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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. She is the third of four daughters born to Cindy and Robert Van Camp.
"It's just really funny in the moments when we're playing these absolutely absurd things. and, wanting to become a professional dancer, at the age of eleven convinced her parents to let her attend a summer training program in Montreal.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.Van Camp, 30, and Bowman, 29, sparked dating rumors in 2012 while both were working on “Revenge.” On the show, which ran from 2011-2015, their two characters played love interests who eventually tied the knot.In 2014, Van Camp opened up about her romance with Josh, telling In Style Australia, "I have a wonderful love in my life.I call him ‘wife-beater Daniel.' It's hard for my family to watch—it's also hard for them to see me in that light.
Former “Revenge” co-stars Emily Van Camp and Josh Bowman are engaged after five years of dating!
Van Camp followed this with a turn as a teenage Jackie Bouvier in the Emmy-nominated CBS TV movie Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis and a guest spot on YTV sitcom Radio Active.
The following year saw the release of her first theatrical feature, the lesbian-themed drama Lost and Delirious, in which she played a supporting role as Jessica Paré's sister, and another television guest spot on an episode of the short-lived medical horror series All Souls, where she played a hit and run victim with spinal trauma.
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.
Based on a true story, the film centers on Van Camp's character Alice, a 28-year-old assistant book editor and aspiring writer.
The young actress gained a certain amount of recognition for the role, in which her character was confronted with drugs, depression and an alienation from her family, receiving four Teen Choice Awards nominations and one Young Artist Awards nomination during the course of the show's run.