Emmanuelle Chriqui, born on December 10, 1975, in Montreal, Canada, is a Canadian actress who is best known for her role as Sloan McQuewick on HBO’s cult-classic comedy series Entourage. In addition to Entourage, Chriqui is known for portraying Dalia, the female lead in the 2008 Adam Sandler comedy You Don’t Mess with the Zohan.
After being born in Montreal, Chriqui’s family moved to Toronto when she was two-years-old, where she eventually studied in the drama program at Unionville High School. After graduating from high school, Chriqui began her pursuit of an acting career.
Her acting career began in 1995 when she appeared in various projects on film and television such as The Donor, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, Harrison Bergeron, and Forever Knight.
Following years of bit parts and small roles, Chriqui got her big break in 2005 when she began starring in the HBO comedy Entourage alongside Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara, and Jeremy Piven.
After the conclusion of Entourage in 2011, Chriqui went on to appear in a variety of television shows and B-movies such as Cadillac Records, Elektra Luxx, Girl Walks into a Bar, 5 Days of War, A Short History of Decay, and Saint John of Las Vegas..
In 2015, Chriqui reprised her role as Sloan in the Entourage movie and in 2018, she appeared in Super Troopers 2.
In 2019, Chriqui returned to mainstream television when she began starring in the FOX fantasy-drama series The Passage.