On camera & voice actress
11 years industry experience
50 Broadcast and network on-camera jobs in television, feature films, short films, commercials, and industrials
Additional performance experience includes 7 live productions and various modeling jobs
Over 100 acting credits across every acting medium
Performed over 100 voice overs for over 30 clients in the past 3 years
Over 15 repeat bookings
Shared scenes with Ralph Macchio, Jewel, Jessie Usher, Courtney Henggeler, Brendan Fraser and Matt Bomer.
Emily Dunlop has appeared in leading lady and supporting roles on television shows such as Doom Patrol, Cobra Kai, Survivor’s Remorse, Clouds, Bloodlands, Dead Silent, and more. Her feature credits most notably include leading roles in Small Group: The Movie, Student Teacher, One Last Thing, Ring of Fire, and The 12 Lives of Sissy Carlyle. She has provided voice overs for companies such as Toyota, Coca-Cola, Etsy, Habitat for Humanity, Delta, and C Spire, along with many other notable brands and audiobook publications. She has appeared in over 30 web and television commercials and industrials. Her stage credits include leading roles in Intimate Apparel, Robin Hood, and A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Emily Dunlop is consistently enrolled in a class and is intentional about her personal and professional growth. If she masters one method, she trains in another. She has studied under Patsy Rodenburg, Sam Christensen, and has spent years training with Rick Andosca. She is currently studying Improvisation at Dad's Garage and the Mornell method with Sara Mornell.
Emily lives in Atlanta with her husband, Philip, and her, cat, Keswick. She enjoys gardening, jumping rope, cooking, and visiting her in-laws in Northern Ireland.
Helping people feel seen is my passion; acting is my medium. Through my life experiences I have learned to see the left behind and love the forgotten.
I pour this into my acting.
- Emily Dunlop
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