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The film has her playing the girlfriend of main character Norman Long, played by Dan Byrd, who pretends he is dying of cancer.Van Camp also starred in the two-part TV film Ben Hur, the latest adaptation of Lew Wallace's 1880 novel.
While on breaks from Everwood, Van Camp starred in a few film projects, including the thrillers No Good Deed and A Different Loyalty, as well as Rings, a horror short film that bridges the events between The Ring and The Ring Two, and ties directly into her appearance in the opening scene of the latter film.Van Camp remained a regular on Brothers & Sisters during the show's first four seasons, and returned as a guest for a few episodes in the fifth and final season to wrap up her character's storyline.While working on the show, she found the time to star in the independent dramedy Norman in mid-2008, which earned her awards from the San Diego Film Festival and the Breckenridge Festival of Film, her only wins to date.Followers, however, quickly spotted a brand-new ring on that finger."❤," she wrote on Instagram.While the couple has maintained a relatively private relationship, Emily has gushed about her main man on many occasions."Yes, absolutely, especially when your sisters are having babies you just want to jump on the bandwagon.Van Camp's next big role came at age 20 when Everwood creator Greg Berlanti cast her as a regular midway into the first season of the ABC drama Brothers & Sisters, which he was showrunning, offering her the part directly.
The Jon Robin Baitz-created series chronicles the lives of the Walkers, a wealthy family who owns a food company, after their patriarch dies and it is revealed he has a secret child from a long-standing affair, Rebecca Harper, whom Van Camp plays.
The actor, who was on the show for all its four seasons, approved of the way Daniel died.
In a new Instagram posted Thursday afternoon, Emily posed for a picture with her hands covering her face.
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.
To fund its post-production, the film's producers launched a crowdfunding Kickstarter campaign on June 17, 2013, which successfully surpassed its $65,000 goal on July 1.