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Whether she dresses as a hotel waiter or skanky barfly, she’ll do whatever it takes to collect intel or poison her enemies.
An Emmy nod for Van Camp would be truly special for the actress this year as it’s the first time she’s becoming a TV Academy member.
Canadian actress who became known to television audiences as Amy Abbott on the television series Everwood and played Emily Thorne on the ABC series Revenge.
She also appeared in the 2014 film Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Van Camp’s Thorne runs the gamut from eloquently subduing her wigged-out nemesis Victoria Grayson (Madeline Stowe) to burning down an opponent’s house.
Lest we forget her most colorful trait: Throne’s unabashed fetish for disguises.
“And it was time to move on.” The actress tells us that she really had no idea what would fulfill her until about three to four months after leaving the Walker Family drama when she read the script for ,” she goes on to say. It sparked something in me that I hadn’t felt in a long time.” PHOTOS: ABC's New Season TV Shows: ' Pan Am,' ' Charlie's Angels' and More Van Camp’s new series introduces us to a dark, moody version of The Hamptons, which ends up being the perfect setting for Emily to unfurl her plans. Taking down the society’s queen bee, Victoria Grayson (played by Madeleine Stowe). “There’s quite a few takedowns, because she’s sort of setting up shop and setting this all up perfectly for the ultimate revenge, which is obviously Victoria.
Emily Irene Van Camp Emily Taurus Port Perry, Ontario, Canada She was passionate about dancing since childhood and is learning it since the age of three.She has three sisters named Molly, Katie, and Alison.In 2011 she began dating Revenge co-star Josh Bowman.Somehow, Emily is able to infiltrate the beach’s upper crust society and part of the fun for viewers watching is learning just how she did it and why this young woman feels no guilt about ruining her enemies.“I do know a lot about her history and I think we’ll delve into that as well in flashbacks,” Van Camp teases.
At twelve, she was accepted at the École supérieure de ballet du Québec, the training program of Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, and moved in with a local French Canadian family.