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Emily Hampshire


B: August 29, 1979 in Montréal, Québec

Emily Hampshire was born in Montreal and caught the acting bug during a performance of Les Miserables when she was only 11-years-old. She was encouraged to pursue a career in front of cameras by the vice-principal of the Catholic private school for girls she was attending. She moved to Toronto and landed roles on TV and in a handful of movies. Hampshire was part of the ensemble cast of Made in Canada that won a Gemini Award in 2001 and she went on to earn three Genie nominations for her work on the big screen. She is pictured with her 2017 Canadian Screen Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role or Guest Role in a Comedic Series for her work on Shitt’s Creek where she played the character of Stevie Budd. She plays the role of Rebecca Morgan, a governess in the 10-part gothic horror series Chapelwaite

Emily Hampshire costarred in an was an Executive Producer on the film The End of Sex, which had its World Premiere at TFF 2022.
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