Emily Bergl

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Emily Bergl

Born

4/25/1975, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England, UK

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Female
  • Season Two
  • Season Two
8.9
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38 votes

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Emily Bergl was born on April 25, 1975 in England. When she was six years old, Emily and her family moved to the United States eventually moved to Chicago, Illinois. She attended Glenbrook South High School, Grinnell College, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor of…more

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  • A very good actress. Can play a number of parts.

    9.5
    I have seen Emily in both film and television. She is really good at what she does. She has been performing from a young age and it seems that a lot of it has stuck with her. I have seen her in the movies Chasing Sleep, where she plays a sensitive college student, and Happy Campers where she plays a tough-as-nails camp counselor. I always enjoy watching her in whatever role she fills. It is also good to know that she devotes her time to good causes, as well. She comes off as a very industrious young woman and a hard worker.I hope that she continues to impress audiences with her talent. She is also very beautiful.moreless
  • Cute, cheeky looking Emily Bergl has proven to be a strong, professional actress in the past six or seven years that she has been active in the industry.

    10
    With her break-out role in the strange, yet possible sequel to the 1976 hit horror classic "Carrie", Bergl has put to use her wide range of talent in film and television alike. I remember the pleasing feeling of finding Emily Bergl on the "ER" season six finale as a woman, trying to rid herself of an unborn childe. What draws me most to Emily Bergl, is her strong dedication to the craft, and how she takes mostly to the stage, where she claims to be most happy. Most people who have big breaks, such as Bergl had with "The Rage: Carrie 2", blow out into a string of conceited films and usually fade in a few years. Because Bergl has taken her career cautiously, she still has yet to build up to that moment when she is universally recognized as a strong actress. The fact that she is recently in a new, innovative television drama, and appearing in an upcoming biography "Imaginary portrait of Diane Arabus" will certainly put a new turn in Bergls' career. So welcome to the big and small screen Ms. Bergl! I'm watching you maddly!moreless
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