Emmanuelle Vaugier Biography 1976-
Born and raised in Canada, Emmanuelle Vaugier spent her formative years at an all-girls private school, where her passion for performing and her seemingly innate talent were discovered early on. Her entry into the entertainment industry came when she began working as a teenage model, and it wasn’t long before Emmanuelle began taking tentative steps as an actress. She made her professional debut in 1995 with a small role in the NBC made-for-television movie A Family Divided, in which she appeared alongside industry veterans Faye Dunaway and Stephen Collins.
Over the next several years, Emmanuelle appeared in a host of television shows and movies. She became a familiar face among Canadian viewers thanks to recurring roles on shows such as Madison and Higher Ground, which also starred a young Hayden Christensen.
Emmanuelle’s level of fame increased exponentially in 2002 when she took on a role opposite Josh Hartnett and Shannyn Sossamon in the sex comedy 40 Days and 40 Nights. She has since popped up on a variety of popular television shows, such as Smallville, One Tree Hill and Two and a Half Men.
If Emmanuelle continues her trend of appearing in such horror flicks as House of the Dead II: Dead Aim (2005) and Saw II (2005), she certainly has the potential to pick up where Jamie Lee Curtis left off and become a contemporary Scream Queen.
In 2006, she punched the clock on the films Unearthed and Blonde and Blonder, which stars Pamela Anderson and Denise