If you’ve watched Mad Men or House of Cards lately, you may have noticed actress Neve Campbell. She’s been making guest rounds on the shows and has been receiving warm receptions. This fondness dates back to her earlier career when she was in her twenties. Campbell was the cute brunette who earned attention on TV’s Party of Five and later broke through by staring in The Craft (1996). Neve would later become the teen heroine Sidney Prescott. Campbell embodied the slasher movie clichés and was the lead in many Scream films. The outlandish narrative and the long-suffering Campbell endured make her a memorable centerpiece of the 90s.
Campbell’s performance potential was revealed in films like Wild Things (1998) and 54 (1999). The entire theme was dropped, and Campbell quickly went from in-demand to second-hand instantly. Except for the Scream sequel that kept her semi-in-the-spotlight. Overall, Campbell, TV appearances withstanding, is like a 90s version Kristen Stewart, with just a bit more likability.