As far as time in the acting industry goes, one cannot say that Emily Axford has spent plenty of time in the industry, having joined in 2009 but in that period, she has gone on to make a name for herself on projects like Adam Ruins Everything and Hot Date. The New York-born actress has continued to make waves in the industry as both an actress, a writer, and a producer.
She is famous for her work as an actress but she is also a writer who apart from writing episodes of TV shows, also has a published book to her name. It is an impressive resume for someone who joined the industry in 2009. Let us take a closer look at her life and her journey as an actress thus far. Read on.
Biography of Emily Axford
Emily Axford was born in Albany, New York on the 26th of July, 1984 where she was equally raised by her parents. We do not know much about her background but Emily completed her education at George Washington University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Religion as she graduated in 2007.
Her time at George Washington is notable primarily as the start of her life in comedy and as an actress. She was a part of ReceSs, an improv troupe in the school. Following her graduation, she continued to be a part of a comedy improv group by joining Upright Citizens Brigade, working with the troupe in both New York and Los Angeles. With her education and experience on the rise with Upright Citizens Brigade, Emily Axford began to explore other opportunities and she found a writing position with CollegeHumor in 2011.
She worked with the web series from 2011 to 2018, both as a writer and an actress. Although her mainstream popularity began to rise with her time on CollegeHumor, she had made onscreen appearances on other productions like Nice Brothers in 2009 and various short films like Charlie on Parole, The Plumber, Overly Ambitious Ensemble Drama, Accidentes, and a couple more others. During her time working for CollegeHumor, she starred in the show, Dinosaur Office as the characters – Sheila and Maria. She also starred in Jake and Amir as Emily.
For Emily Axford, the bulk of her career has been appearances on web shows across different digital platforms until 2015, when she starred in Self Conscious Workout as Emmy, and as Naomi in an episode of Bad Internet in 2016. Her first major appearance in a national television TV show was Adam Ruins Everything in 2015, where she starred as herself from 2015 to 2018.
Other notable projects Emily Axford has starred in, include Hot Date, Dimension 20, and Tuca & Bertie.
Outside of onscreen acting, she is also a cast member on Not Another D&D Podcast, a podcast about Dungeons and Dragons.
An Inside Look at Brian Murphy’s Wife
Maintaining a long and lasting relationship in Hollywood can be quite a challenge but the chances are improved when you work closely with your husband. That has been the story of Emily Axford and Brian K. Murphy.
The two of them met while they were both working on the web series, CollegeHumor and they have maintained their relationship ever since, which metamorphized into a marriage on the 20th of September, 2014 when they exchanged their vows in front of their friends and family in West Hollywood, California. Since they became a couple, their marriage is yet to produce a child.
Emily was seen on the show Hot Date with her husband, along with working as co-producers. Their relationship has also born the fruit of authorship, as they co-wrote the book ‘HEY, U UP? (for a Serious Relationship): How to Turn Your Booty Call into Your Emergency Contact’.
In the further establishment of the love and affection Emily Axford and Brian Murphy share with each other, they renewed their vows in 2016, two years after their wedding. The couple resides in Brooklyn, New York.
Other Facts About Emily Axford
- Because of the diversity of her income, we are unable to determine the exact net worth of Emily Axford but she is considered to be worth north of $500,000.
- Emily Axford and her husband, also host the 8-Bit Book Club, a podcast where they review books and shows.
- Although she hasn’t done much in regard to music as an adult, back in high school, she used to play the flute for song covers.