Marcy has said that her biggest regret is not going to college right after high school.
Marcy is 5' with blonde hair and blue eyes.
Marcy says that one of her bad habits is staying up too late.
Marcy joined the cast of Guiding Light on February 7, 2006.
Marcy appeared in the low-budget indie film Armageddon for Andy as "Bethany."
When she was young, Marcy dreamed of becoming a nun.
Marcy says her greatest achievement was getting into college.
None of Marcy's friends or family members call her by her first name, they all address her by her nickname, Emme.
In January 2007, Marcy and the cast of Guiding Light, traveled to Biloxi, MS to help rebuild homes of Hurricane Katrina victims.
Marcy says that if she wasn't an actor she would be going to law school.
Marcy started appearing in commercials and print ads when she was still in junior high.
Marcy attended the William Esper Studio's two-year acting program. She completed the program just prior to getting a job on the CBS soap opera Guiding Light.
When Marcy auditioned for a guest spot on Drake and Josh, her microphone got stuck to her shirt. The producers thought she was actually doing improv and were so impressed they gave her the part.
On her first day of filming Guiding Light, Marcy took a cab to the wrong television studio. She calls it one of her most embarrassing moments with the show.
Marcy has two tattoos, a star on her foot and a heart on her wrist.
The first concert that Marcy attended was by Tim McGraw.
Marcy has a passion for community service and frequently volunteers with NY Cares and LA Works.
Marcy has appeared in at least seven national network television commercials including spots for Cinammon Toast Crunch and Trojan Condoms.
Marcy loves animals and wants to own a llama someday.
Marcy graduated from Tyrone Area High School, Tyrone, PA in 1999.
Marcy enjoys dancing, yoga, Pilates, horseback riding, and hiking.
Marcy: I would stay on a soap the rest of my career. Daytime is like a family, and it's one of the appealing things about staying [on Guiding Light].
Marcy: I'm constantly making an ass of myself. If I do something really stupid, I'm usually the one laughing.
Marcy: I waited tables at a bar for two days, and the manager was so mean. The best part is that when I quit, he told me that if I didn't have what it took to handle the job, I would never make it in the entertainment industry.
Marcy: I took this cardio kickboxing class, and there were these little old ladies behind me who were like, 'Guiding Light! Lizzie!' I was sweating and totally disgusting and trying to be tough because I was kickboxing. I was like, 'God, no.' We took a water break, and the instructor asked, 'Are you on a soap opera?' I said, 'Yes, I am.' So then he made me do a harder workout than anyone else for the rest of class!
Marcy: The second I left high school, I moved to New York. Total culture shock. I learned quickly that you don't say good morning to people you're passing in the street.
Marcy: For a long time, I only booked work when I messed up in the audition. Anytime I was focused and did perfect, well, I got nothing.
Marcy: My mom put me in ballet shoes as soon as I could stand up.
Marcy: I have to keep a folder of the dates that I'm on Guiding Light so my mom can watch them all. It's very cute, but she says, 'If there's anything sexy, tell me 'cause I don't want to watch it!'
Marcy: When I walk out the door, I look clean. You have no idea what my house looks like, but every time I open my front door it has a different funky smell.
Marcy: The prom was like the greatest thing in the world...I went to my friend's junior prom, my junior prom, my senior prom, and I went to three of my friends' proms from other schools...I only wore one dress! I didn't buy a different dress though I went to the prom every weekend that month!