Emma is a Los Angeles-based actor, singer, and writer.
She grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area before moving to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she attended Point Park University and received her B.F.A. in Musical Theatre. Post-graduation, Emma spent a year working at Pittsburgh Public Theater in productions of Pride and Prejudice and The Tempest. After closing out the season, she moved cross-country to Los Angeles, where she quickly made her onstage debut in the Los Angeles Times Critics' Choice production of Antigone, Presented by the Girls of St. Catherine's at Sacred Fools Theater Company.
Since moving to LA, Emma has discovered a newfound passion for on-camera work and hopes to spend her career pursuing work on both the stage and screen. In a review of Pride and Prejudice, Emma's characterization of Lydia Bennet was described as "The human representation of a squirrel on Red Bull." She believes it will be difficult for her career to top this moment.
Emma is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association and is represented by Rochelle Rossman at Momentum Talent Agency for Film/TV/Commercial, Jim Keith at The Movement Agency for Legit Stage, and is managed by Karin Wettels at Infinitum LA Talent Management. She is an avid reader, coffee enthusiast, and devoted meditator.