Emily VanCamp is a Canadian actress born in Port Perry, Ontario. She is now 29 years old and she has been working as an actress since the age of 13. VanCamp has starred in many successful TV shows and movies that have led to an estimated net worth of $4 million.
When she was 13 years old, Emily VanCamp found an agent and started working in commercials. Soon later she landed her first television role as Peggy Gregory in the TV show “Are you afraid of the dark?”. In 2002, she was cast as a regular cast member of the TV show “Glory Days,” playing the role of Sam Dolan, a role that also marked VanCamp’s big break. In 2003, she was named one of E! Online’s “Sizzlin’ 16.”
Six months after the end of “Glory Days,” Emily VanCamp got her next big role in the TV show “Everwood,” where she played the character of Amy Abbott and for which she received one Young Artist Awards nomination in the category of “Supporting Young Actress” and four Teen Choice Awards nominations in the categories of “Choice TV Actress – Drama / Action Adventure” and “Choice TV Chemistry.” The show ended after four seasons and 89 episodes.
Later, in 2007 and at the age of 20, Emily VanCamp got cast as a regular in the TV show “Brothers & Sisters,” in which she appeared for 75 episodes. During her years in “Brothers & Sisters,” she also starred in various TV shows and movies including “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and “Norman,” for which she earned the estimated amount of $228.571.
In 2011, VanCamp took the role of Emily Thorne in the ABC drama “Revenge,” for which she earned $55.000 per episode. For her role in “Revenge” she also received two Teen Choice Awards nominations in the category of “Choice TV Actress: Drama” and one TV Guide Awards nomination. Her latest film credits include her roles in the movies “Beyond the Blackboard,” “Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier,” “The Girl in the Book” and her upcoming role in the movie “Captain America: Civil War.”