As the first TV show Van Camp has truly headlined, Revenge has garnered her a significant amount of recognition, including multiple Teen Choice Awards nominations.
Van Camp co-starred in Captain America: The Winter Soldier as Sharon Carter, a potential loyal friend of Chris Evans' titular hero and the niece of the previous film's Peggy Carter, played by Hayley Atwell.
Emily Irene Van Camp (born May 12, 1986) is a Canadian actress, 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 and its sequel Captain America: Civil War.Born in Port Perry, Ontario, to Cindy and Robert Van Camp, she is the third in a family of four girls.I can be quite serious sometimes, so laughing is key.I think it's important to be with a guy who has a strong sense of integrity. I think people who lack humility are really annoying." The actress is reportedly now in a relationship with Bowman - Us Weekly has published photos of the actor hugging Van Camp and leaning in for a kiss as they dined in Los Feliz, California on Sunday (29Jan12).Early 2007 saw the broadcast of a season 8 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode, in which her drug addict character Charlotte Truex can't recall her actions on the night her mother was murdered, and the premiere of the independent drama Black Irish, where her character Kathleen Mc Kay, the sister of lead actor Michael Angarano's character Cole, has to deal with teenage pregnancy.
Van Camp's next big role came at age 20 when Everwood creator Greg Berlanti cast her as a regular mid-way into the first season of the ABC drama Brothers & Sisters, which he was showrunning, offering her the part directly.
Van Camp experienced her big break at 15 when she was cast as regular Sam Dolan in the WB mid-season 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 ratings disappointment and was cancelled after nine episodes.
Based on a true story, the film centers on Van Camp's character Alice, a 28-year-old assistant book editor and aspiring writer.
In order to fund its post-production, the film's producers launched a crowdfunding Kickstarter campaign on June 17, 2013 which successfully surpassed its ,000 goal on July 1.
At twelve, she was accepted at the École supérieure de ballet du Québec, the training program of Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, Her character was present in one scene and spoke no dialogue, playing opposite a 17-year-old Elisha Cuthbert.