Amelia Campbell (born August 4, 1965) is a Canadian-born, American-raised actress. She was born in Montréal but grew up in Ithaca, New York, USA. She mostly works in the theatre but occasionally makes film appearances in films. Notable roles include The Paper, My Louisiana Sky, Single White Female, and Lorenzo's Oil. It has been said by some that she resembles a younger Julie Harris.
Campbell was born in Montréal, Quebec but grew up in Ithaca, New York. She attended Syracuse University and graduated from there in 1988. She is married to Anthony Arkin (b. 1967), who is the younger brother of Adam Arkin.
In 1990, Campbell played a small role in The Exorcist III as the woman in the dream of the character played by George C. Scott. In 1992 she played roles in Single White Female, and Lorenzo's Oil She appeared in Ron Howard's film The Paper in 1994, where she played a teenage cub photographer named Robin.
In 1999 she played Patty the stage manager in the film Macbeth in Manhattan, which was filmed in one of New York City's historic theatres. In 2001 she played the role of Corinna Ramsey Parker in My Louisiana Sky, which was directed by her brother-in-law Adam Arkin.
From 2001 to 2007