It just took Ontario-born Neve Campbell (whose first name means "snow" in Italian) a few forgettable TV movies and series and a couple of years of teen catalog modeling in her native Canada to get herself noticed and cast as Julia on the long-running Stateside series Party of Five. Theatrical ventures quickly beckoned, leading to starring roles in The Craft (1996), 54 (1998), and the popular Scream franchise, which often featured Neve in compromising positions--whilst wearing only her bra. Neve's deskinitive moment came in the neo-noir Wild Things (1998), where she engaged in a three-way lust session with Matt Dillon and a very topless Denise Richards. The scene did indeed find Neve taking off her T-shirt and engaging in a sensual smooch with her curvy co-starlet, but with her back all-too-obviously turned to the camera. The still-skintillating sequence raised questions about a reported "no nudity" clause in Neve's contract, a bit of legalese that many pined to see dropped and outlawed right up until the 2004 premiere of director James Toback's When Will I Be Loved. Neve opens and closes Loved with bare-breasted shower scenes. Now that's something to Scream about! Never further proved she wasn't a one-and-done body barer, once more showing off her fantastic fun bags and fanny three years later in I Really Hate My Job (2007)! Neve's knockout nerps, healthy hairpie, and Canadian backside bacon bring to mind the canned soup brand that shares her last name: "Mmm-mmm-good!"
The Outsider (2005) - as Herself
Panic (2000) - as Sarah Cassidy
Scream 2 (1997) - as Sidney Prescott
The Craft (1996) - as Bonnie