Fair, with dark hair, and a youthful, freckle-faced innocence, Canadian actor Christian Campbell did resemble his younger sister (Neve Campbell, of "Party of Five" fame), but had a multifaceted career all his own, active on stage and screen, and undertaking the duties of actor, director and producer. Campbell started his television career close to home, with a recurring role on the edgy Toronto-filmed CBC teen drama series "Degrassi High" (aired in the USA on PBS). He also starred in the early 20th Century children's adventure film "City Boy", lensed in Vancouver and aired on PBS as a WonderWorks Family Movie in 1994. The following year Campbell played a teen who, in a bid to win a contest, poses himself and his single mother along with his best friend and her single father as an ideal family in the ABC telefilm "Picture Perfect". 1996 saw the actor with a featured role in the NBC's "Seduced by Madness: The Diane Borchard Story" starring as one of three students coaxed into murder by their well-liked high school teacher (Ann-Margret) and two years later he was featured in the NBC thriller "I've Been Waiting For You", a tale of witchcraft. Campbell's guest series work includes a role in a 1993 episode of the ABC comedy "Jack's Place" and a 1995 recurring supporting part in "TekWar", a Sci-Fi Channel series based on William Shatner's genre novels. Campbell won a regular role on Aaron Spelling's drama "Malibu Shores" (NBC, 1996), starring as Teddy, a young man who tries to solve his home life problems with arson, but who emerges as an honest and loyal friend, one of the more likable characters on the ill-fated program.