Emily Eaglin works at University of Maryland in Baltimore County in the Visual Arts and Gender Women Studies Department.
In addition to being an actor and filmmaker, she is passionate about activism regarding race relations, gender equality, as well as access to education, LGBT+ rights,
and is the President of "People United", an activist student org at her school.
Emily has been interviewed on NBC 4, NPR, WHUR 96.3 FM, & the Mick Betancourt Podcast.
Emily has created several short films as well as worked on the film Pig Pen, co-hosted the 5th Annual World Music & Independent Film Festival, and has appeared in everything from Mariah Carey music videos to True Crime TV shows.
Over the summer of 2016 she worked on the new FOX show, "Shots Fired" that dealt with the relevant issues of racial biases in police misconduct. One of her ultimate goals is to bring about positive change through spreading awareness of these issues in her films.
Emily is currently working on her short film, Sweeter which she wrote, directed, edited, and acted in. The story is a coming-of-age comedy told through the daughter of a young mother living in Baltimore. She looks forward to entering it into the festival circuit.
Emily is also the creator of 2 original series, a sketch comedy show entitled Marylandia (2014-2015) and a surrealist talk show entitled Art, Sip, & Chill (2016-Present). She wants to take this opportunity to thank her viewers for holding it down for her and supporting her in their enthusiasm for the series.
In her spare time, Emily sits in an editing suite wishing she had more spare time, then she gets back to editing.
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Small time TV personality.
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