In 2010 he played the title role in the mini-series "Ben Hur" which first aired on CBC television in Canada and ABC TV in America, on 4 April 2010.
Van Camp starred in Hallmark Hall of Fame film Beyond the Blackboard, based on the true story of teacher Stacey Bess, whom Van Camp portrays.
As the first TV show Van Camp has truly headlined, Revenge has garnered her a significant amount of recognition, including multiple Teen Choice Awards nominations.
The young actress gained a certain amount of recognition for the role, in which her character was confronted with drugs, depression, and an alienation from her family, receiving four Teen Choice Awards nominations and one Young Artist Awards nomination during the course of the show's run.
While on breaks from Everwood, Van Camp starred in a few film projects, including the thrillers No Good Deed and A Different Loyalty, as well as Rings, a horror short film that bridges the events between The Ring and The Ring Two, and ties directly into her appearance in the opening scene of the latter film.
"But you know, to all of a sudden have photographers snapping photos of you, it's a big change.
You know, I see pictures of myself I had no idea were being taken.
Van Camp co-starred in Captain America: The Winter Soldier as Sharon Carter, a potential loyal friend of Chris Evans' titular hero and the niece of the previous film's Peggy Carter, played by Hayley Atwell.
Based on a true story, the film centers on Van Camp's character Alice, a 28-year-old assistant book editor and aspiring writer.
I promised myself after leaving Brothers & Sisters (2006) that I would only do something that made me happy, that excited me, that was different.