbuster Entertainment Award Neve won was for her role in another sequel, “Scream 3” (2000). The only “Scream” franchise film which has brought only a few nominations for Neve was the last sequel “Scream 4” (2011). Regardless, all these films added significant amounts to Neve’s net worth.
Nomination for the MTV Movie Award for the Best Kiss shared with Matt Dillon and Denise Richards, Campbell received for her role of Suzie Marie Toller in the erotic thriller “Wild Things” (1998) directed by John McNaughton. In addition, Neve Campbell has landed the lead roles in a number of comedy films, including “Hairshirt” (1998) directed, co-produced and written by Dean Paras, “Three to Tango” (1999) directed by Damon Santostefano, “Drowning Mona” (2000) directed by Nick Gomez, “Investigating Sex” (2001) directed and written by Alan Rudolph and “I Really Hate My Job” (2007) directed by Oliver Parker. Furthermore, she played lead roles in other films including the feature film based upon true stories of ballet dancers “The Company” (2003) directed, co-produced and co-written by Robert Altman, the thriller film “Blind Horizon” (2003) directed by Michael Haussman, the drama films “When Will I Be Loved” (2004) directed by James Toback and “Churchill: The Hollywood Years” (2004) directed by Peter Richardson. All these roles increased the net worth of Neve Campbell considerably.
In her personal life, in 1995 Neve married the actor Jeff Colt but the two divorced after three years. In 2007, Campbell married the actor John Light, but unfortunately they divorced in 2010. In 2012, she gave birth to her first child whom she was expecting with her partner actor JJ Feild.
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Neve Campbell Quick Info
|Full Name||Neve Campbell|
|Net Worth||$8 Million|
|Date Of Birth||October 3, 1973 (age 41|
|Place Of Birth||Guelph, Canada|
|Height||5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)|
|Education||National Ballet School of Canada|
|Spouse||John Light (m. 2007–2011), Jeff Colt (m. 1995–1998)|
|Parents||Gerry Campbell, Marnie Campbell|
|Siblings||Christian Campbell, Alex Campbell, Damian McDonald|
|Partner||JJ Feild (2011–)|
|Nicknames||Neve Adrianne Campbell , Neve Adrienne Campbell , Chole|
|Awards||MTV Movie Award for Best Female Performance|
|Nominations||MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss, Teen Choice Award for TV – Choice Actress|
|Movies||Scream, Scream 4, Wild Things, The Craft, Scream 3, Scream 2, Three to Tango, Drowning Mona, When Will I Be Loved, The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride, Investigating Sex, Lost Junction, I Really Hate My Job, Blind Horizon, Relative Strangers, The Glass Man, Closing the Ring, Churchill: The Hollywood Yea…|
|TV Shows||Party of Five, Catwalk, Sea Wolf, Numberjacks, The Philanthropist, Burn Up|
Neve Campbell Quotes
- [on Wild Things (1998)] We had to be very professional. It was us sitting down and saying, “What are you comfortable with? What are you not comfortable with? What are your boundaries?”
- [on if she would return for a “Scream” film if her character was to be killed off]: Sure I would! If it’s a really good film and good fun and great for the story, why not?
- [on being compared to or included with other ‘Final Girl’ characters in the horror genre like Laurie Strode in Halloween (1978) and Nancy Thompson in A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)]: She was used as a tool within the first film in that she’s the eyes of the audience and people are constantly following Sidney’s character throughout these films and experience the films through her eyes in some way. Also, I think, the fact that she’s always been less of a victim. She’s much less the victim in this film. But even in the first one, although she was young and terrified with what she was going through, she became somewhat of a fighter.
- [on Scream 4 (2011)]: What I loved about the movie was the fact that we brought it to a new generation. You know, 11 years later, things have changed a great deal with social networking, multimedia, reality television and how people relate to fame and fortune now and YouTube and all of that … it adds something to these films that hadn’t been in there before and keeps it fresh and up to date.
- [on returning to the “Scream” series after so 11 years and how much of a challenge it was]: As an actor, I think the worst you can do is practice faces in the mirror. It’s not that challenging, to be honest. I’ve been doing this character for 15 years and they’re great films and, if I can imagine what she’s going through, it’s not a challenge to figure out how to play it.
