Campbell at Fan Expo Canada in September 2015.
|Born||Neve Adrianne Campbell
October 3, 1973
Guelph, Ontario, Canada
|Spouse(s)||Jeff Colt (m. 1995; div. 1998)
John Light (m. 2007; div. 2011)
|Partner(s)||JJ Feild (2012â€“present)|
|Children||1, son Caspian|
|Relatives||Christian Campbell (brother)|
I've never been opposed to nudity. I've been opposed to nudity for box-office draw.
People either know Alan Rudolph and love every single one of his films or they don't know him at all.
You're being cast for your acting ability. It's not based on the way your body functions. If you're playing a lead in a movie, it's for that character and they'll tailor it to you. In a dance company, you have to fit in a definite mold.
Dance is very, very old. With Louis XIV at Versailles is where ballet started.
Ballet is completely unnatural to the body, just being turned-out… it's not the way your body is supposed to function, so you actually train your body to be a different structure than you were born with.
If you're in a company, you're dancing from 9 a.m. till 7 in the evening, and then you go home and get in a hot tub and get some Epsom salts and try to get your body goin' again. There's no social life, no anything.
Scream was great for what it was. For a horror film, it was intelligent, it was funny, it took a laugh at itself.
Dance is certainly a sport, and they are phenomenal athletes, and they're also artists.
My issue in the past with nudity was that these scenes had been written solely for box office draw.
No matter what your choices are, you truly have no control about what people think of you.
There's something really nice about not sitting separate from the crew in some massive trailer away from the studio. To actually be there with them, it's more of a creative process.
I'm just one of those people that if I sit down to watch a horror film, I put my hands over my face and I cry a lot and I don't see half of the film because I'm too upset.
I find the most interesting and most daring scripts tend to be for independent films.
It's almost better most times to not talk in a scene. I think you can actually express a lot more without words.
There are very few dance companies in the world and you have to be phenomenal. You have to not be injured. You have to have a really strong mind to deal with the dance world. People who can do it are amazing to me. You cannot have a life outside of dance.
There's a feeling of elation that comes after getting off stage and then there's a feeling of utter sadness that comes after getting off the stage.
I love New York. I love the multicultural vibe here. Los Angeles doesn't inspire me in any way. Everyone is in the same industry, yet you feel very isolated.
The first time I ever screamed at someone was in a scene, and I'd never screamed at someone in my life.