In May 2010, she topped the Ask Most Desirable Women of 2010 list.
After high school, Chriqui decided to pursue a career in acting.
She played Eve in the 2005 comedy National Lampoon's Adam & Eve, and played Adam Sandler's love interest in the 2008 film You Don't Mess with the Zohan.
Chriqui was nominated for a Best Actress DVD Exclusive Award for her performance in 100 Girls and was nominated, with Lance Bass, for a Choice Liplock Teen Choice Award in On the Line.
Chriqui was seen in 2009 as one of several women whose lives interconnect in the comedy Women in Trouble and appeared in its 2010 sequel Elektra Luxx.
In 2010, Chriqui joined Showtime's 2011 series, The Borgias.
She is known for her performance on HBO's Entourage as Sloan Mc Quewick, as well as Dalia, the love interest of Adam Sandler's character in You Don't Mess with the Zohan.
She is also known for her role on The Mentalist television series as Lorelei Martins.
2006 - 2006Emmanuelle Chriqui and Clifton Collins, Jr.
EC: You know, [creator] Doug Ellin was very, very specific about this character, and I think that Kevin Connolly, who plays E, and I just had such amazing chemistry. EC: Men really respect a woman who's in their power and who isn't afraid just to speak up. And these guys were such gentlemen, to each and to every woman who ever stepped on that set, but I've definitely seen that when you hold yourself with integrity, they respond real well. EC: It was the evening when we found out that E was screwing around with my stepmother, during the height of the show. HB: What's your idea of a perfect date night with him?
I was walking down the street in New York, and this construction worker comes over and was like, "Yo, Sloan! EC: I love a day date than runs into a night date—a Sunday where we go to the beach and then go for a bike ride along the water and then end up at a great restaurant for dinner.
, Forever Knight, Once a Thief, and Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal.
Her first Hollywood role was as a supporting character in Detroit Rock City (1999).