- [on Scream 4 (2011)]: I was definitely apprehensive because we’d decided ten years ago that maybe we should stop there. But ten years later, it suddenly seemed like something that might be worth revisiting. For me, it was a matter of heading Kevin’s ideas. I thought his pitch and his concept were really good. As usual, he’s really smart, and that made my decision. … I felt we’d done such a good trilogy we shouldn’t push our luck. Then Kevin pitched me his idea and I thought, ‘This could actually be really great’. I knew it would be fun to see everyone again.
- [on Hollywood favoring sequels and remakes/reboots instead of new material]: We’re going back to versions of movies that were only out a short while ago. There are sequels and all theses prequels to all the sequels. It’s a terrible situation, it truly is. It makes me sad because there are so many great stories out there waiting to be told. Every single comic, every single book is made into a film. Do you know an author pitching a book nowadays is asked to consider whether there’s a possibility of making a film from it? So films are even limiting the kinds of books we’ll be able to read.
- [on her favorite death scenes from the “Scream” series]: It’s really chilling that people think it’s fun that she’s dying [on Jada Pinkett Smith in Scream 2 (1997)]. And just for gross fun, Tatum [Rose McGowan] in the garage [in the first “Scream”].
- Classical ballet is physically challenging. You don’t have any control over your career. You have to take instruction. You can’t talk back. You can’t have an opinion. You have to have great discipline and endurance. You have to tolerate pain. If you don’t make it within a five-year period after training, you won’t get into a company. You can’t do it after you turn 35, because your body hurts so much. If you do ballet, you have to do it all day, every day.
- (On pointe work in ballet): “You’d better love it, or there’s absolutely no point. Unless, of course, you’re a complete masochist.”
- I’m always sad I left dance. I’m just in my element when I’m in the dance world. I’m so much more content in my heart when I’m sitting on a dance floor in a studio. It sounds so cheesy but it’s just my home, it’s where I grew up, I’ve been doing it since I was 6. It makes so much more sense to me than anything else I do.
- When I look back on it now, I am so glad that the one thing that I had in my life was my belief that everything in life is a learning experience, whether it be positive or negative. If you can see it as a learning experience, you can turn any negative into a positive.
- TS has really taught me a lesson about judging people who are different. Now when I see somebody do or say something I don’t understand, I try to look beyound appearances and ask myself what makes that person tick – no pun intended. Think about it: When you keep an open mind about things that seem unusual or strange, all sorts of new understanding come to you. The world gets bigger, and so do you. [“Celebrity Diary”, Teen People Magazine, April 2000]
- (On her dance injuries): “I have got arthritis in my neck and my hips. I have had surgery on my feet. I have had snapping hip syndrome, tendonitis, shin splints, bursitis… I have had almost every injury imaginable.”
- (Asked “Was she injured during the filming of The Company (2003)): “I broke my rib three days before going to Chicago. I did the training for four and a half months getting ready to go and three days before I went, when I was really nervous to join the company and see where I stood, I broke my rib. We were learning “Funny Valentine” and because we were learning from the tape, we were doing one of the lifts wrong. He lifted me from under my ribs. So then I had to go and do it with a broken rib”.
- (“What was the most diificult time of her life?”): Probably when I was at the National Ballet School of Canada, from the ages of nine to fourteen. It’s the best dance school in the world, but an extremely competitive one, and there was a lot of pressure for a child. It had an extremely back-stabbing mentality, and there was a lot of favoritism. I wanted to be there because I wanted to be a dancer. I love to dance, and that was my dream. When you’re in that school, it means you’ve beaten out two thousand people to get there, so you’re not exactly gonna quit. But I did, at fourteen, because I basically had a nervous breakdown–I wouldn’t have been able to function had I stayed there. It was a huge decision. But I’d just about given up on my dream of being a dancer and realized that I’d completely lost myself and had no friends and was very unhappy in my life and couldn’t have continued if I’d stayed there.
- (If she could change one feature about her, what would it be?): “I have the ugliest feet in the world. But even if I didn’t dance, they would still be ugly. My toes are too big!”
Neve Campbell Important Facts
- Gave birth to her 1st child at age 38, a son Caspian Feild in August 2012. Child’s father is her boyfriend, JJ Feild.
