Emily Robinson

Emily Robinson

actress, director, producer

Emily Robinson was born on Oct 18, 1998 in USA. Emily Robinson's big-screen debut came with Broken Vows directed by Bram Coppens in 2014. Emily Robinson is known for Eighth Grade directed by Bo Burnham, Elsie Fisher stars as Kayla Day and Josh Hamilton as Mark Day. Emily Robinson has got 2 awards and 3 nominations so far. The most recent award Emily Robinson achieved is Young Entertainer Awards. The upcoming new movie Emily Robinson plays is Unicorn Store which will be released on Apr 05, 2019.

Emily Robinson was born in New York City on October 18th, 1998. She began her career modeling at age six, she was represented by Ford Models. At the age of seven, she came home and declared that she wanted to start acting. Six months later she was taping her first television commercial. Emily started working in front of a live audience in Saturday Night Live! when she was eight. She has since made a total of eight appearances on the show.Emily made her film debut in Nelly's Shocking Day, produced by the History Channel for George Washington's Mount Vernon Museum. Emily plays the title role, Nelly Custis, who was George Washington's adopted daughter. In addition to the film, Emily posed for a statue of Nelly that is at the entrance of the Museum.In 2010, Emily made her off-Broadway debut in Horton Foote's epic, Orphans' Home Cycle at the Signature Theatre in New York, directed by Michael Wilson. She played the roles of Lily Dale, Molly and Irma Sue. The Wall Street Journal called the plays, which were performed in repertory, "the most significant theatrical event of the season, the kind of show you tell your grandchildren you saw." A special Drama Desk Award was presented to the cast, creative team and producers.Emily has continued to work in theatre. Having since had the pleasure of working with Austin Pendleton, director, A Loss of Roses at the Cherry Lane Theatre (reading), Linda Lavin and James Lecesne in Mother of Invention (reading), and helped create the role of Tessa in Brindlebeast, a new musical by Anita Riggio.In her teen years, Emily began to focus more on her film and television work with projects such as Transparent, Eighth Grade, and Private Life. She has also directed two short films, one of which was optioned for development. Emily studied creative writing at Columbia University and is represented by UTA, Perlman Management Group, and Marilyn Zitner Management.

  • Birthday

    Oct 18, 1998
  • Place of Birth

    New York City, New York, USA
  • Also known


Known For


2 wins & 3 nominations

Young Entertainer Awards
Best Recurring Young Actress 16-21 - Television Series
Winner - Young Entertainer Award
Young Artist Awards
Best Performance in a TV Series - Recurring Young Actress 14-16
Winner - Young Artist Award
Best Performance in a TV Drama Series - Guest Starring Young Actress 14 - 16
Winner - Young Artist Award

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows