Being a child actress or actress in Hollywood is no easy task. Many of these young stars grow up to be problematic individuals, while only a few of them succeed in building a respectable career free from the pitfalls that usually plague child stars. As a young actress in the entertainment industry, however, Emma Tremblay seems to be doing quite well so far.
Who is Emma Tremblay?
Emma Tremblay is best known for her role in the successful CW superhero TV series Supergirl, in which she played Ruby Arias, a character who will make her debut in the series’ third season. Her character is the daughter of Samantha Arias (played by Odette Annable), the unwitting alter ego of Kryptonian supervillain Reign. Emma’s introduction to the series was well-received, and her obvious talent and dedication to the character were applauded.
Although Emma is relatively new to the entertainment industry, she already has an impressive body of work to show for herself, and it is obvious that her career in the entertainment industry will not be short-lived. After all this, here are five facts you need to know about the young actress.
Five Facts To Know About Emma Tremblay
Emma Tremblay was born on April 21, 2004, in Vancouver, Canada, as the daughter of Jason and Christina Tremblay. Her father, Jason, is a police officer, while her mother is a housewife. Emma has two younger siblings – Jacob and Erica. Although Emma’s parents were initially hesitant about their child’s actions, they have continued to support their children and do their best to ensure that they stay grounded even when they achieve success and fame.
Emma comes from a close family and they currently live in Langley, British Columbia, Canada.
2. It Runs In The Family
Emma is not the only member of her family working in the entertainment industry. Her younger siblings are also actors, and both are also successful.
Jacob Tremblay, Emma’s younger brother, was born on October 5, 2006. The young actor has already achieved great success in the industry. Although his feature film debut was in Die Schlümpfe 2, he received international attention with his role in the Oscar-nominated film – Room. He also managed to take home several awards for his performance in this film. Jacob later starred in several films, including Wonder, The Predator, Before I Wake, The Book of Henry, and The Death And Life of John F. Donovan. He is also known as an avid fan of the Star Wars movie series.
Erica Tremblay, Emma’s sister, was born on August 16, 2009. Like her older siblings, she has already gained recognition in the entertainment industry. She is best known for her roles in Imaginary Mary, Before I fall, Extinction, The Bye Bye Man, and A perfect man. She also had guest roles in Supernatural and The Killing.
In the Tremblay family, there is clearly an excess of talent and charisma.
3. Impressive Filmography
Emma Tremblay has already created an impressive work at her age. She made her first television appearance in 2013 with the film Let It Snow, followed by the science fiction action film Elysium, in which she played Matilda Santiago – a child with leukemia. The following year, 2014, she starred in the highly anticipated dystopian science fiction film The Giver, in which she played the role of Lily.
Emma Tremblay also had roles in the television series Wayward Pines and The CW’s Supergirl.
4. Emma Tremblay Is An Exclusive League
The young actress is not the only Canadian children’s star to have had success in Hollywood, in fact, there were quite a few of them. This puts her in an exclusive league with some exceptionally talented people. Other Canadian child stars who have made it in Hollywood are Michael Cera, Dakota Goyo, Alexander Ludwig, Avan Jogia, Quinn Lord, Jodelle Ferland, and Finn Wolfhard.
5. The Future Is Bright
Emma Tremblay has already played with some of the best and brightest minds in Hollywood, and she obviously has no intention of slowing things down. The actress has signed on for several other projects that will be released in the next few years. One of them is Nomis – a science fiction film starring Henry Cavill, Alexandra Daddario, Nathan Fillion, Stanley Tucci, and Ben Kingsley.
If she continues at this pace, Emma’s future in Hollywood is as good as assured.