- Has been in a relationship with JJ Feild since May 2011. They have a son together.
- Auditioned for the role of Isobel Flemming in The Vampire Diaries (2009) who eventually got Mia Kirshner.
- Filming in the UK, Churchill: The Hollywood Years (2004), co-starring Christian Slater. [May 2003]
- Once auditioned for Baywatch (1989). The casting director turned her down because he thought she was too pale.
- Returned to work 2 months after giving birth to her son Caspian in order to film her guest appearance on Grey’s Anatomy (2005).
- Was 5 months pregnant with her son Caspian when she completed filming An Amish Murder (2013).
- She was considered for the role of “Elektra” on Daredevil (2003).
- Quit smoking in 2011. Had been a smoker since the age of 14 and had unsuccessfully tried quitting several times before succeeding at it.
- Does volunteer work at the Botshabelo orphanage in South Africa helping orphaned children.
- Despite being well-known for Horror films such as the Scream series and The Craft (1996), has never been a fan of the genre and admits to not watching Horror films due to being frightened by them.
- Ex-sister-in-law of America Olivo, Denise Olivo, Corinne Olivo, and Jason Brooks.
- First name is pronounced “Nev”.
- Speaks French.
- Close friends with Charlie Condou according to Radio Times (July 2008).
- She turned to acting after quitting dance and was soon cast as the Degas Girl in “The Phantom of the Opera” starring Colm Wilkinson at Toronto’s Pantages Theater. At 16, she was at the time the youngest person ever to be cast in this production. In total, she performed in over 800 shows. It was there that she met actor Jeff Colt, a bartender at the theater. They married in 1995 in England’s Westminster Cathedral, but divorced three years later.
- Was considered for the role of Danielle Bowden in Cape Fear (1991).
- Ranked #8 on Maxim’s “Hottest Women of Horror Movies” list.
- She was March on FHM magazine’s 2005 pin-up calendar (2005).
- FHM’s 50 Sexiest Women [1995-2004] (Ranked: 35)
- Ranked as #66 in FHM’s “100 Sexiest Women in the World 2005” special supplement. (2005)
- Engaged to John Light [February 9, 2006].
- Aside from commercials and dance performances, one of her first acting jobs was on a sketch in The Kids in the Hall (1988), playing a Catholic school girl.
- Ex-sister-in-law of Erin Matthews and Liz Light.
- Official advocate for people living with epilepsy. Her cousin and best friend was diagnosed with that condition at age 18.
- In 2003, was offered the part of Velma Kelly in a Broadway production of “Chicago”, but turned down the offer in order to promote The Company (2003) in which she starred, produced and co-wrote.
- Turned down the lead roles in both Center Stage (2000) and Save the Last Dance (2001) in favor of developing her own dance movie The Company (2003).
- Has British citizenship.
- Her first name, Neve, is her mother’s maiden name. It is a name first used by her distant ancestors, Sephardi Jews who emigrated to The Netherlands in the 15th century. Neve said in an interview that despite her Catholic religion, if someone asks her if she was Jewish she would say “yes” because of her ancestry.
- Along with David Arquette and Courteney Cox, she is one of only three actors to appear in all four “Scream” films.
- Favorite horror movies are The Shining (1980) and The Changeling (1980).
- In Portuguese and Italian, her name means “snow”.
- In an interview, she said that her main beauty tip is, to keep your face looking thin, dip your face into ice-cold water, complete with ice cubes, three times for six seconds each. But she warned that she does occasionally have headaches afterwards.
- Younger brother Damian, was diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome (TS) in 1989, after Neve finished another year at Canada’s National Ballet School in Toronto. She has used her fame from Party of Five (1994) to raise awareness for the disease, participating in TS conferences and fund-raisers in Toronto and Los Angeles.
- Her mother had been an HIV/AIDS educator and counselor.
- According to Teen People magazine, the movie A Private War (2009) is said to be about actor/writer/producer Pete Antico. [April 2000]
- The Campbell family was named the “spokesfamily” of the Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada.
- She started taking taking ballet at the age of six, after seeing a production of “The Nutcracker.”
