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Emmanuelle Vaugier Biography and Wiki
Emmanuelle Vaugier is an actress from Canadian who has worked in both film and television. Vaugier portrayed Detective Jessica Angell on CSI in the following recurring roles: NY, Mia on Two and a Half Men, Smallville’s Dr. Helen Bryce, Human Target’s FBI Special Agent Emma Barnes, and Lost Girl’s The Morrigan. Vaugier made a brief appearance in a feature film alongside Robert Duvall and Michael Caine in Secondhand Lions. She featured as Addison Corday in Saw II, repeating her job in Saw IV, and had a supporting part in the Josh Hartnett film 40 Days and 40 Evenings.
Emmanuelle Vaugier Education
Vaugier spent ten years at Crofton House School, a private girls’ school, before moving to Magee Secondary School for her final two years of high school, which has a flexible academic program for professional and pre-professional student-athletes, artists, and musicians.
Emmanuelle Vaugier Age and Birthday
Vaugier is 46 years old as of 2022. She was born Emmanuelle Frederique Vaugier on 23 June 1976 in Vancouver, Canada. She celebrates her birthday on 23 June every year.
Emmanuelle Vaugier Nationality and Ethnicity
Vaugier is of Canadian nationality by birth. She was born in Vancouver, Canada. She is of mixed race. READ ALSO: Kelly Stables
Emmanuelle Vaugier Family
Vaugier is the daughter of French foreigners. She was raised in a French-speaking, Catholic household. Jason is her older brother.
Emmanuelle Vaugier Height and Measurements
Vaugier stands at an average height of 5 feet and 7 inches(1.70 m).
Emmanuelle Vaugier Net Worth
Vaugier has an estimated net worth of $10 Million.
Emmanuelle Vaugier One Tree Hill
She is also well-known for her role as Nicki, Jake’s ex-girlfriend, and Jenny’s mother, in the first two seasons of One Tree Hill. Mark Schwahn created the American drama television series One Tree Hill, which debuted on September 23, 2003, on The WB. The CW was formed when The WB and UPN merged after the third season, and the series was broadcast in the United States by The CW starting on September 27, 2006, until it ended in 2012.
One of only three shows during the 2003–2004 television season to reach 3.3 million viewers in its second week, the series premiered to 2.5 million viewers. Season one proceeded to average 3.5 million watchers, and the subsequent season was the most noteworthy evaluated in the series, averaging 4.3 million watchers week by week and a 1.9 Grown-ups 18-49 rating. The show was nominated for numerous awards and won two Teen Choice Awards.
Emmanuelle Vaugier Secondhand Lions
Vaugier played Jasmine in the 2003 American comedy-drama film Secondhand Lions, which was directed by Tim McCanlies.It is about a shy young boy who is sent to live on a Texas farm with his eccentric great uncles.
Emmanuelle Vaugier Supernatural
In the episode “Heart” of season 2, she played Madison. She has portrayed a variety of supernatural beings, including a fae in Lost Girl and a gypsy in Charmed, which is set in San Francisco, where Madison, a werewolf, also lives.
Madison, the protagonist of the television series Heart, was bitten by a werewolf a month before the events of the movie. Until her conscious mind reasserted itself and decided to kill those whom her subconscious regarded as a threat, she acted on instinct.
Emmanuelle Vaugier Smallville
Vaugier first gained the attention of the science fiction community when she played Dr. Helen Bryce, Lex Luthor’s love interest, on the hit WB show Smallville in 2002–2003. The American superhero television show Smallville was created by writer-producers Miles Millar and Alfred Gough. It is based on the DC Comics character Superman, which was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.
When it first started, most people liked Smallville. Christopher Reeve, who starred in Superman before his death, made two guest appearances on the show to show his support for it. With 8.4 million viewers, the pilot episode set a record for WB debut ratings. The show had ten seasons and averaged about 4.34 million viewers per episode. Season two had the most viewers, with 6.3 million. By a number of episodes, Smallville had surpassed Stargate SG-1 to become the longest-running science fiction show in North America. The show has won awards since its first season, including Teen Choice Awards and Emmys. Smallville gave rise to a young adult novel series, a bimonthly DC Comics comic book, soundtracks, and merchandise related to the series. Regions 1, 2, and 4 all have access to the ten seasons on DVD. The story continued in comic form with 22 issues of Season 11 from April 2012 to November 2013, following the series finale in 2011.
Emmanuelle Vaugier Movies
♦ 2020 – Eat Wheaties!
♦ 2017 – Destruction: Los Angeles
♦ 2015 – My Stepdaughter
♦ 2014 – Teen Lust
♦ 2014 – Saul: The Journey to Damascus
♦ 2013 – Absolute Deception
♦ 2013 – Susie’s Hope
♦ 2012 – Stolen Child
♦ 2012 – The Wedding Chapel
♦ 2011 – Where the Road Meets the Sun
♦ 2011 – French Immersion
♦ 2011 – Intervention: Cinderella
♦ 2010 – Mirrors 2 – Elizabeth Reigns
♦ 2010 – Hysteria
♦ 2010 – A Nanny for Christmas
♦ 2009 – Dolan’s Cadillac
♦ 2008 – Blonde and Blonder
Emmanuelle Vaugier TV Shows
♦ 2022 – Big Sky River
♦ 2021 – Supergirl
♦ 2020 – MacGyver
♦ 2020 – Dying for Motherhood
♦ 2019 – Magnum P.I.
♦ 2018 – Killer Ending
♦ 2017 – Rogue
♦ 2017 – Washed Away
♦ 2016 – Love In Paradise
♦ 2016 – Stranger in the House
♦ 2016 – His Double Life
♦ 2016 – Love in the Vineyard (Heart Felt)
♦ 2015 – My Stepdaughter
♦ 2015 – Mistresses
♦ 2013 – The Mentalist
♦ 2013 – Clara’s Deadly Secret