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Emily Meade Wiki/Biography
Emily Meade was born on 10th January 1989, in New York City, USA, and is an actress, probably best known from starring in the films “That Awkward Moment” and “Nerve”, as well as in the television series “Fringe” and “The Deuce”. Meade has been active in the entertainment industry since 2006.
How much is the net worth of Emily Meade? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of her wealth is as much as $1 million, as of the data presented in early 2018. Film and television are the main sources of Meade modest fortune.
Emily Meade (Actress) Net Worth $1 million
To begin with, the girl was raised in New York City, but there is no other information about her childhood or educational background is also not given.
Concerning her professional career, she debuted landing a role in the German drama film “The House Is Burning” (2006) by Holger Ernst. Then Emily was cast as a main in the Brett Simon comedy film “Assassination of a High School President” (2008) starring Reece Thompson and Bruce Willis. In 2010, the actress portrayed Jessica Brayson in the film “Twelve”, Chloe Marx in “Burning Palms” as well as Leah Hellerman in “My Soul to Take”, and the same year created episodic roles for the television series “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and “Boardwalk Empire”, all of which firmly established her net worth.
Then Emily was cast as a main in the drama film “Silver Tongues” (2011) by Simon Arthur, and was cast in the crime thriller “Trespass” (2011), which failed at the box office as well as receiving mostly negative critics’ responses. However, the actress was seen in the critically acclaimed comedy drama “Young Adult” (2011) which was also successful at the box office. In 2012, Emily Meade had small roles in the films “Adventures in the Sin Bin”, “Thanks for Sharing” and “Sleepwalk with Me”, before starring alongside Amy Morton, Margo Martindale and John Slattery in the drama film “Bluebird” (2013). Meade was then one of the main stars in the drama film about a runaway teenager who got pregnant, and was sheltered in a home for pregnant adolescents “Gimme Shelter” (2013), written, produced and directed by Ronald Krauss. Emily then joined the directorial debut of Tom Gormican – “That Awkward Moment” (2014) – and interpreted Alice in the film “Gabriel” (2014). She was a main in the drama series “The Leftovers” (2014) aired on HBO. In 2015, she shared the screen with Dustin Milligan and Luke Bracey in Max Landis directorial debut “Me Him Her” which premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival.
More recently, the actress has had roles in the thriller “Money Monster” (2016) by Jodie Foster, and in the adventure film “Nerve” (2016) by Henry Joost, plus one of the main roles in the television film “Mother, May I Sleep with Danger?” by Melanie Aitkenhead. Since 2017, she has been one of the main characters of the drama series “The Deuce” aired on HBO. To conclude, all the above mentioned roles have increased the net worth of Emily Meade.
Finally, in the personal life of the actress, she is married, but doesn’t give away any information about her husband.
|Full Name||Emily Meade|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Date Of Birth||January 10, 1989|
|Place Of Birth||New York City, USA|
|Height||5' 6" (1.68 m)|
|Awards||Karlovy Vary International Film Festival - Winner Best Actress (2013, Shared with Amy Morton, Louisa Krause, Margo Martindale )|
|Nominations||Emerge Film Festival, Maine, US - Best Actress (2015, Festival Prize)|
|Movies||Trial by Fire (2018), Nerve (2016), Money Monster (2016), Bluebird (2013), Burning Palms (2010), Adventures in the Sin Bin (2012), Trespass (2011), My Soul to Take (2010)|
|TV Shows||The Deuce (TV Series, 2017), The Leftovers (2014), Boardwalk Empire (2010), Fashion News Live (TV Series, 2014), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2008-2011)|
|1||I've been crazy lucky that I've never had a day job. I get really close to having no money, then I always wind up getting some kind of great job.|
|2||The funniest thing is I never understood why actors were so shady about who they're dating. Then I realized the things you say get printed and the people you're involved with read them. That's what's tricky. Nothing goes unnoticed. I don't want to get myself in trouble!|
|3||Most of my good friends are my friends from high school or childhood, and they're not actors - they have 9-to-5 jobs. But I've obviously, over time, developed friendships with actors. It's two completely different worlds.|
|4||I don't want fame as far as the tweeting or the image of it. But, the idea of being famous is actually exciting to me, just because then you can have a choice in what you do. I would like to be at a point where I'm not asking for parts anymore, and I'm actually just choosing between a part that I want to do.|
|5||Sometimes I get really down on myself for not having the exact career I want, but it's ok as long as you know what you want and you're going towards that. Accept it's going to be a different path than you thought in the first place.|
|6||I am very harsh on myself. I can point out a list. My nose is very strange. I have a very round face. I sound so ungrateful. Obviously I'm being hard on myself. Whether it's body dysmorphia, or whatever it is, I can always find something wrong.|
|7||I always have a very complex personal life as far as romance goes. Sometimes I have a little too much time to get into too much trouble... and drama. It's either I'm working, or I have nothing to do but focus on my personal life. It's a little hectic.|
|8||You grow up loving movies, and your first instinct is you want to be an actor, because those are the people you see in the movies. But when you actually become an actor, you're like, 'Oh, wait, this is actually only a small portion of the storytelling. If I want to really tell a story, I'd want to be a director.'|
|9||I get a little nauseous and disoriented watching 3D, but as a kid I loved it and I was really into it, so if a movie can be in 3D, then why not?|
|10||I was traumatized by the cartoon version of 'The Hobbit.' It's not supposed to be scary, I don't think, but literally I think that's the most scared I've ever been.|
|11||I was like little-miss wannabe punk-rocker; I would go home and secretly listen to Pink, and dance around, like, 'Ugh, she understands me so well!'|
|The Deuce||2017||TV Series post-production||Lori|
|Mother, May I Sleep with Danger?||2016||TV Movie||Pearl|
|Broad City||2016||TV Series||Maxanne|
|Charlie, Trevor and a Girl Savannah||2015||Savannah|
|Me Him Her||2015||Gabbi|
|The Leftovers||2014||TV Series||Aimee|
|That Awkward Moment||2014||Christy|
|Thanks for Sharing||2012||Becky|
|Adventures in the Sin Bin||2012||Suzie|
|Sleepwalk with Me||2012||Samantha|
|Young Adult||2011||Denny's Waitress|
|Fringe||2011||TV Series||Ella Dunham|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||2008-2011||TV Series||Corinne Stafford / Anna|
|Boardwalk Empire||2010||TV Series||Pearl|
|My Soul to Take||2010||Fang|
|Burning Palms||2010||Chloe Marx|
|Law & Order||2010||TV Series||Bonnie Jones / Amanda Evans|
|Back||2009||TV Movie||Shannon Miles|
|Assassination of a High School President||2008||Tiffany Ashwood|
|The House Is Burning||2006||Anne|
|Fashion News Live||2014||TV Series||Herself|
|2013||Best Actress||Karlovy Vary International Film Festival||Bluebird (2013)|
|2015||Festival Prize||Emerge Film Festival, Maine, US||Best Actress||Bluebird (2013)|