Emmanuelle Chriqui continues to build upon her career in film and television. She starred alongside Adam Sandler in Columbia Pictures comedy "You Don't Mess with the Zohan," as well as Adrien Brody in "Cadillac Records." Recently, she completed production on Renny Harlin's "Georgia" opposite Andy Garcia. Chriqui can be seen in the independent film "Saint John of Las Vegas" opposite Steve Buscemi as well as director Sebastian Gutierrez's "Electra Luxx" the comedy follow-up to "Women In Trouble" in which Chriqui also starred in with Carla Gugino
On television, she continues to reprise her role as Sloan on the HBO Comedy series "Entourage" opposite Kevin Connolly.
Born in Montreal and raised in Toronto , upon arriving in LA, Chriqui quickly made a name for herself in the states, landing roles in New Line Cinema's "Detroit Rock City," Paramount/Nickelodeon's "Snow Day" and the cult favorite "100 Girls." It was Miramax's "On the Line," however, that provided Chriqui with her first leading role in a studio film. Her other film roles include "Wrong Turn," "In The Mix," "Rick," "Waiting," "The Crow: Wicked Prayer," and "Tortured." On the small screen, she had recurring roles on both The O.C. and the HBO series Unscripted, a series from George Clooney and Steven Soderbergh.
Emmanuelle, along with Robin Wright Penn, Emile Hirsch, and Joel Madden, helped launch RAISEHOPEFORCONGO.ORG with respected humanitarian John Prendergast.
She currently splits her time between Los Angeles and New York.