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Emilie Goodrich is a New York City - based actor, singer and voiceover artist. She graduated from the University of Michigan's department of Theatre and Drama. You can catch her playing Pinkalicious in the upcoming production of "Pinkalicious" at the John Engeman Theatre at Northport! Recent credits include: "Gossip Girl", "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" , Leicester Square Theatre —West End Workshop titled "Mad Hatter", written by Vincent Connor and Michael Polo [Chor. Richard Jones, MD. Charlie Reuter], and Westchester Sandbox Theatre Regional TYA Touring Group — "James and the Giant Peach" and "Madagascar: A Musical Adventure" [Dir. Jason Summers]. For the majority of her collegiate career, she was the program director of Michigan Performance Outreach Workshop (MPOW), founded by Erika Henningsen and Ashley Park — a program allowing her to give back to the artistic community and inspire young artists. As an actor with Tourette's Syndrome, advocates for actors that come from all walks of life and struggle with any and all disabilities.
Currently, Emilie is working as a children's theatre educator at The Westchester Sandbox theatre, and studying at The Barrow Group's Professional Acting Conservatory.