Emmanuelle Chriqui is a Canadian actress who is adored for the portrayal of Sloan Mc Quewick in HBO’s drama, Entourage, and Dalia in ‘You Don't Mess with the Zohan.' Emmanuelle Chiriqui first appeared on the television's screen in a Mc Donald's commercial at the age of ten.
The gorgeous actress did minimum make-up and she allowed her natural beauty to shine through.Emmanuelle Chriqui and Adrian Bellani are officially boyfriend and girlfriend since 26th September 2013, however, they were dating already before they officially announced their relationship. On to “Entourage.” Who’s the sexiest guy on the set? As the party continued on into the evening, the former 'N Sync star shared a shot on Twitter of himself with Emmanuelle and his fiancé Michael Turchin, alongside the caption: 'My favorite leading lady!Listen, I just gotta tell you, E's an asshole." I was like, "Um, thanks…? HB: On the topic of love, what was it like to play Adam Sandler's love interest in You Don't Mess With the Zohan? I mean, he's an entertainer, for sure, but you expect him to be cracking a joke every three minutes.
EC: Oh my god—one of the best experiences ever, ever. When he's on he's on, and he's hilarious, but when he's trying to work and get the shot, there's no screwing around either. EC: I was 7 years old in Canada, and I played the baby ghost in this play called Listen to the Wind. EC: I'm obsessed with Gucci and Balmain, Saint Laurent and Lanvin. EC: If we're talking red carpet and actresses, I love Blake Lively and Gwyneth Paltrow. But Emmanuelle has played Sloan since 2005, and recently she reprised the role of the sexier-than-thou girl next door for the Harper's BAZAAR: Are you aware that you and Nina Dobrev look exactly alike?Emmanuelle Chriqui: That we are clones of each other? I'm so much older then her, and she's gorgeous and awesome! We keep saying we have to find something to do together, where we can play sisters. How does it feel to have been every boy's teen crush?At the Westside Theatre last week, the Montreal native was sparkly eyed and affectionate, occasionally making her points with a touch of her hand. They’re really worn in — the pocket linings hang out the bottoms, and I love that I can wear them with my flip-flops or a silky blouse and high heels. (Guys, eat your hearts out.) She graciously answered our superficial questions. The 33-year-old Moroccan Jewish beauty is making her NY stage debut in off-Broadway’s “Love, Loss, and What I Wore.” Through Sept. I love it when a man can wear, like, a T-shirt, jeans and a blazer and just throw on, haphazardly, a scarf.