Fresh-faced Canadian actress Emily VanCamp won over audiences with a series of roles that gradually took her from those of bright-eyed girls to a starring role as a dark and complex young woman on a hit TV drama. With roles that included a regular character on the short-lived suspense series "Glory Days" (The WB, 2002), VanCamp was already a familiar TV presence when she was cast as Amy Abbott, the smart but vulnerable love interest for Gregory Smith on "Everwood" (The WB, 2002-05). Popular with both critics and younger fans, the actress later proved that she could hold her own against a cast of veterans in more mature subject matter when she became a new addition to the family drama "Brothers and Sisters" (ABC, 2006-2011) in 2007. Her eventual departure from the show led to VanCamp being cast as a vengeful young heroine opposite Madeline Stowe in the twisty melodrama, "Revenge" (ABC, 2011-15). Talented, attractive and eminently likable, VanCamp was more than armed with the tools necessary to forge an impressive and lengthy acting career.