Emily VanCamp Bio, Age, Husband, Movies and TV Shows

Emily VanCamp Biography

Emily VanCamp (Emily Irene VanCamp) is a Canadian actress who is known for her lead roles on The WB series Everwood (2002–06), the ABC dramas Brothers & Sisters (2007–10) and Revenge (2011–15), and as Sharon Carter / Agent 13 in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) and Captain America: Civil War (2016).

VanCamp stars as the female lead in the Fox medical drama series The Resident, which premiered in January 2018 as a midseason entry in the 2017–18 US television season.

Emily Vancamp Age

VanCamp was born on May 12, 1986, in Port Perry, Ontario, Canada. She is 32 years old as of 2018.

Emily Vancamp Family

VanCamp was born and raised by Robert VanCamp (father) and Cindy VanCamp (mother) alongside her three sisters Katie, Alison, and Molly in Port Perry, Ontario. Her father is an animal nutritionist and her first job was working for him, delivering food to clients in and around her hometown.

Emily Vancamp Husband

VanCamp began dating her longtime boyfriend Josh Bowman a Revenge co-star in late 2011. They announced their engagement on May 11, 2017. The couple married on December 15, 2018, in the Bahamas.

Emily Vancamp And Joshua Bowman Photo

Emily Vancamp Height

VanCamp has a height of 1.73 meters.

Emily Vancamp Career

In 1998, VanCamp became interested in acting after visiting her older sister Katie on the set of the film Ladies Room. She began taking acting classes on Saturday afternoons, found an agent and, after working on a few commercials, was cast in the second part of the three-part season-seven premiere of the Canadian children’s horror anthology television series Are You Afraid of the Dark?. Her role was present in one scene and spoke no dialogue, playing opposite a 17-year-old Elisha Cuthbert.

VanCamp followed this with a turn as a teenage Jackie Bouvier in the Emmy nominated CBS TV film Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis and a guest spot on YTV sitcom Radio Active. The following year saw the release of her first theatrical feature, the lesbian-themed drama Lost and Delirious, in which she had a supporting role as Jessica Paré’s sister, and another television guest spot on an episode of the short-lived medical horror series All Souls, where she played the role of a hit-and-run victim with spinal trauma. VanCamp also had roles in the miniseries Dice, which was directed by Rachel Talalay and in the TV film Redeemer, directed by Graeme Clifford, which aired in early 2002.

VanCamp experienced her career breakthrough at age 15 when she was cast as regular Sam Dolan in the WB midseason show Glory Days (known in Europe as Demontown), the third TV series from Dawson’s Creek creator Kevin Williamson. The horror mystery received mildly positive reviews, but was a rating disappointment and was cancelled after nine episodes.

VanCamp’s performance as the lead character’s younger sister caught the eye of former Dawson’s Creek writer Greg Berlanti. Her performance reminded him about Katie Holmes, and he “desperately wanted to work with her”. He cast her in his forthcoming first show, Everwood, also for the WB. VanCamp played Amy, Dr. Abbott’s daughter, who immediately forms a friendship with Dr. Brown’s son Ephram, played by Gregory Smith. A significant portion of the show was devoted to the relationships between the two families, and in particular to Amy and Ephram.

The young actress gained a certain amount of recognition for the role, in which her character was confronted with drugs, depression, and alienation from her family, receiving four Teen Choice Awards nominations and one Young Artist Awards nomination during the course of the show’s run.

While on breaks from Everwood, VanCamp starred in a few film projects, including the thrillers No Good Deed and A Different Loyalty, as well as Rings, a horror short film that bridges the events between The Ring and The Ring Two, and ties directly into her appearance in the opening scene of the latter film.

VanCamp filmed the post-apocalyptic horror film Carriers in the summer of 2006. Early 2007 had the broadcast of a season-eight Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode, in which her drug-addict character Charlotte Truex cannot recall her actions on the night her mother was murdered, and the premiere of the independent drama Black Irish, where her character Kathleen McKay, the sister of lead actor Michael Angarano’s character Cole, has to deal with teenage pregnancy.

VanCamp’s next big role came at age 20 when Everwood creator Greg Berlanti cast her as a regular midway into the first season of the ABC drama Brothers & Sisters, which he was showrunning, offering her the part directly. The Jon Robin Baitz–created series chronicles the lives of the Walkers, a wealthy family who owns a food company, after their patriarch dies and it is revealed he has a secret child from a long-standing affair, Rebecca Harper, whom VanCamp portrays.

VanCamp remained a regular on Brothers & Sisters during the show’s first four seasons and returned as a guest for a few episodes in the fifth and final season to wrap up her character’s storyline. While working on the show, she found the time to star in the independent dramedy Norman in mid-2008, which earned her awards from the San Diego Film Festival and the Breckenridge Festival of Film, her only wins to date. The film has her playing the girlfriend of main character Norman Long, played by Dan Byrd, who pretends he is dying of cancer. VanCamp also starred in the two-part TV film Ben Hur, the latest adaptation of Lew Wallace’s 1880 novel.

Emily Vancamp Net Worth

Vancamp’s net worth is estimated to around 8 million dollars.

Emily Vancamp Movies

Year
Title
Role
2001
Lost and Delirious
Allison Moller
2002
No Good Deed
Connie
2004
A Different Loyalty
Jen Tyler
2005
Rings
Emily
2005
The Ring Two
Emily
2007
Black Irish
Kathleen McKay
2009
Carriers
Kate
2010
Norman
Emily Harris
2014
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Sharon Carter / Agent 13
2015
The Girl in the Book
Alice Harvey
2016
Captain America: Civil War
Sharon Carter / Agent 13
2016
Boundaries
Emily Price

Emily Vancamp TV Shows

Year
Title
Role
2000
Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis
Jackie Bouvier
2000
Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Peggy Gregory
2000
Radio Active
Becky Sue Drummond
2001
All Souls
Kirstin Caine
2001
Dice
Johanna Wilson
2002
Redeemer
Alana
2002
Glory Days
Sam Dolan
2002–06
Everwood
Amy Abbott
2007
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Charlotte
2007–10
Brothers & Sisters
Rebecca Harper
2010
Ben Hur
Esther
2011
Beyond the Blackboard
Stacey Bess
2011–15
Revenge
Emily Thorne / Amanda Clarke
2014
Marvel 75 Years: From Pulp to Pop!
Host
2018–present
The Resident
Nicolette “Nic” Nevin

Emily Vancamp Awards

Year
Award
Category
2003
Teen Choice Awards
Choice TV Actress – Drama / Action Adventure
2004
Teen Choice Awards
Choice TV Actress – Drama / Action Adventure
2004
Young Artist Awards
Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Supporting Young Actress
2005
Teen Choice Awards
Choice TV Actress: Drama
2005
Teen Choice Awards
Choice TV Chemistry (shared with Gregory Smith)
2005
Prism Awards
Performance in a Drama Series Episode
2008
Gold Derby Awards
Ensemble of the Year
2010
Breckenridge Festival of Film
Best Ensemble Cast
2010
San Diego Film Festival
Best Actress
2011
ACTRA Awards
Outstanding Performance – Female
2012
NewNowNext Awards
Next Mega Star
2012
Teen Choice Awards
Choice TV Actress: Drama
2012
TV Guide Awards
Favorite TV Couple (shared with Josh Bowman)
2013
Teen Choice Awards
Choice TV Actress: Drama
2015
People’s Choice Awards
Favorite Dramatic TV Actress
2016
Teen Choice Awards
Choice Movie: Liplock (shared with Chris Evans)

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