October 08, 1968
North Carolina, USA
Is it the long blonde hair, the sexy Southern accent, the
curvaceous body, or perhaps the way she handles weapons like
she means business on CSI: Miami? It doesn't matter, Emily's
easy on the eyes and there's something comforting about her
that makes us feel like we stand a chance.
For more than a
decade, Emily Procter made her way through the Hollywood trenches
with work as an extra and other non-glamorous roles. But why
is she famous? She was Ainsley Hayes, a recurring character
on The West Wing, and now stars as Calleigh Duquesne on the
CBS hit show, CSI: Miami.
Genre: Drama /
Runtime: 96 min
Never before has one invention given America such
Summary: We follow the two Texas doctors
who invented the modern breast implant and its sugical
procedure. However, when success and money come their
way, they split up and follow different paths. One
becomes the surgeon of the everyday woman while the
other's career freefalls and has to settle with strippers
and actresses. The film covers their history, and
their invention's, from the sixties until today.
Schwimmer puts aside his likability for this movie
about breast implant pioneers. He does a great job
as a money-hungry, publicity seeking plastic surgeon
with no ethics, no morals, and ultimately, no soul.
Chris Cooper, as the member of the partnership team
with some little conscience, is equally despicable
and equally funny. The 70s references are painfully
accurate and anyone who lived then will wince in recognition.
A good, if not great, dark comedy, worth seeing just
to see David Schwimmer playing a self-centered jerk.
By the time his final scene rolls around, you'll cheer
for his exit. Overall, not bad ; some sharp commentary,
and funny more often than not.
C.S.I.: Miami star Emily Procter unbuttoning and opening
her shirt to reveal her nice breasts.
Her father, William, was a general practitioner. Her
mother, Barbara, was a volunteer. They divorced when
Emily was 2.
journalism and dance at East Carolina University. Upon
graduation she worked as the weather girl at the Geenville
CBS affiliate. She then moved to LA, where her father
paid for 2 years of acting lessons.
volunteer work at All Saints' Episcopal Church soup
kitchen in Beverly Hills.
journalism at University
Alpha Delta Pi sorority at ECU
"It's not a bad idea to be single, so I can concentrate
on my job."
Emily Procter - Filmography
Below is a complete filmography
(list of movies she's appeared in)
"C.S.I.: Miami" (2002) TV Series .... Calleigh
Submerged (2001) (TV) .... Frances Naquin
"West Wing, The" (1999) TV Series .... Ainsley
Forever Fabulous (2000) .... Tiffany Drawl
Big Tease, The (1999) (as Emily Proctor) .... Young
Body Shots (1999) .... Whitney Bryant
Guinevere (1999) .... Susan Sloane
Family Plan (1998) .... Julie Rubins
Breast Men (1997) .... Laura Pierson
Girl Gets Moe, The (1997) .... Tammy
... aka Love to Kill (1997) (video title)
Dukes of Hazzard: Reunion!, The (1997) (TV) .... Mavis
Jerry Maguire (1996) .... Former girlfriend
Crosscut (1996) .... Counter Girl
Leaving Las Vegas (1995) .... Debbie
... aka Leaving Las Vegas (1995) (France)
Fast Company (1995) (TV) .... Roz Epstein
Emily Procter - Notable TV
"Celebrity Poker Showdown" (2003)
playing "Herself" in episode: "Game 1"
(episode # 1.1) 2 December 2003
"Ellen DeGeneres Show, The" (2003) playing
"Herself" 1 December 2003
"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" (2000) playing
"Calleigh Duquesne" in episode: "Cross-Jurisdictions"
(episode # 2.22) 9 May 2002
"Early Edition" (1996) playing "Colleen
Damski" in episode: "A Regular Joe" (episode
# 2.9) 22 November 1997
"Just Shoot Me" (1997) playing "Anchorwoman"
in episode: "Back Issues" (episode # 1.1)
4 March 1997
"Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman"
(1993) playing "Lana Lang" in episode: "Tempus,
Anyone?" (episode # 3.14) 21 January 1996
"Friends" (1994) playing "Annabel"
in episode: "The One with the Breast Milk"
(episode # 2.2) 28 September 1995