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Canadian professional actress Emily Bett Rickards is well-known for playing the role of “Felicity Smoak” in the American superhero television series “Arrow,” which is based on the DC comics character “Green Arrow.” She has also had appearances in three Greg Berlanti spin-off series based on DC superheroes: “Legends of Tomorrow,” “Vixen,” and “The Flash.” The CBS superhero action-adventure television series “Supergirl,” which is based on the DC Comics character “Supergirl,” included her in one of its episodes. She started her acting career by taking part in musical theatre and dance programs because she was interested in performing since a young age. Before beginning her acting career, she continued her education by enrolling in film school classes. In addition to TV series, she also appeared in Nickelback’s 2009 music video for the song “Never Gonna Be Alone.” Rickards hasn’t yet established herself as a leading lady in a movie, but she has previously played a number of supporting roles in comedies including “Cowgirls ‘n Angels: Dakota’s Summer,” “Brooklyn,” and “Funny Story.”

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The career of Emily Rickards

Theatre shows served as the foundation of Emily Bett Rickards’ acting career before she graduated from the Vancouver Film School’s Acting Essentials Program. She had an appearance in the 2009 Nickelback music video for the song “Never Gonna Be Alone.” In 2012, she made an appearance in the short film “Bacon and Eggs,” and later that year, she played “Mary Malone” in the direct-to-video movie “Flicka: Country Pride.” She shared the screen with Laura Bertram, Amanda Tapping, and Robert Moloney in the short film “Random Acts of Romance.”

She was also cast in 2012 in the American superhero television series “Arrow” as “Felicity Smoak / Overwatch.” She played a computer nerd who battles alongside the show’s main character to defend Star City. The show’s creator, Greg Berlanti, added a little improvisation to the character and the series, which were based on the DC comics. Prior to the show’s airing, the producer and her co-star talked highly of her to the Warner Brothers staff, despite the fact that she had originally only been a part of it for one season. She later received a regular part, and the show’s creators increased the prominence of her character.

In the spinoff series known as the “Arrowverse,” Rickards returned to the same character. She made her debut in “The Flash” in 2014 and has since made eight more appearances on that program. She then made four episodes of “Legends of Tomorrow” in the 2016–17 season. She also made an appearance in the episode “Crisis on Earth X, Part 1” of the television show “Supergirl.”
Additionally, Rickards played the recurring character of “Felicity Smoak” in two web series, “Vixen” (voice role, 2015–16 season), and “Arrow: Blood Rush” in 2013. In the 2016 online series “Paranormal Solutions Inc.,” she played “Genevieve Kreme.”

Rickards has played supporting roles in a few movies but hasn’t yet been able to land a main role. She co-starred with Haley Ramm in the family drama movie “Cowgirls ‘n Angels: Dakota’s Summer” in 2014, playing the role of “Kristen Rose.” Then she made an appearance as “Patty McGuire” in the 2015 movie “Brooklyn.” She is scheduled to star in the film “Slumber” later this year.

Individual Life of Emily Rickards

Emily Bett Rickards was born on July 24, 1991, in Vancouver, British Columbia, to dream psychotherapist Dr. Diane Greig. She had an interest in acting as a child and later participated in theatrical plays. She participated in the Acting Essentials Program at the Vancouver Film School before attending the Alida Vocal Studio in Vancouver.

Net Worth of Emily Rickards

The estimated net worth of Emily Rickards is around $1 million.