Audrey Parker, a former FBI agent, came to Haven on a case and stayed when she realized her mysterious past was wrapped up in the history of the town. Audrey's an antidote to "The Troubles" - the super powers that plague the residents of Haven as more curse than blessing. Every time "The Troubles" appear, Audrey (or some version of her - Lucy Ripley in the 1980s, Sarah in the 1950s) appears to help - never with a memory of her past in town. Despite a nature geared towards helping people, Audrey's no pushover. She's tough and spontaneous, and willing to rely on instinct rather than planning. In many ways she's the opposite of her true love, Nathan Wuornos - who's practical and by-the-book - but that's why they make such a perfect pair.
Earlier this season, Audrey was possessed by Mara, her lookalike and the psycho bitch creator of "The Troubles." The two split and now Audrey's her own person again.
Mara's been a bad, bad girl. If you tuned in for Season 4 then you know that Audrey's true self is NOT Sarah nor Lucy but is in fact "Mara"; a gal about town who created the Troubles with William back in the late 1600s. Figuring that it would be better to lock William and his wicked self away for good, the gang gets the bright idea to open the portal to the world "below" the Lighthouse and throw him in so that he can't cause anymore Troubles or influence Audrey/Mara. Good plan, right? Sorta. Our usual players were able to open the portal to the other world to banish William away, which was great but in doing so they also unknowingly stirred up the evil within Audrey and Mara took control of her body. Later, Mara literally "split" from Audrey and became her own, trouble making being. Basically what you need to know about Mara is she is one nasty lady.
About Emily Rose
Emily Rose has become one of television's fastest rising young stars with an already impressive and diverse body of work. This summer, Rose returns for a fifth season as the star of Syfy's hit supernatural drama series Haven, based on the novella The Colorado Kid from renowned author Stephen King.
Emily reprises her role as Audrey Parker, the shrewd and confident FBI agent who continues to navigate the unpredictable and often treacherous town of Haven that doubles as a refuge for people afflicted with a remarkable range of supernatural abilities.
Emily recurred on the USA drama Graceland as FBI Assistant Deputy Director Jessica Foster. Her other TV credits include E.R. as Dr. Tracy Martin; ABC's hit drama series Brothers & Sisters as Lena Branigan; CBS's Jericho as Trish Merrick; and David Milch's HBO series John From Cincinnati as Cass. Additional TV credits include the USA pilot Operating Instructions, and guest-starring roles in Private Practice, Two and A Half Men, Without a Trace and Cold Case. Rose also has a cult following for her role in the extraordinarily popular video game franchise Uncharted, for which she voices and portrays the game's heroine, Elena Fisher.
Emily received her undergraduate degree in theatrical arts from Vanguard University in Orange County, California and went on to study Shakespeare in Oxford, England at the British American Drama Academy. She continued her studies at UCLA where she received her MFA in acting.
While at UCLA, Emily was an active participant in Arts Bridge America, a program which fights to keep arts education in public schools, and also taught at the UCLA summer Youth Performance Conservatory. She has participated in master classes with Tim Robbins, Henry Goodman, Helen Hunt, and Annette Bening. Theatrical roles include Sylvia in I Gelosi, Dorine in Tartuffe, and Beth in Wounded with the Los Angeles Theater Ensemble.
Emily currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband, son, and miniature schnauzer.
You can follow her on Twitter @EmilyroseLA