Emily VanCamp is a Canadian actress best known for her starring television roles as Amy Nicole Abbott in Everwood (2002-2006), as Rebecca Harper in Brothers & Sisters (2007-2010) and as Emily Thorne (a.k.a. Amanda Clarke) in the mystery thriller television series Revenge.
She also starred in the Hallmark Hall of Fame television movie, Beyond the Blackboard, based on the book Nobody Don't Love Nobody by Stacey Bess.
She was the female lead in the ABC mini-series Ben Hur, as Esther, a strong, the love interest of Ben Hur and daughter of slave Simonides. The four-hour miniseries aired in Canada in 2010.
In 2009 VanCamp starred in the thriller film Carriers, opposite Chris Pine, Piper Perabo and Christopher Meloni.
Other film credits include The Ring 2, co-starring with Naomi Watts and Simon Baker, the Sundance Film Festival hit Lost and Delirious, A Different Loyalty, with Sharon Stone, and Black Irish, with Melissa Leo, Michael Angarano and Brendan Gleeson.
VanCamp also portrayed young Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in the mini-series 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 attended the prestigious L'École Supérieure de Danse du Québec, the official training program of Les Grands Ballet Canadiens.
VanCamp currently resides in Los Angeles.