Emily Lynne Berthold is a well-known American actress, director, writer, and stand-up comedian who has worked on films such as “Pudding Face” and “Five To Places.”
Lynne will be 30 to 31 years old in 2020, having been born in 1989 in Sea Cliff, New York State, USA. Her exact birth date, however, is unknown to the general world. As a result, determining her exact age or when she celebrates her birthday is tricky. Nonetheless, we are keeping an eye on things and will keep you updated as soon as this information becomes available.
Lynne is a medium-sized woman with an average build. If her images are any indication, she is rather tall in comparison to her surroundings. However, information on her true height and other bodily measurements is now unavailable to the public. We’re keeping an eye on things and will update this post as soon as new information becomes available.
Emily attended and graduated from North Shore High School before enrolling at the State University of New York at Purchase to study film.
Lynne Berthold was born to the late Michael Thomas Berthold, an architect, and her mother, Laura Campbell, a parent educator.
Following our investigation, we discovered that no information regarding Lynne’s children is available to the public, and it is also unknown whether she has any children. This information, however, will be updated as soon as it becomes available.
We do not yet know Lynne’s exact pay, but we will keep an eye on it and provide an update as soon as it becomes available.
Berthold, Emily Lynne Lynne’s net worth has not been disclosed. He is a modest man who does not like to draw attention to himself by publicly showing his wife’s money. However, this part is under evaluation; we will notify you when information about her net worth becomes available.
Lynne began her job as an editor for MultiVu, a media production firm, after graduating. In 2011, she wrote, edited, and directed her own short comedy film, “Pudding Face,” starring her sister Kate McKinnon, Tiffani-Amber DiGrazia, and Jake Millgard.
She then made her cinematic debut as Theresa in Zack Morrison’s short comedy film “Five To Places” (2014). She rose to prominence in 2015 when she co-starred in the six-episode web series “Notary Publix” with her sister Kate. Emily and Kate were just cast in the fantasy comedy series “Heads Will Roll” (2019), therefore her net worth is likely increasing.
Emily provided the voice of Our Cartoon President, an American animated satirical television series that premiered on Showtime on February 11, 2018. The series has been renewed for a third season, which will broadcast on January 26, 2020.