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Emily Wickersham is a Actor American born on 26 april 1984

Emily Wickersham

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Birth name Emily Kaiser Wickersham
Nationality USA
Birth 26 april 1984 (40 years)

Emily Wickersham is an American actress best known for her role as Eleanor Bishop on NCIS.

Biography

Wickersham, who has Austrian and Swedish ancestry, was born in Kansas but grew up in Mamaroneck, New York. She married musician Blake Hanley on November 23, 2010, on Little Palm Island in the Florida Keys.

Usually with

Ross Katz
Ross Katz
(1 films)
Adam Brooks
Adam Brooks
(1 films)
Ann Dowd
Ann Dowd
(2 films)
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Filmography of Emily Wickersham (8 films)

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Actress

Gone
Gone (2012)
, 1h34
Directed by Heitor Dhalia
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller
Themes Serial killer films
Actors Amanda Seyfried, Daniel Sunjata, Jennifer Carpenter, Wes Bentley, Sebastian Stan, Kate Moennig
Roles Molly Conway
Rating59% 2.954072.954072.954072.954072.95407
Jillian "Jill" Conway (Amanda Seyfried) lives in Portland, Oregon with her sister Molly (Emily Wickersham), a college student. Much earlier, Jill was kidnapped by a brutal serial killer who put her in a deep vertical hole somewhere in Portland's 5100 acre Forest Park. Jill found human remains, used one of the bones to stab her abductor, and escaped from the hole, using his rope ladder. When the Portland police are unable to find the hole, and discover that Jill had been committed to a psychiatric institution after her parents' death, they believe the abduction only happened in Jill's head, and send Jill back to a psychiatric facility.
I Am Number Four, 1h49
Directed by D.J. Caruso
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Action, Adventure
Themes L'adolescence, Films about education, Films about children, Films based on science fiction novels, L'enfance marginalisée, Films about extraterrestrial life, Films about school violence
Actors Alex Pettyfer, Timothy Olyphant, Teresa Palmer, Dianna Agron, Callan McAuliffe, Kevin Durand
Roles Nicole
Rating61% 3.0507053.0507053.0507053.0507053.050705
John Smith (Alex Pettyfer) is an alien from the planet Lorien. He was sent to Earth as a child with eight others to escape the invading Mogadorians, who destroyed Lorien. Here, John is protected by a Cepan, or guardian, Henri (Timothy Olyphant). Together, they live in a beach-side bungalow in Florida.
Remember Me, 1h53
Directed by Allen Coulter
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Romantic drama, Romance
Themes Films based on the September 11 attacks, Films about terrorism, Disaster films, Films about hijackings
Actors Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Ravin, Chris Cooper, Lena Olin, Pierce Brosnan, Martha Plimpton
Roles Miami Blonde
Rating70% 3.5499353.5499353.5499353.5499353.549935
In 1991 in New York City, 11-year-old Alyssa "Ally" Craig is waiting with her mother for the subway on the F Line at 18th Avenue and McDonald Avenue. Suddenly, the pair are mugged by two young men who then shoot her mother before boarding the train. Ally is left scarred by the events and refuses to travel by subway again.
How I Got Lost
Genres Drama
Actors Rosemarie DeWitt, Jill Flint, Aaron Stanford, John Pierson, Emily Wickersham
Roles Taylor
Rating52% 2.615272.615272.615272.615272.61527
The story involves a young disillusioned banker (Aaron Stanford) as seen through the eyes of his sportswriting best friend (Jacob Fishel), who has emotionally withdrawn since September 11, 2001 and the end of his post-9/11 relationship. When the two decide to leave town, the film becomes a road movie about the hidden gifts of getting lost.
Taking Chance, 1h17
Directed by Ross Katz
Origin USA
Genres Drama, War, Historical
Themes Political films, United States Armed Forces in films
Actors Kevin Bacon, Tom Aldredge, Mike Colter, Nicholas Art, Blanche Baker, Guy Boyd
Roles Kelley Phelps
Rating73% 3.697753.697753.697753.697753.69775
The film opens on a black screen, with white letters describing the date and place, as we hear radio chatter about a "suspicious vehicle" followed by the sound of an explosion and gunfire. We then cut to see two Marines driving, wearing dress blue uniforms, to an unmarked house in the middle of the night and knocking on the door. Finally we cut to Lt. Colonel Michael Strobl (played by Kevin Bacon) searching on his computer the casualty report for the Middle East. After a couple clips of Michael running through the woods, service members' coffins getting put into an airplane, and some driving. We find the Lt. Col. at work giving a presentation to several other Marines. Then the Lt. Col. makes his way home with his family for a short while, then the camera cuts to five Marines in woodland MarPat camouflage taking US Flag draped coffins off of an airplane in the rain. After a short clip of the Lt. Col. eating dinner with his family, we find him looking at the casualty report yet again but this time he writes down some information. The movie then cuts to him in an interview with a higher ranking Marine and he asks to escort a Marine named PFC (Private First Class) Chance Phelps. He says it is because the PFC is from his hometown, then we see him discuss his choice with his wife. After he explains that he is doing this only because the PFC is from his hometown and has no other meaning, the film cuts to several people doing medical procedures on a dead body which one can assume to be PFC Phelps. After the morticians are shown, the film then cuts to the Lt. Col. leaving and telling his wife goodbye.
Definitely, Maybe, 1h52
Directed by Adam Brooks
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Actors Ryan Reynolds, Isla Fisher, Abigail Breslin, Elizabeth Banks, Rachel Weisz, Kevin Kline
Roles 1998 Intern
Rating70% 3.5488453.5488453.5488453.5488453.548845
Will Hayes (Ryan Reynolds) is a 38-year-old father who is in the midst of a divorce. After her first sex-ed class, his 10-year-old daughter Maya (Abigail Breslin) insists on hearing the story of how her parents met. Will gives in, but decides to change the names and some of the facts relating to the various love affairs of his youth, thereby creating a love mystery; Maya is left guessing which of the women will turn out to be her mother. The story he tells Maya is depicted in long flashbacks. From time to time the film switches back to the present, where Maya comments (often disdainfully) and asks questions.
Gardener of Eden, 1h28
Directed by Kevin Connolly
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Superhero films
Actors Lukas Haas, Erika Christensen, Giovanni Ribisi, Jerry Ferrara, Jon Abrahams, Ann Dowd
Roles Kate
Rating59% 2.995422.995422.995422.995422.99542
Adam Harris (Haas), a twenty-something college dropout, returns to his hometown, the fictional "Bickleton" in New Jersey, and moves back in with his parents. Lacking real direction in his life, Adam spends his time working at a local deli and hanging out with his equally unambitious friends. Adam soon finds himself unemployed and cut off by his friends.
Mitch Albom's For One More Day
Directed by Lloyd Kramer
Genres Drama
Actors Michael Imperioli, Ellen Burstyn, Scott Cohen, Alice Drummond, Samantha Mathis, Emily Wickersham
Roles Maria Benetto Lang
Rating56% 2.803262.803262.803262.803262.80326
The film is the story of a broken-down former baseball player, Charley Benetto (Imperioli), who is now divorced and estranged from his own daughter, on the verge of a suicide who gets to spend one more day with his estranged departed mother (Burstyn), whom he had blamed for leaving his father. Throughout the course of the movie, she takes him to various points in his life and he learns what actually was going on to get a truer picture of his life.