|Born||1987/1988 (age 30–32)|
Life and career
Gatien was born in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. She is of half german descent on her dad's side.  She began performing at the age of four. She trained for a number of years in dance and musical theater. She was discovered at a model/talent convention and had a number of opportunities in Asia.
In 2009, Gatien played Mia Dearden in two episodes of Smallville. Her other television credits include Supernatural, Bionic Woman, Eureka, The Guard, and roles in the films In the Land of Women and Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief.
In 2010, Gatien was cast as CJ Ward in the Cartoon Network live-action series Tower Prep. She was cast in The CW's 2012 pilot The Selection based on books written by Kiera Cass; however, the pilot was not picked up to series. In 2015 Gatien played the starring role of Jamie in the 1980s horror homage film Lost After Dark.
|2007||In the Land of Women||Tiffany|
|2008||Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief||Courtney Sterling||Video|
|2012||Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days||Madison|
|2015||Lost After Dark||Jamie|
|2006||The Obsession||Erika Matthews||TV film|
|2007||Eureka||Megan||Episode: "Duck, Duck Goose"|
|2007||Bionic Woman||Anne Corvus||Episode: "Sisterhood"|
|2009||The Guard||Megan||Episode: "Out of the Woods"|
|2009–2010||Smallville||Mia Dearden/Speedy||Episodes: "Crossfire", "Disciple"|
|2010||Supernatural||Kristen||Episode: "Live Free or Twihard"|
|2010||Tower Prep||Candace "CJ" Ward||Main role|
|2011||The Haunting Hour: The Series||Stella||Episode: "The Red Dress"|
|2011||Level Up||Heather||TV film|
|2012||The Secret Circle||Elizabeth Meade||Episode: "Prom"|
|2012||The Selection||May||Unsold TV pilot|
|2013||Restless Virgins||Heather||TV film|
|2014||Spooksville||Kelsey||Episode: "Shell Shock"|
|2014||The Tomorrow People||Sophie Coburn||Episode: "Endgame"|
|2015||iZombie||Corinne||Episodes: "The Exterminator", "Liv and Let Clive", "Dead Air"|
|2015||Unreal||Rita||Episodes: "Return", "Relapse"|
|2015||Perfect Match||Lucy||TV film|
|2015||Sorority Murder||Natalie Swanson||Television film|
|2015||Christmas Truce||Lilly||TV film|
|2016||Motive||Paige Lytton||Episode: "Foreign Relations"|
|2016||Love on the Sidelines||Ava Holland||TV film|
|2017||Ghost Wars||Maggie Rennie||Recurring|
|2018||Secret Millionaire||Candice||TV film|
- Brian Baker (Fall 2011). "UMM Spotlight Elise Gatien" (jpg). UMM magazine. p. 27. Retrieved August 7, 2016.
Now 23, Gatien...
- "Let's celebrate all of our city's talented people". The Daily News. Kamloops, British Columbia. July 23, 2012. Retrieved August 7, 2016.
Then there's actress Elise Gatien, who has starred in episodes of the TV series Smallville, Bionic Woman, Eureka, and The Guard. She also appears in the upcoming feature film Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days.
- Elise Gatien at Poptower.com
- Etan Vlessing (May 28, 2010). "CW's 'Carrie Diaries,' 'Arrow,' 'Cult,' 'First Cut,' 'Beauty and the Beast' Ordered to Series". The Hollywood Reporter. Associated Press. Retrieved August 6, 2016.
...and "Tower Prep," which stars Drew Van Acker, Ryan Pinkston, Elise Gatien and Dyana Lui.
- Brian Lowry (October 16, 2010). "Review: 'Tower Prep'". Variety. Retrieved August 6, 2016.
- Dawn C. Chmielewski (September 19, 2010). "Teens find mystery and mayhem in 'Tower Prep'". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved August 6, 2016.
Archer's prospective love interest, CJ Ward (Elise Gatien), has the uncanny ability to read people's emotions.
- Lesley Goldberg; Lacey Rose (May 11, 2012). "CW's 'Carrie Diaries,' 'Arrow,' 'Cult,' 'First Cut,' 'Beauty and the Beast' Ordered to Series". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved May 12, 2012.
- Philip David Morton (October 29, 2015). "Review: Lost After Dark". The Huffington Post. Retrieved August 6, 2016.
The ensemble cast puts in some great performances, notably Robert Patrick (Terminator 2, Sons of Liberty), Justin Kelly as Sean, Elise Gatien as Jamie, and David Lipper...
- Kathryn Shattuck (October 30, 2009). "What's On Today". The New York Times. Retrieved August 6, 2016.
- Kathryn Shattuck (January 29, 2010). "What's On Today". The New York Times. Retrieved August 6, 2016.