Mad Men's Big Cameo: Neve Campbell. Remembering Her 5 Best Roles

UPDATED 04/14/2014 at 12:20 PM EDT Originally published 04/14/2014 at 12:00 PM EDT

Neve Campbell on 'Mad Men' - A Look Back at Her '90s Roles
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If you watched Sunday's episode of Mad Men, you probably spotted a familiar face.

Neve Campbell made an appearance on the AMC series, guest-starring as a widow who flirts with Don Draper on a plane in the season 7 premiere.

We enjoyed watching her attempts to catch Don's eye so much that we wanted to take a look back at some of her most memorable roles.

Wild Things

Campbell stars alongside Denise Richards and Matt Dillon in the 1998 crime thriller as a greedy co-ed caught up in a dangerous conspiracy.

Scream

The actress plays Sidney Prescott, a high school student and the target of a knife-wielding serial killer named Ghostface. The 1996 slasher film, which costarred Drew Barrymore and Courteney Cox, went on to be such a hit that Campbell appeared in four of the franchise's films.

The Craft

Witches, spells and curses, oh my! Campbell plays shy high school student Bonnie, who comes out of her shell after joining a group of girls with supernatural powers. After acquiring her own spell-casting abilities, Campbell's character realizes she just may have gotten caught up with the wrong crowd in the 1996 fantasy-drama film.

Party of Five

In her breakout role, Campbell plays Julia Salinger, one of five siblings, struggling to find her way after the untimely death of her parents. The hit show aired from 1994 to 2000 and kick-started the careers of costars Lacey Chabert, Scott Wolf and Matthew Fox.

The Company

Campbell puts on her toe shoes to play a conflicted ballerina in the 2003 drama, which gives an inside look at the demanding life of a ballet dancer.

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