On October 3, 1973 Neve Campbell was born.
The Canadian actress first rose to prominence in the 1990s on the television series, “Party of Five,” portraying Julia Salinger. Furthermore, her movie career escalated with roles in such cult hits as 1996’s “The Craft” and 1998’s “Wild Wings.”
Arguably, her most defining role is that of Sidney Prescott in the horror film series “Scream,” directed by famed horror maven Wes Craven, and written by Kevin Williamson. The “Scream” series launched Campbell into international stardom, as well as giving her the title of a “Scream Queen.”