Emily Rose (actress)

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Emily Rose
Emily Rose 2013.jpg
Rose at the 2013 SDCC
Born Emily Rose
(1981-02-02) February 2, 1981 (age 33)
Renton, Washington, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006–present
Spouse(s) Dairek Morgan (2009-present)
Children Miles Christian Morgan (b. 2013)

Emily Rose (born February 2, 1981, in Renton, Washington) is an American actress.[1] She is best known for her role in the critically acclaimed Uncharted video games as Elena Fisher and for her lead role in the Syfy TV channel series Haven (2010–present).

Early life[edit]

Rose holds a degree Master of Fine Arts in Acting from UCLA. She also graduated from Vanguard University of Southern California with a degree in Theater Arts. She is the oldest of three children, with a younger sister and brother.

Acting career[edit]

Rose appeared in the unaired fourth episode of the American television show Smith, and starred as Cass in the HBO drama John from Cincinnati. She played Lena Branigan on Brothers & Sisters. She portrayed Trish Merrick, an employee of Jennings and Rall on the CBS drama Jericho.

Rose performed voice acting and motion capture for the 2007 PlayStation 3 game Uncharted: Drake's Fortune as the main female character Elena Fisher, reprised the role in Uncharted 2: Among Thieves in 2009 and again in Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception in 2011. Rose played Dr. Tracy Martin in the final season of ER and guest-starred on the January 12, 2009, episode of Two and a Half Men.

Rose plays the main character of Audrey Parker, a police woman,[2] in the Syfy TV series Haven, which was renewed for a fourth 13-episode season on November 9, 2012. Rose's character is an FBI agent sent to Haven, a seemingly tranquil seaside hamlet in Maine, to apprehend an escaped convict, which turns out to be an investigation into a mysterious death. As the story proceeds she finds herself entrenched in a decades-long town mystery and ends up quitting the FBI and joining the Haven municipal police department to assist in ridding the town of its "troubles." The series was adapted from the Stephen King novella The Colorado Kid.[3] In a rare departure for Syfy (whose production facility for nearly all of its scripted series and TV films is located in British Columbia, Canada), to maintain a sense of "place" (Maine) as much as possible but still film in cheaper Canada, the series is filmed in various locations along the south shore of Nova Scotia, and the main interiors (police station, Audrey's apartment) are shot on a soundstage in the Eleanor Pew Memorial Arena located in Chester, Nova Scotia.

Personal life[edit]

Rose married long-time boyfriend Dairek Morgan on December 6, 2009 in Washington.

On January 15, 2013, Rose announced via Twitter that she and her husband were expecting a baby.[4] The tweet included a YouTube pregnancy announcement.[5] Miles Christian Morgan was born April 29, 2013.

Filmography[edit]

TV[edit]

  • John from Cincinnati (2007), Cass – TV series, 10 episodes
  • Smith (2007), Verna – TV series, 1 episode
  • Brothers & Sisters (2007–08), Lena Branigan – TV series, 10 episodes
  • Cold Case (2008), Nancy Patterson – TV series, 1 episode
  • Jericho (2008), Trish Merrick
  • Without a Trace (2008), Anya Simonson – TV series, 1 episode
  • ER (2008–09), Dr. Tracy Martin – TV series, 11 episodes
  • Ghost Whisperer (2009), Tina Clark – TV series, episodes "Devil's Bargain"
  • Operating Instructions (2009), Rachel Scott – unsold television pilot
  • Two and a Half Men (2009), Janine – TV series, episodes "Thank God for Scoliosis"
  • Washington Field (2009), Terri Porter – TV series, 1 episode
  • Private Practice (2010), Elisha – TV series, episodes "Fear of Flying"
  • Haven (2010–present), Audrey Parker/Lucy Ripley/Sarah Vernon/Lexie DeWitt and Mara Samson – TV series lead female regular cast member
  • Harry's Law (2012), Natalie - TV-series, episode "Gorilla My Dreams"

Movies[edit]

  • Hurricane Party (2006), Precious
  • Speed Dating (2007), Melanie
  • The Orphan (2008), Elizabeth Arnold
  • The Last Page (2008), Marybell
  • Perfect Plan (2010), Lauren Baker – TV movie
  • Thanks Giving House (2013), Mary Ross; TV movie

Video games[edit]

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