While it was tough to get screen time on the sprawling ensemble show, she was a frequent focal point.
But she also made the most of her hiatuses, appearing in several movies, including the critically acclaimed indie Brick, the remake of The Hills Have Eyes and the romantic drama Remember Me.
Emilie took the character of Belle to a deep and soulful place, bringing great intelligence and warmth to the character, making her fiercely independent, strong willed but also an eternal optimist who saw only the best in all those she encountered.
Studying ballet since nine years old, she was accepted to the renowned Australian Ballet School at fifteen.
It's been an honor & a privilege to bring Belle to life :) Congrats to Adam & Eddy & the returning cast & crew!! " Also not returning next season are Josh Dallas, Jinnifer Goodwin, Jared S.
Gilmore, Jennifer Morrison and Rebecca Mader, said.
De Ravin's film credits include Santa's Slay (2005), The Hills Have Eyes (2006) and Ball Don't Lie (2008).
She starred as Emily, the heroin-addicted ex-girlfriend of Brendan Frye, in the neo-noir film Brick (2005).
I won't be returning to #onceuponatime for Season 7," the actress wrote in an Instagram post Friday.I won't be returning to #onceuponatime for Season 7.While I would have loved to continue exploring Belle's journey, the show has decided to move in a different creative direction.Rob’s whole life is completely upside down all because of Kristen’s selfishness and jealousy. Tom Sturridge and Sienna Miller will keep Rob’s back. Can you see Rob hooking up with Emilie or do you think he’s just too heartbroken? This whole thing makes you wonder how the friends are going to be split up, right?