- Was originally going to be a ballerina, but quit due to accumulating injuries (she had a bunion removed from her big toe and her joints were practically worn away), so she finally gave up dance. She still works out at the bar regularly and made the movie The Company (2003) because of her love for the art.
- Formed the Blue Sphere Alliance Production Company at The Lex Theatre in Hollywood with her brother Christian Campbell and Matthew Lillard.
- At the time, she was the youngest person ever cast in “The Phantom of the Opera.” Although her role was usually that of a member of the ballet corps, she did understudy the role of Meg Giry.
- In Scream (1996), when Tatum asks the question, “If they make a movie about this, who do you think they’ll get to play you?” Dewey says, “I picture you as a young Meg Ryan, myself”. She replies, “Thanks, but with my luck, they’ll cast Tori Spelling”. Spelling wasn’t insulted and, in Scream 2 (1997), she played “Sidney”, in the movie within the movie depicting the events of Scream (1996), called “Stab”.
- Older sister of Alex Campbell.
- First came to TV screens as “Daisy” in the short-lived series Catwalk (1992) about sex, booze and Rock ‘n Roll which was somewhat modeled after the Fox show, The Heights (1992). Played alongside some other Canadian actors like Keram Malicki-Sánchez (24 (2001), ER (1994) Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997)); Nicole de Boer (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993)), and Chandra West (Jack & Jill (1999), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000)).
- Has a “no nudity” clause in her contract. But, she lifted it for her role in the film, When Will I Be Loved (2004), her first movie showing her completely nude. She also appeared nude in I Really Hate My Job (2007).
- Was a chorus girl in the original Toronto cast of Phantom of the Opera starring Colm Wilkinson.
- Appeared in the Toronto production of the Broadway Musical “Phantom of the Opera” as a ballerina (early 90’s).
- Leaving Party of Five (1994) at the end of the season. 
- In a public restroom, a fan knocked on her stall door, put a pen and paper underneath and said, “Can I get your autograph?” Campbell replied, “Can I finish peeing first?” — Cosmopolitan Magazine, October 1999.
- Her father is a drama teacher at Lorne Park Secondary School in Mississauga, Ontario.
- Revealed that at aged 14 she suffered a “nervous breakdown” which resulted in complete hairloss, and that only intensive acupunture grew it back. 
- Had to turn down the role in Rounders (1998) because in the contract it said she would have to be in Scream 2 (1997) and she wasn’t sure if she wanted to do it or not.
- Had to turn down the role in Armageddon (1998) because of conflicts with the Party of Five (1994) schedule.
- Posed for a swimsuit photo believing it to be intended for a catalogue only to see it appear on a Toronto billboard.
- Joined the National Ballet School of Canada at age 9.
- Younger sister of Christian Campbell.
- One of People Magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People. 
- Voted No.3 in EMPIRE (UK) magazine’s 100 sexiest movie stars of 1998. [October 1998]
- On People (USA) magazine’s ’50 Most Beautiful’ list. 
Neve Campbell Filmography
|House of Cards||2016-2017||TV Series||Leann Harvey||Actress|
|Manhattan||2015||TV Series||Kitty Oppenheimer||Actress|
|Welcome to Sweden||2015||TV Series||Diane||Actress|
|Mad Men||2014||TV Series||Lee Cabot||Actress|
|An Amish Murder||2013||TV Movie||Kate Burkholder||Actress|
|Grey’s Anatomy||2012||TV Series||Dr. Lizzie Shepherd||Actress|
|Titanic: Blood and Steel||2012||TV Series||Joanna Yaegar||Actress|
|The Glass Man||2011||Julie Pyrite||Actress|
|Scream 4||2011||Sidney Prescott||Actress|
|The Simpsons||2009||TV Series||Cassandra||Actress|
|Sea Wolf||2009||TV Mini-Series||Maud Brewster||Actress|
|The Philanthropist||2009||TV Series||Olivia Maidstone||Actress|
|Burn Up||2008||TV Mini-Series||Holly||Actress|
|Agent Crush||2008||Cassie (voice)||Actress|
|Closing the Ring||2007||Marie||Actress|
|I Really Hate My Job||2007||Abi||Actress|
|Medium||2007||TV Series||Debra / P.D. McCall||Actress|
|Relative Strangers||2006||Ellen Minnola||Actress|
|Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical||2005||TV Movie||Miss Poppy||Actress|
|Churchill: The Hollywood Years||2004||Princess Elizabeth||Actress|
|When Will I Be Loved||2004||Vera Barrie||Actress|
|Blind Horizon||2003||Chloe Richards||Actress|
|The Company||2003||Loretta ‘Ry’ Ryan||Actress|
|Lost Junction||2003||Missy Lofton||Actress|
|Fitzgerald||2002||TV Movie||Frances Kroll||Actress|
|Party of Five||1994-2000||TV Series||Julia Salinger||Actress|
|Scream 3||2000||Sidney Prescott||Actress|
|Three to Tango||1999||Amy Post||Actress|
