Emily VanCamp is a Canadian actress who hasa net worth of $4 million and salary per episode of $55,000. From that point, she branched out into movie roles, appearing in such endeavors as “Lost and Delirious”, “Redeemer”, and “A Different Loyalty”. In 2002, she started appearing in the series that might bring her widespread recognition, playing Amy Abbott on “Everwood”. The most popular show ran for four years.
Emily VanCamp Net Worth $4 Million Dollars
Since that time, she’s gone back and forth between picture and television work, appearing in such movies as, “The Ring Two”, “Black Irish”, “Norman”, and “Beyond the Blackboard”, and such television projects as “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit”, “Brothers and Sisters”, and “Ben Hur”. The now stars on the television series, “Revenge”, as Emily Thorne/Amanda Clarke.
May 12, 1986
Port Perry, Canada
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Actor, Ballet Dancer, Photographer
Robert VanCamp, Peyton VanCamp
Katie VanCamp, Alison VanCamp, Molly VanCamp
Glamour Award for International TV Actress
Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Liplock, Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actress - Drama/Action Adventure, People's Choice Award for Favorite Dramatic TV Actress, Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Chemistry
Boundaries, Captain America: Civil War, The Girl in the Book, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Beyond the Blackboard, Norman, Carriers, Black Irish, The Ring Two, Rings, A Different Loyalty, Lost and Delirious
Revenge, Brothers & Sisters, Everwood, Glory Days, Ben Hur
I felt like I was stuck in a rut playing the same thing. I promised myself after leaving Brothers & Sisters (2006) that I would only do something that made me happy, that excited me, that was different. I wasn't going to compromise my creative integrity just for money, or to stay relevant.
I wouldn't have labeled myself a girl-next-door. I just think I had the look to play those characters. I was a good kid, but I definitely had my moments of rebellion.
It should be illegal for people to stalk you with cameras. It's really invasive. How do you enjoy a moment? I see how people spiral out of control.
They could've hired someone with a bigger name and banked on that for Revenge (2011). They took a chance on me, and it's brought on a whole new collection of opportunities.