Neve Campbell Signs With Paradigm, Talks Motherhood

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Neve Campbell has signed with Paradigm, a leading entertainment talent agency, which guides the careers of actors, musical artists, directors, writers and producers.

The Scream actress has had a successful career, especially in the horror genre.

Before the success of the Scream Franchise, Campbell had her first big break in the Fox drama Party of Five, followed by the 1996 teen horror classic, The Craft.

Next came the starring role in the Wes Craven Scream franchise, playing Sidney Prescott in Scream, Scream 2, Scream 3 and Scream 4.

Campbell, who gave birth to son Caspian in 2012, said her Party of Five gig prepared her well for motherhood.

“Our parents were dead [on the series],” she said. “Party of Five was good for family values. In that sense, it taught me a few things.”

According to Campbell, being a mother is one of the most beautiful accomplishments of her life.

“There’s so much that’s so beautiful,” she said. “Waking up to him every morning with that smile and innocence and creative energy is beautiful.”

Other notable films for the Canadian-born actress include Wild Things, 54, Panic, Three To Tango, and When Will I Be Loved, and she lent her voice as Simba's daughter in the animated sequel to The Lion King, The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride.

Recent television appearances include roles in Grey’s Anatomy, Mad Men, The Simpsons, and Medium.

She will soon star with Milo Ventimiglia and William H. Macy in Walter.

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