Conchita Campbell is an actress most famous for her portrayal of the character Maia in the popular science fiction miniseries “The 4400.”
Early Life and Family :
She was born Conchita Elizabeth Campbell on October 25, 1995, in Vancouver, British Columbia to parents – A Polish mother and a Spanish-American father. As a child, her nickname was “Banana kid” because she was very active, and loved bananas! She is fluent in Polish and English and has traveled through Europe and the States.
She started out as a dancer (jazz is her favorite) and started doing television commercials at a young age.
Career and Professional Life :
In the 4400, she played Maia Rutledge Skouris, a “returned” child who has been missing for years. She hasn’t aged and comes back with an ability to predict the future. For the role of Maia, she received nominations for the “Young Artist Award” for Best Performance in a TV Series (Drama or Comedy) by a Young Actress (under 10), three years in a row.
She was nominated for her guest-starring role in the series “Supernatural” in 2008. She was in the first episode of “Bates Motel” on the A&E channel. Later, she appeared in a subsequent episode.
Conchita made two guest appearances on the Canadian CTV network’s hit show “Cold Squad” in 2003. And appeared in a TV Movie “Wilder Days” with Peter Falk and Tim Daly that same year.
Her first movie screen debut was in the indie movie “Pursued” with Christian Slater.
But her first feature film was 2006 film “Scary Movie 4.” “Scary Movie 4” was one of the highest-grossing of the “Scary Movie” franchise.
According to her Facebook and Twitter pages, she is “Alive and well” and working. Her height is 5 feet 2 inches.
I really like your acting skills. Still waiting for the next 4400…
I don’t think they are continuing
Conchita, you were robbed during 4400 both by the producers/director for inadequate mention in the series credits and in the awards…for you as a tiny human held the 2 & 1 hour programs together. I somehow doubt you were adequately paid for your efforts either. But thank you for great performances, anyway!