Emmanuelle Vaugier is having a great month of July 2014. She is part of one of the biggest events of the summer, Comic Con in San Diego where she will be representing her hit series "Lost Girl" and a movie that she filmed in 2013, "Susie's Hope" will be seen throughout the United States on UPtv.
She has been keeping a relatively low profile in 2014 as she appeared on two episodes of "Lost Girl" and starred in the movie "Saul: The Journey to Damascus" and just finished filming the movie "Teen Lust" that is due out later in 2014.
However her time 'under the radar' is about to end as entertainment fans on social media are enthused about her appearance at booth 180 of Comic Con and this is only going to enhance her popularity prior to the showing of "Susie's Hope". The movie was a great project for Emmanuelle Vaugier as she was able to show her acting range in a leading lady role. Her character overcomes significant physical and mental trauma and shows strength, forgiveness and courage in overcoming a past incident.
This Canadian born beauty is an actress who too often is not given credit for her considerable acting talents but this film is one that showed her in a different 'perspective' and has earned critical acclaim from various film festivals and fans.
The fact that this movie has been selected to be shown 'nationwide' is not something to be discounted, especially considering the impact a role such as this can have on an actress' career.
Emmanuelle Vaugier for the majority of her career has been known as the talented, beautiful supporting actress but that definition may soon change to an actress of leading lady talent when her fans and television viewers get to see her as the leading lady in the movie "Susie's Hope".