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He chooses the town of Everwood because his late wife had told him of her emotional attachment to the town.
Many of the story lines revolve around settling into a new town, dealing with the death of the mother and wife of the family, and the growing relationship between Andy and his son, who did not interact much in New York, due to the demands of Andy's job. Harold Abbott (Tom Amandes), with whom his professional opinions differ.
Emily Van Camp (born May 12, 1986) is a Canadian Actress from Port Perry, Ontario, known for her lead roles on the WB series Everwood (2002–06), the ABC dramas Brothers & Sisters (2007–10) and Revenge (2011–15), and as Sharon Carter / Agent 13 in Captain America: The Winter Soldier and its sequel Captain America: Civil War.
Born in Port Perry, Ontario, to Cindy and Robert Van Camp, she is the third in a family of four girls.
Van Camp also starred in the two-part TV film Ben Hur, the latest adaptation of Lew Wallace’s 1880 novel.
Van Camp followed this with a turn as a teenage Jackie Bouvier in the Emmy-nominated CBS TV movie Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis and a guest spot on YTV sitcom Radio Active.While working on the show, she found the time to star in the independent dramedy Norman in mid-2008, which earned her her only award wins to date, from the San Diego Film Festival and the Breckenridge Festival of Film.The film sees her playing the girlfriend of main character Norman Long, played by Dan Byrd, who pretends he’s dying of cancer.The Jon Robin Baitz-created series chronicles the lives of the Walkers, a wealthy family who own a food company, after their patriarch dies and it is revealed he has a secret child from a long-standing affair, Rebecca Harper, whom Van Camp plays.Van Camp remained a regular on Brothers & Sisters during the show’s first four seasons and returned as a guest for a couple of episodes in the fifth and final season to wrap up her character’s storyline.
In order to fund its post-production, the film’s producers launched a crowdfunding Kickstarter campaign on June 17, 2013 which successfully surpassed its $65,000 goal on July 1.