Emily Deschanel Biography
Emily Deschanel, being a lover of the performing arts, attended Boston Universitys Professional Actors Training Program and graduated with a Bachelors degree in Fine Arts in Theater. Her fellow actress Ginnifer Goodwin attended the training program with her. While she was attending classes in this school, she lived at Hooker Street in Brighton which she called as cool neighborhood.
Being in a family of natural showbiz people, blue eyed Emily Deschanel cannot be stopped from making her debut in films. She was first seen on the big screen in the 1994 comedy film It Could Happen to You. She was also seen in major motion pictures which include Cold Mountain and Spiderman II. Her rise to fame was quick and she was even named as One of the Actors to Watch in the October 2004 annual Young Hollywood issue of the Interview Magazine.
Her other movie roles are as Mrs. Morgan in Cold Mountains in 2003, as Rosanna Travis in The Alamo in 2004, as the receptionist in Spider Man II (2004), as Laura, the sister of a neurotic woman in the romantic comedy Easy (2004), as Kate in The Boogeyman (2005) and as Mary Haskins in the real life story Glory Roads (2006)
When Emily Deschanel was cast in Bones, things began to change for her. This film about the belittling scientist who was called to solve crimes by examining the evidences on human remains became a hit.
Emily Deschanel is an active member of the Adrienne Shelly Foundations advisory board, which aims to support female actors, directors and writers in honor of the late filmmaker.
Emily Deschanel was a vegan which means a person who does not use products relating to animals such as leather shoes, leather bags and wallets, wool shirts, and others. A vegan is also a person who does not eat animals, no matter what it is.
Emily Deschanels paternal grandfather was French therefore, she has a French blood and at the same time also has an Irish American ancestry.