Emily Meade is an American actress born on January 10, 1989, in New York City, New York. She began acting at a very tender age and has seen her time in many films and television series.
Some of the movies and television series in which Emily Meade has acted are
|2006||The House Is Burning||Anne|
|2008||The assassination of a High School President||Tiffany Ashwood|
|2008||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Anna||Episode: “Streetwise”|
|2009||Back||Shannon Miles||Television film|
|2010||Burning Palms||Chloe Marx|
|2010||My Soul to Take||Leah ‘Fang’ Hellerman|
|2010||Law & Order||Bonnie Jones / Amanda Evans||Episode: “Steel-Eyed Death”|
|2010||Boardwalk Empire||Pearl||Episodes: “Anastasia” and “Nights in Ballygran”|
|2011||Young Adult||Denny’s Waitress|
|2011||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Corinne Stafford||Episode: “Bully”|
|2011||Fringe||Ella Dunham||Episode: “The Day We Died”|
|2012||Sleepwalk with Me||Samantha|
|2012||Adventures in the Sin Bin||Suzie|
|2012||Thanks for Sharing||Becky|
|2014||That Awkward Moment||Christi|
|2014||The Leftovers||Aimee||Main role (season 1); 6 episodes|
|2015||Me Him Her||Gabbi|
|2015||Charlie, Trevor and a Girl Savannah||Savannah|
|2016||Mother, May I Sleep with Danger?||Anna||Episode: “Streetwise”|
|2017||The Deuce||Lori||Main role; 8 episodes|
7 Things You Didn’t Know About Emily Meade, The Leftovers Actress
1. Discovered at age 15
In 2004, when Emily Meade attended the performance of Mea Creek, she was seen by the show’s casting director – Jennifer Vendetti – who subsequently expressed interest in her. 2 years later Emily made her debut in the movie The House is Burning in which she played the role of Anne. It was a German film drama directed by Holger Ernst, in whose cast John Diehl, Julianna Michelle, Melissa Leo, and Robin Lord Taylor appeared. The film was shown at the Cannes Film Festival in 2006.
2. Rebellious Teen
Emilly was quite a rebel in her youth. She said, “I definitely went through some dark teenage years. I wore black raccoon eyeliner every day. I would be late for school if I didn’t have time to put on my eyeliner,” she said.
3. Love for ‘I Love Lucy’
Growing up, and like most young girls her age, Emily Meade had a fondness for the television series I Love You. She revealed that it was her love for the show that spurred her interest in acting.
4. Emily Meade can sing
Besides acting, she can also sing. In fact, she started singing at a young age and even won a prize in 1997 when she took part in the Zecchino d’Oro, an Italian singing competition. She sang the song Up, Over Through, and Under, with which she won the Zecchino d’Argento prize. Since this spectacular and prize-winning performance, she has not actively participated in singing. However, it is good to know that she is not only a talented actress but also a good singer.
5. Emily Meade Wants to Write and Direct Movies
We are not finished with the list of what she can do in addition to acting and singing. Emily Meade also wants to write films and direct. She expressed this wish in an interview and announced that she wants to push her career so far. As she is a talented actress who has made many films, the transition to becoming a film director should be quite easy, as her acting experience will be helpful here.
6. The Duece
Contrary to what many people think, The Duece was not their first television series, as you can see from the chart we presented above. Before the series, she had many short roles in several other series, including Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Fringe, Broadwalk Empire, and Broad City. However, The Duece was her biggest and most recent television series, which is why many people who didn’t know her before now think that she is just starting with television series. Her first television series was made in 2008.
7. Anti-Social Media
Before she starred in the film Nerve, Emily was somewhat averse to social media. She said, “Before the movie, I didn’t even have an Instagram,” she told us. “I was like a totally anti-internet pagan. Everyone would try to explain to me why it’s an important piece [of the industry]. I thought, “No, no, no. I’ll do it the old-fashioned way. I refuse.'”
But right now it has a huge fan base and a huge following in social media.