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Pope was also seen in the drama-comedy Various Positions (2002), the romantic comedy Window Theory (2004), The Dave Thomas-directed comedy Intern Academy (2004), Bill Marchant’s Everyone (2004) and the drama Eighteen (2004, with Brendan Fletcher).Recently appearing in the comedy The Hamster Cage (2005), The French Guy (2005), the thriller Two for the Money (2005, starring Al Pacino), Pope will soon play the small role of Vanessa in the Dagen Merrill-helmed thriller Beneath (2006), starring Nora Zehetner and Matthew Settlein.Canadians’ hearts are with the Jewish community in Pittsburgh today, as they endured a horrific anti-Semitic attack while at prayer.May the families of those murdered be comforted, and may the injured recover quickly and fully.
Beyond the subject matter, the filmmaking is just gorgeous.
Her mother is Italian and her father is of Polish and British descent.
The middle child of three siblings, Carly grew up in Vancouver with her two brothers, Alexander (younger) and Kris Pope, (actor, born on May 25, 1976).
Pope received her first exposure in 1996 when she made a short film titled A Girl’s Guide to Kissing and Other Nightmares in Teenland before she embarked on the small screen two years later with unnoticed roles in the made-for-TV films Principal Takes a Holiday (1998, as a student) and I’ve Been Waiting for You (1998, as a cheerleader).
Pope’s film debut knocked on her door that same year when she received offers to play the small role of Abbey in the disappointing independent Disturbing Behavior, which starred Katie Holmes and James Marsden.