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New Candids of Emily in L.A.

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More new candids of brunette Emily out and about in L.A. have been added to the gallery, including a couple HQs. These ones were taken late last week and she’s looking fabulous, as always.

005 x Out and About in Los Angeles, CA (12/09/2010)


  1. ForVanAngel December 14, 2010 | 7:32 am |

    Thank you GreyEyes! I wonder why there were hardly no paparazzi-pics of Emily when she was on television, but after she quit they found her twice in one month. 😉 Good for us, as long as they don’t follow her around. 😉

  2. Katia December 16, 2010 | 4:08 am |

    Thank U! Always good to have new pics of EMily!
    I miss her! =(
    I really wanna see her in a new tv shows =) She deserve a great role! =)

  3. D4D December 17, 2010 | 6:28 pm |

    Emily needs a new management and P.R. team.
    I can’t imagine how a beautiful, super talented actress like Emily her team can’t find her a new TV role 🙁

  4. frankleon December 17, 2010 | 7:45 pm |

    myabe she just wants to have a break in her working life…and to dedicato to other, we’ll waiting for…

  5. ForVanAngel December 18, 2010 | 7:24 am |

    @D4D: I don’t think it’s the fault of her agent. She was on television since she was 15, almost 10 years. Now she quit on B&S, she could’ve got a new job easily if she stayed until the very end on B&S, and I think she’d land a new tv-role if she wanted. But her focus is now on making films, and that’s great, she wants to do something different for a while, maybe soon she’ll be back on television, but you can only play the same role everyday, on a movie there are much more possibilities for Emily. I think it was a good decision. 🙂

  6. Grey Post author December 18, 2010 | 1:15 pm |

    @ForVanAngel: I don’t think if Emily stayed on B&S it would have really changed anything or made getting a new role in TV or film any easier. It doesn’t really work that way.

    As far as her agent is concerned, to my knowledge he wasn’t really responsible for getting Emily her roles on ‘Everwood’ or ‘Brothers & Sisters.’ I remember reading an interview with Greg Berlanti in which he stated that he saw Emily on ‘Glory Days’ and once he found out that the show had been cancelled, he offered her the role of Amy. And with B&S, they simply called her and offered her the role of Rebecca, most likely due to her previous working relationship with Greg Berlanti. She didn’t even have to audition. So, her agent didn’t really do much to get her either of those roles. That’s not to say he’s a bad agent though; with her being on TV for so long, he’s never really gotten a chance to find her anything substantial.

    I’m not sure if Emily is interested in doing network TV again so soon. Perhaps for the right role. She never really said which she preferred, film or TV. I’m sure she’s been offered roles since she left the show, but I’d like to think that she’s simply waiting for the right project, rather than just taking the first thing that comes along. I think we just need to be patient. Hopefully 2011 will be a great breakout year for her. 😉

  7. ForVanAngel December 18, 2010 | 2:43 pm |

    @Greys: Okay, I don’t really know how that works. Maybe there ain’t no difference between 4 years on show or 5. But I think it’s really hard to get a role, because there are many young actors and a lot of shows, it has to fit. Maybe she should wait for a new Greg Berlanti production and then she’ll get a great role again. 😉

    Yeah, I think I’ve heard it that way too, Berlanti saw her on “Glory Days” and she immediately got the role for Everwood after Glory Days ended, so she had more luck than anyone else, she was not only the right age for the role of Amy, she had little television experience, was very young and fortunately “Glory Days” was cancelled, seems the universe loves Emily as well. 😀 And, yeah, she got the role of Rebecca without auditioning, that’s great, but I think it could be a bit of a problem, cos if you don’t have to work for your roles (or your agent) and some people that like you give it to you, you could be very disappointed if it don’t work one day. I wonder if she has agent, for what? 😀

    I hope she gives an interview soon and someone asks her how her plans for the future look, tv or films? I’d prefer to see her on a cable show. I’m too hoping for next year, GO EMILY GO! 🙂

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