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Emilie de Ravin stars in "Lost" on ABC as Claire Littleton.

Emilie de Ravin first garnered the attention of international audiences with her performance on the popular television series, "Beastmaster: The Legend Continues." Within one month of moving to Los Angeles from her home in South Melbourne, Australia, she landed the series regular role of Tess Harding on "Roswell." Soon after, she starred in the television remake of Stephen King's classic horror film, "Carrie." She also recurred on the
Emilie de Ravin in "Lost"
Emilie de Ravin Lost
series "The Handler," opposite Joe Pantoliano.

Emilie was recently seen in the lead role of the feature film "Santa's Slay," produced by Brett Ratner, as well as in "Brick," opposite Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

Emilie's rising stardom is built upon many years of performance experience and intensive training. She has studied ballet since the age of nine, and at the age of 15 was accepted into the prestigious and highly selective Australian Ballet School. She performed in productions of the Australian Ballet Company, as well as Danceworld 301.



EMILIE DE RAVIN: FACTS

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Age: 32 years old
Birthday: December 27, 1981
Height: 5' 2"
Nickname: Em
Birthplace: Mount Eliza, Victoria, Australia
Hometown: South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Husband: Josh Janowicz (6/28/2006, filed for divorce)





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