Emmanuelle Vaugier got her start in episodic television with an appearance on Madison, an appearance that went on for 9 episodes. Her biggest roles to date have been that of Detective Jessica Angell on CSI: New York, Mia on Two and a Half Men, and Dr. Helen Bryce on Smallville. Born in Vancouver, Emmanuelle Vaugier grew up in a French-speaking home and went to an all-girls private school for 10 years.
Features & TV Movies: VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release
A Family Divided (TV-1995) Home Song (TV-1996) The Limbic Region (TV-1996) Hysteria (1996) The Halfback of Notre Dame (TV-1996) Shadow Warriors II: Hunt for the Death Merchant (TV-1998) The Fear: Resurrection (1998) Shapeshifter (1999)
The Beach Boys (An American Family (TV-2000) My 5 Wives (2000) The Sculptress (2000) Largo Winch: The Heir (TV-2001) Mindstorm (2001) Return to the Cabin by the Lake (TV-2001) Ripper (2001) Suddenly Naked (2001) Wishmaster 3: beyond the Gates of Hell (VR-2001) 40 Days and 40 Nights (2002) Secondhand Lions (2003) Water’s Edge (2003) Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss (TV-2004) Painkiller Jane (TV-2005) Saw II (2005) House of the Dead 2: Dead Aim (2006) Veiled Truth (TV-2006) Unearthed (2007) Demon Baby: Birthing the FX Sequence (VR-2007)
Blonde and Blonder (2007) Bachelor Party 2 (2007) Far Cry (2008) Reverse Angle (TV-2009) Dolan’s Cadillac (2009)
A Trace of Danger (TV-2010) Mirrors 2 (2010) Hysteria (2010) Where the Road Meets the Sun (2010) A Nanny for Christmas (2010) French Immersion (2011) Intervention: Cinderella (2011, short) Stolen Child (TV-2012) It’s Christmas, Carol! (TV-2012) The Wedding Chapel (2013) Susie’s Hope (2013) Ivanov Red, White, and Blue (2013, short) Absolute Deception (2013) Hidden Away (TV-2013) Clara’s Deadly Secret (TV-2013) Saul: The Journey to Damascus (2014) Teen Lust (2014) My Stepdaughter (2015) Love in Paradise (TV-2016) Heart Felt (2016) Stranger in the House (2016) His Double Life (TV-2016)
TV Series – Cast: My Guide to Becoming a Rock Star (2002) Two and a Half Men (2005-2015) CSI:NY (2006-2009)