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Biography #2 (for Brothers & Sisters)

Already with an impressive body of work in film and television, Emily VanCamp is quickly emerging as one of Hollywood's most sought-after talents.

VanCamp starred on The WB's critically acclaimed drama Everwood opposite Treat Williams and Gregory Smith. She portrayed Amy Abbott, the sensitive beauty who quickly steals Ephram's (Gregory Smith) heart.

Next VanCamp will star as Kate in the upcoming thriller Carriers for Paramount. The film, written and directed by Alex and David Pastor, revolves around four friends trying to escape a viral pandemic in the American West who discover that they are more dangerous to one another than any virus. The film also stars Chris Pine, Piper Perabo and Lou Taylor Pucci.

VanCamp recently appeared in The Ring 2, costarring with Naomi Watts and Simon Baker. Other feature film credits include the Sundance Film Festival hit Lost & Delirious, No Good Deed, with Samuel L. Jackson, A Different Loyalty, with Sharon Stone, and Black Irish, with Michael Angarano and Brendan Gleeson. VanCamp also portrayed young Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in the miniseries Jackie O: A Life Story, and was a series regular on The WB series Glory Days.

Born and raised in Port Perry, Ontario, VanCamp has been performing as a dancer since the young age of three. At 12, she moved to Montreal after being accepted into the prestigious L'École Supérieure de Danse de Québec, the official training program of Les Grands Ballets Canadiens. It was when her older sister, Katie, also a dancer, was cast as a ballerina in a film that VanCamp fell in love with acting while visiting the set.

Bio courtesy ABC for "Brothers & Sisters" (20-Jul-2008)


Biography #3 (for The Ring Two)

Emily VanCamp currently stars in the role of Amy Abbott on the WB's critically acclaimed drama Everwood opposite Treat Williams and Gregory Smith.

Born and raised in Port Perry, Ontario, Canada, VanCamp has been performing as a dancer since the tender age of three. At age 12, she moved to Montreal after being accepted into the prestigious L'Ecole Superieure de Danse de Quebec, the official training program of Les Grands Ballet Canadiens. When her older sister Katie, who is also a dancer, was cast as a ballerina in a film, VanCamp visited the set and fell in love with acting.

Soon after, VanCamp landed her first major role, portraying the young Jacqueline Bouvier in the 2000 miniseries Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis. Her other television credits include a series regular role on the WB's Glory Days, and the longform projects Dice and Redeemer.

VanCamp made her feature film debut in the independent film Lost & Delirious, which was a hit at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival. She was later seen in the independent film The House on Turk Street, with Samuel L. Jackson. She most recently starred with Sharon Stone and Rupert Everett in the drama A Different Loyalty.

Bio courtesy DreamWorks for "The Ring Two" (11-Apr-2005)


Biography #4

Actress Emily VanCamp returns to The WB as the sensitive and beautiful Amy Abbott on the Monday night drama Everwood.

Born and raised in Port Perry, Ontario, VanCamp has been performing as a dancer since the young age of three. At 12, she moved to Montreal after being accepted into the prestigious L'Ecole Superieure de Danse de Quebec, the official training program of Les Grands Ballet Canadiens.

When her older sister, Katie, also a dancer, was cast as a ballerina in a film, VanCamp fell in love with acting while visiting the set. Since then, she has amassed both television and feature film credits.

In the television miniseries Jackie O: A Life Story, she portrayed Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis at the age of 13. She also was a series regular on The WB's Glory Days. Most recently, VanCamp starred in the Sundance Film Festival hit Lost & Delirious and will be seen in the upcoming feature film No Good Deed opposite Samuel L. Jackson.

When not on the Utah set of Everwood, VanCamp continues her dance training. Her other interests include photography and yoga.

Bio courtesy Rozon Mercer Management (11-Jan-2003)


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