Hollywood star Emily Hampshire professionally started her acting career when she debuted on Are You Afraid of the Dark? in 1994. She next performed in the miniseries The Last Don, as well as on the TV film Every 9 Seconds. Her first starring role on the small screen was as Siobhan Roy on the Canadian series Made in Canada. In 1997, she made her film debut in Dead Innocent. She next starred in the 1998 film Boy Meets Girl, followed by another role in the feature The Life Before This. In the 2000s, she landed roles in the movies Posers, A Problem with Fear, Blood, Snow Cake, It’s a Boy Girl Thing and The Trotsky.
During this period, she also made several guest appearances on TV, landed voice works, and starred in a couple of TV films. Continuing her work in the 2010s, she played recurring character Celery on Rookie Blue. She then became further known for starring as Jennifer Goines on the Syfy series 12 Monkeys. As of 2015, she also stars as Stevie Budd on the Canadian show Schitt’s Creek. In addition to her television works during this period, Hampshire also had roles in the films Die, Good Neighbors, Cosmopolis, My Awkward Sexual Adventure, All the Wrong Reasons, The Returned, Mother!, and The Death and Life of John F. Donovan.
While the Canadian actress does not follow a specific diet, she only makes it simple by just focusing on healthy foods. She’s not strict with her diet as she allows herself to eat whatever she wants, however, she does so in moderation. Most of the time, she has healthy meals which mostly are eggs, fish, chicken, oatmeal, fruits, and vegetables. She also snacks on nutritious foods such as yogurt, nuts, and fruit shakes. She doesn’t deprive herself of food and she indulges in her cravings every now and then.