Campbell remained with the Scream franchise for all three sequels, including 2011's Scream 4. She also stuck with the remaining seasons of her hit series Party of Five, which wrapped up its Golden Globe-winning run in 2000. Outside of those hits, however, her career's been a little patchier. She's appeared in a handful of movies, including critically acclaimed turns in Robert Altman's The Company and When Will I Be Loved. Television, though, seems to be where she truly found her footing. After a couple of guest spots and canceled TV shows—among them Medium and The Philanthropist—she's more recently landed high-profile guest spots on hit shows such as Grey's Anatomy and Mad Men. You can also currently catch her on the hit Netflix series House of Cards.
On the personal side, Campbell has divorced twice since Scream came out—first from actor Jeff Colt in 1998, then from another actor, John Light, whom she married in 2007 and divorced in 2011. She and her current partner—yep, another actor, JJ Field—welcomed a son in 2012.