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Neve Campbell Shares Cute Story Of When Her Son Learned She's A Famous Actress

Neve Campbell Shares Cute Story Of When Her Son Learned She's A Famous Actress
May 26, 2020 - 22:04 / Lucas Anderson

Neve Campbell was too slow when it came to explaining her stardom to her young son! Read the cute story about his discovery of his mom's fame here.

Neve Campbell's 7-year-old son, Caspian, only just became aware of his mother's stardom.

The Canadian actress opened up about this fact in the new issue of People magazine. And her son's discovery actually came as a surprise to both him and his mother!

"I didn't tell him for a very, very long time until one of the parents at his school told him," Campbell began to tell People.

"He came home from school and said to me, 'Mommy, are you Neve Campbell?' It was a very strange conversation," she recalled.

Neve Campbell, husband JJ Feild and their two kids

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Campbell shares her son Caspian, 7, with her husband JJ Feild. They also adopted a son, Raynor, who's now 2-years-old.

And the popular actress, it seems, wants her fame to affect the upbringing of her children as little as possible.

But after Caspian surprisingly introduced the topic to her, Campbell decided, "I'm like, 'Okay, let's talk.' I didn't really want it to influence him in any way."

"He's seen, like, the previews for Skyscraper, but he hasn't really seen my work," Campbell added. 

Neve Campbell and J.J. Feild at the premiere of Austenland in 2013.

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Neve Campbell movies aren't exactly G-rated!

Campbell, 46, is best-known for her roles in Scream, Party of Five, and House of Cards. None of these projects would be described as kid-friendly viewing, however!

The Scream franchise is also in talks with Campbell to reprise her role in a new fifth film, which could be her first outing as "Sidney Prescott" since 2011. Even if that comes to fruition, it still might be a handful of years (or more) until Campbell's children take in their mother's prowess for horror and adult drama genre work.

Campbell's full interview appears in this week's issue of People.