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Also Known As: Emmanuelle Chiriqui, Emmanuelle Sophie Anne Chriqui Died:
Born: December 10, 1975 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Montreal, Quebec, CA Profession: actor

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Canadian actress Emmanuelle Chriqui was a regular player in North American teen features and series before gaining widespread fame as Kevin Connolly's on-again, off-again girlfriend on "Entourage" (HBO, 2004-2011). Born Emmanuelle Sophie Anne Chriqui (pronounced SHREE-kee) in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on December 10, 1975, she was the daughter of Sephardic Jews who hailed from Morocco. At the age of two years, Chriqui and her family moved to Toronto, Ontario, where she grew up in the suburb of Markham. An early interest in performing led to acting classes and her television debut in a fast-food commercial, which was followed by studies in the drama program at Unionville High School. After graduation, Chriqui moved to Vancouver, where she began working in Canadian television in 1995. Roles on series like "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" (YTV/Nickelodeon, 1990-2000) led to her American film debut in Adam Rifkin's comedy "Detroit Rock City" (1999). Prominent roles as romantic interests in such youth-oriented projects  "Snow Day" (2000) and "On the Line" (2001) preceded her breakout role as Sloan McQuewick, the long-term and long-suffering romantic interest to Kevin Connolly's "E" on the HBO comedy-drama...

Canadian actress Emmanuelle Chriqui was a regular player in North American teen features and series before gaining widespread fame as Kevin Connolly's on-again, off-again girlfriend on "Entourage" (HBO, 2004-2011). Born Emmanuelle Sophie Anne Chriqui (pronounced SHREE-kee) in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on December 10, 1975, she was the daughter of Sephardic Jews who hailed from Morocco. At the age of two years, Chriqui and her family moved to Toronto, Ontario, where she grew up in the suburb of Markham. An early interest in performing led to acting classes and her television debut in a fast-food commercial, which was followed by studies in the drama program at Unionville High School. After graduation, Chriqui moved to Vancouver, where she began working in Canadian television in 1995. Roles on series like "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" (YTV/Nickelodeon, 1990-2000) led to her American film debut in Adam Rifkin's comedy "Detroit Rock City" (1999). Prominent roles as romantic interests in such youth-oriented projects  "Snow Day" (2000) and "On the Line" (2001) preceded her breakout role as Sloan McQuewick, the long-term and long-suffering romantic interest to Kevin Connolly's "E" on the HBO comedy-drama "Entourage." During the series' run, she worked steadily in features, most notably as Revetta Chess, wife of Chess Records co-founder Leonard Chess, in "Cadillac Records" (2008) and as Adam Sandler's love interest in the comedy "You Don't Mess with the Zohan" (2008). When "Entourage" concluded, Chriqui moved largely into independent features while enjoying several recurring roles on television series: she was the illegitimate daughter of the King of Naples on "The Borgias"(Showtime, 2011-13) and played Lorelei Martins, henchman to the serial killer Red John on "The Mentalist" (CBS, 2008-2015), while also lending her voice to several animated series, including the revived "ThunderCats" (Cartoon Network, 2011-12) and "Beware the Batman (Cartoon Network, 2013-14). She reprised her role as Sloan in the feature film version of "Entourage" (2015) before returning to network television as a regular on the short-lived "Shut Eye" (Hulu, 2016-18) and the Ridley Scott-produced science fiction drama "The Passage" (Fox, 2019- )

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CAST: (feature film)

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 Super Troopers 2 (2018)
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 Steps, The (2016)
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 Entourage (2015)
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 Fort Bliss (2014)
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 5 Days of War (2011)
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 Elektra Luxx (2010)
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2006:
Played the compassionate nurse Jill in "Waltzing Anna" co-starring Robert Capelli who also co-wrote
2008:
Co-starred with Adam Sandler in the comedy, "You Don't Mess With the Zohan"
2001:
Was the female lead and love interest to Lance Bass' character in "On the Line"
2003:
Cast as Carly in the horror thriller "Wrong Turn"
2008:
Co-starred in the musical biopic "Cadillac Records"
2012:
Voiced Paige on animated series "TRON: Uprising"
2012:
Had the recurring role of Lorelei Martins on "The Mentalist"
2015:
Cast as Raffi Veracruz on "Murder in the First"
2016:
Played Gina on crime drama series "Shut Eye"
2018:
Starred in the thriller "Hospitality"
2000:
Landed starring role as love interest Claire Bonner in "Snow Day"
2005:
Began recurring role as Sloane, E's love interest, on "Entourage"
2011:
Had a recurring guest role on "The Borgias"
2011:
Voiced Cheetara on "Thundercats"
2013:
Co-starred with Emily Osment on action series "Cleaners"
2018:
Played Genevieve Aubois in comedy sequel "Super Troopers 2"
2015:
Reprised role of Sloan in the "Entourage" movie
2018:
Cast as Dr. Lila Kyle on Fox adaptation of Justin Cronin's "The Passage" trilogy
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Debuted in the syndicated series "Kung Fu: The Legend Continues"
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Landed film appearance in the independent horror film "The Donor"
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Made American feature film debut in "Detroit Rock City"
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Played a doctor on the sci-fi drama "The Passage"
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Education

Unionville High School: Markham, Ontario -

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