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  • Real name : Conchita Elizabeth Campbell
  • Place of birth : Vancouver
  • Date of birth : 25/10/1995

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Conchita Campbell (1995)

Conchita Elizabeth Campbell

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Conchita Elizabeth Campbell is a Canadian actress.

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Campbell was born in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is known for her role as Maia Skouris on the hit USA channel miniseries and show The 4400, on which she portrays a child who's been missing for decades and returns unaged and with psychic ability to foretell the future.

Campbell has also made two guest appearances on CTV's hit show Cold Squad. She starred on Wilder Days with Peter Falk and Tim Daly in 2003. She starred in the 2004 film Pursued opposite Gil Bellows, Michael Clarke Duncan and Christian Slater. Though she completed a small role in Bob the Butler, her scenes were deleted. Her feature film debut ultimately came with Scary Movie 4, which set the box office record for Easter weekend 2006. Campbell is fluent in both Polish and English as her mother is Polish and her father is American. She is also trained in both Ballet and Jazz.

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