Emily is an award winning actress and screenwriter from a small town in Northern California, most people haven't heard of. She's also a licensed psychotherapist and mother of two kitty cats. Her feature screenplay Good Grief is currently in pre-production with Emily attached as the lead and Jaclyn Bethany to direct. Good Grief is inspired by Emily's experience after her mom died. She hopes that her film will help others to feel a little less alone than she did. 

Bio

The Essence of Emily...

                 Porcelain Doll, PhD

Flustered Lemur

                            Lightning hiding in a floral teacup

    Got The Most Valentines In Fourth Grade... So I Got That Going For Me

                                    Just A Hardworking Kitty Cat            

Funky Vampire Forgets To Drink Blood                                                             Lightning Hiding in a Floral Teacup 

                          Balanced Off Center                     Will Cut A Bitch To Save A Puppy

                  Blushing Flower, Hidden Fire

                                                                                                                         Most Gifted Witch At The School Of Magic

The Person You Might Suspect Is A Double Agent... But Isn't

                                        Absent-Minded Professor Keeps Getting Mistaken For A Student 

 America's Foul Mouthed Sweetheart         Sophisticated Lady Flinching Inwardly

The Dormouse Finally Goes Off On That Motherfuckin' Mad Hatter

  Kitten That Curls Up Right Next To Doberman And Falls Asleep Against His Warm Tummy

         The Church Mouse Knows Exactly Where The Cheese Is Kept In the Rectory

    Mild-Mannered Front Desk Clerk At A Retirement Home By Day, Crime Fighter By Night

                       Your Funny Mechanical Owl Sidekick Sent By The Goddess To Guide Your Way

    Hardworking And, I Know, I Make It Look Like I Have Seven Dwarves And A Fairy Godmother To Help- But, Actually, It's Just Me, Superwoman

Lovely- And Stock Up 'Cause There's Not Much Of It Around Anymore