|The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride||1998||Video||Kiara (voice)||Actress|
|Wild Things||1998||Suzie Toller||Actress|
|Scream 2||1997||Sidney Prescott||Actress|
|The Canterville Ghost||1996||TV Movie||Virginia ‘Ginny’ Otis||Actress|
|MADtv||1995||TV Series||Julia Salinger||Actress|
|The Passion of John Ruskin||1994||Short||Ephemera ‘Effie’||Actress|
|Aventures dans le Grand Nord||1994||TV Series||Nepeese||Actress|
|Kung Fu: The Legend Continues||1994||TV Series||Trish Collins||Actress|
|Are You Afraid of the Dark?||1994||TV Series||Nonnie Walker||Actress|
|The Forget-Me-Not Murders||1994||TV Movie||Jess Foy||Actress|
|I Know My Son Is Alive||1994||TV Movie||Beth||Actress|
|The Dark||1993||Officer Jesse Donovan||Actress|
|The Kids in the Hall||1992||TV Series||Laura Capelli||Actress|
|My Secret Identity||1991||TV Series||Student||Actress|
|An Amish Murder||2013||TV Movie executive producer||Producer|
|Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical||2005||TV Movie performer: “Down At The Ol’ Five And Dime”||Soundtrack|
|Three to Tango||1999||performer: “Hot Blooded”||Soundtrack|
|Bean Dip Explains It All||2015||TV Series special thanks – 32 episodes||Thanks|
|Reader Beware||2014||TV Series very special thanks – 2 episodes||Thanks|
|To Wong with Kung Fu: Thanks for Everything, a 6 Year Old and an 8 Year Old||2013||Short very special thanks||Thanks|
|Deadpool: A Typical Tuesday||2012||Video short very special thanks||Thanks|
|O Lucky Malcolm!||2006||Documentary||Herself||Self|
|Richard & Judy||2006||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Bigger Picture||2006||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Reefer Madness: Grass Roots||2005||TV Short documentary||Herself||Self|
|Dinner for Five||2005||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Biography||2004||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|This Morning||2004||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Open Access||2004||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|E! True Hollywood Story||2001-2004||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|The View||2004||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Late Night with Conan O’Brien||1996-2004||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Late Show with David Letterman||1996-2004||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Early Show||2003-2004||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Tinseltown TV||2004||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Last Call with Carson Daly||2004||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Charlie Rose||2004||TV Series||Herself / Herself – Guest||Self|
|101 Reasons the 90’s Ruled||2004||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|Tussen de sterren||2003||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|Mayor of the Sunset Strip||2003||Documentary||Herself||Self|
|Made in Canada, Volume 1: Best of the CFC||2002||Video||Herself||Self|
|The Rosie O’Donnell Show||1996-2001||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Scream and Scream Again: A History of the Slasher Film||2000||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|Behind the ‘Scream’||2000||Video documentary short||Herself||Self|
|Access Hollywood||1999-2000||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Conjuring ‘The Craft’||2000||Video documentary short||Herself||Self|
|Rotten TV||2000||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards||2000||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|Predators from Beyond Neptune||1999||Herself||Self|
|The Directors||1999||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|1998 MTV Movie Awards||1998||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Celebrity Profile||1998||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|Party of Five||1998||TV Series||Herself / Julia Salinger||Self|
|Maury||1998||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The 70th Annual Academy Awards||1998||TV Special||Herself – Presenter: “Journey To The Past” & “Go The Distance” songs||Self|
|1998 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards||1998||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|1997 MTV Movie Awards||1997||TV Special documentary||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|The 49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1997||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Martin Scorsese||1997||TV Special documentary||Herself (uncredited)||Self|
|Saturday Night Live||1997||TV Series||Herself – Host||Self|
|1997 MTV Video Music Awards||1997||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|The Witching Hour||1996||TV Short documentary||Herself||Self|
