Emmanuelle Vaugier

Stunning and in demand actress Emmanuelle Vaugier is perhaps best known for her role on the innovative series Lost Girl, a Canadian supernatural drama. She had a recurring role on this highly rated original show playing the role of The Morrigan, Vaugier breathes life into her vain and dangerously sociopathic character.

Vaugier filmed a co-starring role in Teen Lust, a feature film about an awkward high school student who must lose his virginity before being sacrificed by a local religious cult. The film stars Cary Elwes (Saw, The Princess Bride), Kristin Bauer van Straten (True Blood), Jesse Carere (Skins), Daryl Sabara (The Philosopher, Machete) and Annie Clark (Degrassi: The Next Generation). Blaine Thurier (A Gun to the Head) is the director of the film that he co-wrote with Jason Stone (This Is The End).

She also co-starred as Rebecca Scott, in Absolute Deception alongside Academy Award winner actor Cuba Gooding Jr., released to DVD in June 2013. Extremely busy with MOW’s, Vaugier’s projects include starring in Hidden Away as Stephanie, a young mother who fakes her own death (and her daughter's) in order to escape her abusive husband, which aired on Lifetime in July 2013.

One of the roles that Vaugier connected most with was playing a woman who rescues animals in Susie’s Hope, a role for which she won best actress at the Greensville International Film Festival in 2013. It's Christmas, Carol!, another starring role for her which won her a Leo Award for portrayal of a woman journeying through her past, present and future, with the help of her "ghost boss."  Vaugier also stars in two upcoming independent films; The Wedding Chapel and Clara’s Deadly Secret.

Vaugier is best known for her popular role as Charlie Sheen’s ex-fiancée Mia on the award-winning CBS comedy Two and a Half Men. For three seasons she also played Detective Jessica Angell on CSI: NY, leaving fans devastated when her role came to an end. In 2010, Vaugier was cast alongside Piper Perabo in the USA Network crime series Covert Affairs, where she played the recurring role of Liza Hearn, a journalist and blogger not afraid to push boundaries.

Her other television appearances include a recurring role on FOX’s action/drama series Human Target as well as guest roles on The Mentalist, Big Shots and Supernatural. She was also the new female superhero for the television pilot of the comic Painkiller Jane for the Sci Fi Channel, and had a starring role in the Master of Horror series directed by John Carpenter. Her other television credits include: One Tree Hill, Monk, the Fox Television series North Shore, UPN‘s hit series Veronica Mars, as well as Call Me, The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss, and the WB comedy My Guide to Becoming a Rock Star. She also portrayed Dr. Helen Bryce; Lex Luthor‘s wife on the WB's hit drama Smallville.

Her feature film endeavours are just as impressive: she starred in the thriller Mirrors 2, a sequel to the hit 2008 horror Mirrors, starring Keifer Sutherland. Her appearance in the film adaptation of Stephen King's acclaimed short story Dolan's Cadillac, starring Christian Slater, can be seen on DVD. She also appeared in the feature Hollywood Untitled, directed by acclaimed director and producer Mun Chee Yong. Her other credits include Saw II, Saw IV, Hysteria, produced by former L.A. Laker Rick Fox, Far Cry (Til Schewiger, Inglorious Basterds), Bachelor Party 2, Unearthed (Charlie Murphy), Secondhand Lions (Michael Caine, Robert Duvall),  40 Days and 40 Nights (Josh Hartnett), House of the Dead 2: Dead Aim and a lead role in the comedy Blonde and Blonder, which premiered in Cannes.

Off-screen, Vaugier is an avid animal lover. She actively supports animal rescue organizations through her charitable foundation The Fluffball. The Fluffball raises money for various organizations through a high end, invite only cocktail event in Los Angeles.  Emmanuelle founded the Fluffball in 2010.