Canadian-born beauty Emmanuelle Chriqui toiled for years in minor roles before breaking out as a fan favorite on television as a scene stealer on the hit industry series, "Entourage" (HBO, 2004-11). Having performed in theater from the age of 10, Chriqui began landing small roles in Canadian-filmed productions like "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" (Nickelodeon, 1992-96). Minor parts in projects like "Detroit Rock City" (1999) eventually led to larger, albeit forgettable, roles in the romantic comedy "On the Line" (2001) and the slasher movie "Wrong Turn" (2003). The fabled "big break" finally came when she was brought onboard "Entourage" as Sloane, the tempestuous love interest of the show's resident good guy, Kevin Connelly. It also led to frequent appearances by the exotic starlet in the pages of men's magazines like Stuff and Maxim, usually citing her as one of Hollywood's most desirable women. More feature film work came her way in the form of the Adam Sandler comedy "You Don't Mess with the Zohan" (2008) and the R&B music industry biopic "Cadillac Records" (2008). Post-"Entourage" she picked up another recurring role on cable TV in the historical drama series "The Borgias" (Showtime, 2011-13) and branched out into voice acting on the animated sci-fi adventure "TRON: Uprising" (Disney XD, 2012-13). As versatile as she was gorgeous, Chriqui remained one of film and TV's most desirable actresses.