|Dish Nation||2017||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Chew||2017||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Entertainment Tonight||2016||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Talk||2012-2016||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Live with Kelly and Ryan||2004-2016||TV Series||Herself – Guest / Herself||Self|
|The Late Late Show with James Corden||2016||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Gone South: How Canada Invented Hollywood||2014||Documentary||Herself||Self|
|The ’90s: The Last Great Decade?||2014||TV Mini-Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|No Land No Food No Life||2013||Documentary||Narrator||Self|
|Still Screaming: Bonus Features||2013||Video documentary||Herself||Self|
|Seduced and Abandoned||2013||Documentary||Herself||Self|
|The Making of ‘Scream 4’||2011||Video short||Herself||Self|
|Film Fiend||2011||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Made in Hollywood||2011||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Still Screaming: The Ultimate Scary Movie Retrospective||2011||Documentary||Herself||Self|
|The 7PM Project||2011||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Up Close with Carrie Keagan||2011||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show||2004-2011||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|In the House with Peter Bart & Peter Guber||2011||TV Series||Self|
|Scream: The Inside Story||2011||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|The Hour||2011||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Tonight Show with Jay Leno||1997-2011||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Marilyn Denis Show||2011||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Republic of Telly||2011||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Scream Awards 2010||2010||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Alex Zane’s GuestList||2009||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Whatever Happened To?||2009||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Scream Awards 2008||2008||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|The Making of I Really Hate My Job||2008||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|ADHDtv: With Lew Marklin||2008||TV Series||Herself – Celebrity Guest||Self|
|Live Earth||2007||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|Journey of the Heart: The Making of ‘Partition’||2007||Video documentary||Herself||Self|
|Ok! TV||2017||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Heroes Manufactured||2016||Documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|TMZ on TV||2014||TV Series||Suzie Toller||Archive Footage|
|Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness||2007||TV Series documentary||Sidney||Archive Footage|
|Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film||2006||Documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|100 Greatest Teen Stars||2006||TV Mini-Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Saturday Night Live: The Best of Cheri Oteri||2004||TV Special documentary||Herself (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|I Love the ’90s||2004||TV Series documentary||Archive Footage|
|Celebrities Uncensored||2003||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Boogeymen: The Killer Compilation||2001||Video documentary||Sidney Prescott||Archive Footage|
Neve Campbell Awards
|2003||Prism Award||Prism Awards||Performance in TV Movie or Miniseries||Last Call (2002)||Won|
|2001||Blockbuster Entertainment Award||Blockbuster Entertainment Awards||Favorite Actress – Horror (Internet Only)||Scream 3 (2000)||Won|
|1998||Blockbuster Entertainment Award||Blockbuster Entertainment Awards||Favorite Actress – Horror||Scream 2 (1997)||Won|
|1998||MTV Movie Award||MTV Movie Awards||Best Female Performance||Scream 2 (1997)||Won|
|1997||Saturn Award||Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA||Best Actress||Scream (1996)||Won|
|1996||Family Film Award||Family Film Awards||Best Actress – TV||The Canterville Ghost (1996)||Won|
|2003||Prism Award||Prism Awards||Performance in TV Movie or Miniseries||Last Call (2002)||Nominated|
|2001||Blockbuster Entertainment Award||Blockbuster Entertainment Awards||Favorite Actress – Horror (Internet Only)||Scream 3 (2000)||Nominated|
|1998||Blockbuster Entertainment Award||Blockbuster Entertainment Awards||Favorite Actress – Horror||Scream 2 (1997)||Nominated|
|1998||MTV Movie Award||MTV Movie Awards||Best Female Performance||Scream 2 (1997)||Nominated|
|1997||Saturn Award||Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA||Best Actress||Scream (1996)||Nominated|
|1996||Family Film Award||Family Film Awards||Best Actress – TV||The Canterville Ghost (1996)||Nominated|