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Emily recently relocated to Los Angeles from New York City and has appeared on NBC’s The Blacklist and CBS’s Blue Bloodshanded a clipboard to Winona Ryder and Peter Sarsgaard in the feature film Experimenter and played the lead role in the short comedy film White Lies with Brian O’Carroll, three-time winner of the Emerging Cinematographer Award. Check out her comedy web series Literally Saying, and other self-produced comedy shorts at her YouTube Channel.

Emily wrote and stars in the short film Broad Daylight, which is currently making the festival rounds. Cartel sicarios force a journalist to bargain for her life during a turbulent ride-along with a border agent. Roxanna Dunlap directs with Light Layer Productions producing. She is also in pre-production for her comedy short film, Beautiful People, about a woman who is shunned from society for having a pimple.

Emily is currently taking acting classes with Risa Bramon Garcia at The BGB Studio and improv classes at The Groundlings with Tony Sepulveda. She trained in New York City with Kelly Kimball and Janine Ditullio of Kimball Studio, where she took On Camera Technique, Ballistics (Improv) and Casting Director Seminars. She has improv training from The Upright Citizens Brigade NY with Ryan Karels, Ben Rogers, Gavin Speiller, Kevin Hines and Kate Riley; and sketch writing with Melinda Taub. Emily has also trained with Seth Barrish, Lee Brock and Jean Taylor at The Barrow Group and is a graduate of The New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts/SFT.

Emily is a native to Tucson, Arizona and loves to climb mountains and eat spicy Mexican food.