Written by Paul Baker | Last Updated
12 April 2011
Neve Campbell is best known for her most famous on-screen persona as the endangered heroine Sidney Prescott in the “Scream” movie series.
She spent her time frantically fighting off knife-wielding maniacs in fright masks.
After a 10-year break , she’s set to return for a fourth round of the comedy horror.
Speaking in the Irish Mail on Sunday she says “I took up the habit at 14 and smoked 30 a day. Every time I quit I thought about cigarettes
constantly. Six years ago, Allen Carr’s stop smoking book finally taught me to understand the chemical reaction that cigarettes triggered. I had to come to terms with the fact that a cigarette is a drug and I was an addict.” She adds “And there’ll be no going back.”