Aubrey Anderson-Emmons Wikipedia
Born Name: Aubrey Frances Anderson-Emmons
Date of Birth: June 6, 2007 (age 12)
Place of Birth: Santa Monica, California, United States
Television: Modern Family
Parent(s): Amy Anderson, Kent Emmons
Grandparents: Harold Anderson, Jan Anderson
Aubrey Frances Anderson-Emmons (born June 6, 2007) is an American child actress, known for her role as Lily Tucker-Pritchett on ABC's Modern Family.
She was the youngest star on the red carpet at the 2012 and 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards.
She is the daughter of Korean-American Amy Anderson and Kent Emmons, who are separated. Her mother is a stand-up comedian and actress and her father is a media entrepreneur.
She donates a lot of her time to charity work for St. Jude's Hospital, California Covenant House Youth Shelter, Let Them Play Sports Organization, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Olive Crest, Help A Mother Out, My Stuff Bags, EIF Revlon Run/Walk For Women and Dave Thomas Foundation For Adoption.
Anderson-Emmons joined the cast of Modern Family in its third season in 2011, where she replaced Ella & Jaden Hiller in the role of Lily Tucker-Pritchett, a Vietnamese-born child adopted by a gay American couple. Her role has been praised for raising cultural diversity awareness. In 2011 she became the youngest person ever to be nominated and to win the Screen Actors Guild Award, at age 4; however, she was not nominated for her sole performance, but for the performance of the whole ensemble.
Anderson-Emmons also does a regular YouTube segment, FoodMania Review, with her mother, Amy. The duo started making their videos in 2015 and have 15,000 subscribers with over 1 million views on their videos combined as of February.
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