Emily got started with acting at 10 years old, where she got involved with the Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey. After taking a break for school, she got right back into it at 16 years old with more acting work, and continuing through to her bachelor's degree…more
Emily provides the voice of the title character Shinobu in the comedy anime series Ninja Nonsense.
Emily narrated the unabridged audiobook The Possibilities of Sainthood by Donna Freitas. The audiobook was released in August 2008.
Emily provides the voice of the Fisher Price's Fun-2-Learn Cash Register and Fun Around Town.
Emily has an acting studio in Maplewood, New Jersey called Acting With Emily where she provides classes for children to adults hoping to be professional actors and showcases where the actors can meet up and get advice from talent agents. Emily opened the studio on November 22, 2009.
In 2001, Emily sang the national anthem at one of the events at the Continental Airlines Arena in New Jersey.
Emily has voiced for the Scholastic version of Clifford the Big Red Dog as Emily Elizabeth. The version that made it to PBS Kids features a different actor though.
Emily has a younger brother named Stephen and a younger sister named Melissa.
Emily sings the single Rainbow Song on the album compilation, Right From the Start: The Songs of Karen Benedetto. This album was released in October 2002.
On the Nausicaa DVD bonus feature. Emily is shown on video, voicing some of her lines for her character Princess Lastelle.
Emily narrated the audio book, Life as We Knew It, by award-winning children's author Susan Beth Pfeffer. This audio book published on September 12, 2006, and Emily won the Listen-Up Award from Publisher's Weekly for Best Audiobook.
Emily is 5'3" with brown hair and blue eyes.
Emily is represented by the CESD Talent Agency (formerly CED).
Emily Bauer is often confused with another Emily Jenness, a fellow New York voice actor who works on the Pokemon series as the voice of Dawn and Cynthia.
This is because she is married to New York theater actor and musician Sean Jenness.
On November 30, 2004, Emily made an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman as a random guest at Rupert Gee's Hello Deli. She mentioned she does voiceover, and demo'ed a commercial reading. Then for Letterman's spontaneous contest, she went on a shopping spree, grabbing all she could, in 30 seconds.
Emily has a daughter named Mia, and is expecting a boy in 2008.
Emily graduated from Millburn High School, located in Essex County, New Jersey, in 1999.
Emily's undergrad degree at New York University is in Business and Theatre. She received Magna Cum Laude honors and a Presidential Honors Scholar award. She got her degree in 2002.