Emily Procter Bio, Age, Wife, Net Worth, House, Movies, TV Shows


Emily Procter is an actress and activist from the United States. She portrayed Det. Calleigh Duquesne in the CBS police procedural program CSI: Miami and Ainsley Hayes in the NBC political drama The West Wing.

How old is Procter? – Age

Born Emily Mallory Procter, the actress is 55 years old as of 8 October 2023. She was born in 1968 in Raleigh, North Carolina, United States.

Procter Family – Education

She was adopted as a baby by volunteer Barbara Jones and general practitioner William Procter. Her parents separated when she was three years old. Whit, her elder brother, was also adopted. Procter went to Raleigh’s Ravenscroft School. She worked as a television weather anchor at WNCT-TV in Greenville, North Carolina, while attending East Carolina University, where she also joined the Alpha Delta Pi sorority. She finally earned degrees in journalism and dance. Her father covered the cost of Procter’s two years of acting training once she relocated to Los Angeles.

Procter Husband – How many children does Emily Procter have?

Since 2008, Procter has been romantically involved with musician Paul Bryan. Philippa Frances (nicknamed “Pippa”), their daughter, was born on December 8, 2010. Her pregnancy was not planned for in the ninth season of CSI: Miami, hence she didn’t make many appearances.

Was Procter on Friends?

She played Joey’s coworker Annabel, who he works with as a cologne sampler. She informs Joey about The Hombre Man, who turns out to be one of her coworkers’ rivals. Even though The Hombre Man had asked Annabel out first, she eventually accepts Joey’s invitation to go on a date.

In “The Pilot,” Joey meets at a Central Perk coffee shop with his pals Monica Geller, Phoebe Buffay, and Chandler Bing to talk about a dream and a relationship. The move of Ross Geller’s ex-wife Carol has left Monica’s elder brother Ross feeling melancholy. An old acquaintance, Rachel Greene, resides with Monica and has financial difficulties related to her father. While assisting Ross with furnishings, Joey reflects about his broken marriage.

Emily Procter together with her husband Paul Bryan
Emily Procter together with her husband Paul Bryan

Joey and his friends encounter Bob and Angela in “The One With The East German Laundry Detergent,” and they are drawn to him right away. Joey is dismissed for overacting after accepting a contract from the Estelle Leonard entertainment agency. In “The One with the Blackout,” Joey chooses to pursue a career in acting and modeling after running across a former coworker. During Thanksgiving dinner, Joey’s family encounters difficulties, including his father’s extramarital romance with Ronni. Ursula, Phoebe’s twin sister, is someone Joey and Chandler encounter in “The One with Two Parts,” however she opposes Joey’s continued relationship with her. Rather, Joey goes out with Ursula to Phoebe’s birthday celebration. The group visits the hospital in “The One With The Birth,” where Carol is giving birth to Ross and her child. Joey leaves her a balloon and supports her during the experience.


Procter House

Procter owns a 1921 Spanish-style home in Los Angeles, which she uses as a practical example of her interest in interior design and antiques. She designed a house for a friend in Saint John, U.S. Virgin Islands, during the 2007–08 Writers Guild strike. She also reportedly decorated Kenny Chesney’s Malibu home, according to People magazine’s March 2009 Country Special. She also served as a guest judge on the Summer Showdown program on Home & Garden Television. Procter delivered the keynote address at her alma mater, East Carolina University,’s spring 2019 commencement.

Where is Emily Procter now?

Even before she graduated, she had secured several modest film roles, such as co-starring in the TV movie Breast Men (1997) with David Schwimmer and Chris Cooper and in Cameron Crowe’s sports romantic comedy-drama Jerry Maguire (1996). Procter had a cameo appearance on the ABC superhero series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman in 1996 as Lana Lang. She had a cameo in two TV movies: Body Shots (1999) as Whitney Bryant and The Dukes of Hazzard: Reunion! (1997) as Mavis.

In 1995, Procter portrayed Annabel, a short-lived romantic interest of Joey Tribbiani (Matt LeBlanc), in the NBC sitcom Friends’ second season two episode, “The One with the Breast Milk.” Procter appeared in the NBC political drama The West Wing as Associate White House Counsel Ainsley Hayes on a recurring basis from 2000 to 2002 and again in 2006.

as the CSI spin-off CSI: Miami, Procter portrayed Calleigh Duquesne as the lead role. The program debuted on CBS on September 23, 2002, and continued for ten seasons until April 8, 2012. Procter read aloud an essay written by Michelle Gardner-Quinn during her time as a University of Vermont student, as part of the Live Earth event in 2007 along with several other actresses.

Procter appeared in the last two episodes of season four of the USA Network criminal thriller White Collar as a recurring character in February 2013. She portrayed Amanda Callaway, an Atlanta-born agent who rises to lead the FBI’s New York City white collar crime unit.

Procter established Ground Breakers, a nonprofit that promotes community, transformation, and fair infrastructure, in 2019. To counteract unfavorable personal narratives and advance amicable conflict resolution, The Ground Breakers provides social and emotional language awareness training. The Ground collaborates with Defy Ventures, a nonprofit organization that tackles societal issues like mass incarceration and recidivism, to provide programs at Stockton, California’s Nightingale School and Kern Valley State Prison.

Procter has participated in a number of marathons and triathlons. She enjoys playing poker a lot and has taken part in a few celebrity poker tournaments. Procter also sings in a cover band from the 1980s called Motion, which was once known as White Lightning. Procter has done voluntary work at homeless shelters and with the Young Storytellers Program.

Procter Movies and TV Credits


♦ 2016 – Love Everlasting
♦ 2010 – Barry Munday
♦ 2008 – Turnover
♦ 2006 – Big Momma’s House 2
♦ 1999 – Guinevere
♦ 1999 – Forever Fabulous
♦ 1999 – Body Shots
♦ 1997 – The Girl Gets Moe
♦ 1997 – Family Plan
♦ 1996 – Jerry Maguire
♦ 1995 – Leaving Las Vegas

TV Shows

♦ 2020 – A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All Vote
♦ 2013 – White Collar
♦ 2002 – CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
♦ 2002–2012 – CSI: Miami
♦ 2001 – Submerged
♦ 2000–2002, 2006 – The West Wing
♦ 1997 – The Dukes of Hazzard: Reunion!
♦ 1997 – Early Edition
♦ 1997 – Breast Men
♦ 1997 – Just Shoot Me!
♦ 1996 – Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
♦ 1995 – Renegade