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Jacqueline Emerson Biography
Jacqueline Emerson ( Jacqueline Bonnell Marteau Emerson) is an American actress and singer who rose to limelight after her portrayal of Foxface in the film The Hunger Games. She also is a former member of the teenage pop band Devo 2.0.
Jacqueline Emerson Age
Jacque is 29 years old as of September 2023 having been born on August 21, 1994, in Washington, D.C., U.S.
Jacqueline Emerson Height
She stands at a height of 1.62 m.
Jacqueline Emerson Parents
Her father’s name is John B. Emerson and her mother’s name is Kimberly Marteau Emerson. Her father served as a White House aide during the Clinton administration and later as United States Ambassador to Germany during the Obama presidency. Since early on, Jacqueline sought after enthusiasm for both acting and singing. She has from that point forward taken part in many voice-overs for both radio and TV. She has likewise performed in various expert preparations with Reprise, The Los Angeles Opera, and LA Theater Works.
She has two siblings; Taylor Emerson and Hayley Emerson.
Jacqueline Emerson Boyfriend
She prefers keeping her private life private however much of a celebrity she is. The details of his boyfriend or whether she is married is not available.
Jacqueline Emerson Stanford
She attended Stanford University after she graduated from high school. While at college she explained that college was always her number 1 priority over anything and she appeared in the list of 15 Incredibly Impressive Students At Stanford.
Emerson was an individual from Disney’s Devo 2.0, a Devo tribute band of adolescent entertainers. She played consoles in the task, which brought forth a DVD and CD combo and was completely upheld by the first Devo band individuals. She later discharged an acoustic melody, “Glass Fire In a Jar”, in which she co-composed with Adrianne Duncan.
In 2007, The oddity demonstration before long separated, when lead vocalist Nicole Stoehr and lead guitarist Nathan Norman quit and said they could never make music again in light of the fact that the collection tumbled. She made her TV debut giving the voice to a lot of Tiger Twins in the 2004 energized CGI sitcom Father of the Pride. In 2012, Emerson made her film debut in the sci-fi experience, The Hunger Games as the District 5 tribute, Foxface.
In a 2013 meeting, Emerson declared that she would take a shot at Son of the South, where she said to Jen Yamato of Movieline: “I’m energized — I don’t know when it shoots yet in light of the fact that I don’t know it has full subsidizing, yet I’m simply eager to be a piece of this task since it’s an extremely critical story.” She reported that she will take a year off yet can try out in the meantime, she said “I’m taking a year off — it’s intriguing, on the grounds that I’ve needed to take a year off since ninth or tenth grade since secondary school’s been exceptionally serious for me.
In a meeting, she clarified how she tried out for the job, “They had me come in and complete a ton of response stuff — they’d delineate a situation for me and resemble, “OK, you stop here and glance around and take it in and consider its multifaceted nature, yet you’re terrified in the meantime,” yet all with the face and without exchange.
Jacqueline Emerson Songs
- Freedom Of Choice
- Monkey’s Uncle
- Peek A Boo
- That’s Good
- Whip It
- Jerkin Back ‘n Forth
- Big Mess
- Beautiful World
- Boy U Want
- Through Being Cool
- The Winner
- Girl, You Want
- Uncontrollable Urge
- Peter Pan
- Catch Me If You Can
Jacqueline Emerson Movies
- The Curse of Downers Grove as Eyde
- The Night Is Ours as Olivia
- The Last Survivors as Skye
- Fantasia: Music Evolved as Scout
- The Hunger Games as Foxface
- Father of the Pride as Tiger Twins
Jacqueline Emerson Net Worth
She has gained great wealth from her singing and filming career. Her net worth is under review to establish its estimate.
Jacqueline Emerson Hunger Games
She stars as Foxface.
Jacqueline Emerson And Amandla Stenberg
She stars alongside Amandla Stenberg in The Hunger Games. Amandla stars as Rue.