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Hottest Woman 10/19/14 – EMILY KINNEY (The Walking Dead)!


Emily Rebecca Kinney  is an American actress and recording artist.

Born in Wayne, Nebraska in 2006, she studied and graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University.

Kinney started her career at the age of 23, when she participated in the play Spring Awakening, in which she played the role of Anna, a smart and carefree resident in a strict city. The following year, she participated in August: Osage County, where she played the role of Jean Fordham.[2] It was announced that Kinney was cast a role on Showtime's The Big C, playing the role of Emily. Later, Kinney appeared on NBC's Law & Order: Criminal Intent, where she played the guest role of Jeannie Richmonds. Kinney made her film debut with Aunt Tigress, where she played the role of Aunt Gina. Kinney continued her acting as a variety of recurring, guest and cameo roles on a majority of films and television shows.

Kinney was cast as a recurring character on AMC's The Walking Dead, where she played Beth Greene, the 16-year-old sister of Maggie Greene in Season 2, being 25-year-old at the time. After being on the show for two years, she received a promotion to series regular, along with Chad Coleman and Sonequa Martin-Green. She then released her first extended play The Blue Toothbrush. Kinney participated in The Walking Dead: AMC Original Soundtrack, Vol. 1, in which she collaborated with Lauren Cohan on the single, "The Parting Glass".

Kinney returned to the Law & Order franchise in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, in the role of Haley Cole. She released her second extended play recording, Expired Love. In an interview with AMC, Kinney talks about the story of the album: "'Expired Love' is about my story. But I do think that with my acting career, my style seeps into my career a lot. My songs are similar to Tom Waits' in that they’re little stories. Sometimes I write songs based on one word or feeling that keeps popping up for me. And I do feel like, because I’ve never played a character for so long, that it can’t help but seep its way into things. It’s like, maybe this is why a particular idea keeps coming up for me, because this is something that we keep dealing with on the show!"








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  1. Roger Michael 20 May, 2015 at 20:22 Reply

    A very cute young Lady and a fantastic singer and talent. She be a well spring of hope for a lost generation who are struggling to find themselves.She was great within “The Wallking Dead” Sorry to see her character Beth killed off so early within the show. She was/is a good supporting actress. Her music speaks for itself and is inspriational. I hope see knows CHRIST, for HE is the great comforter for all inspriational talented artists such as Ms. Emily R. Kinney. May GOD always be with her throughout her blessed Life….I am a fan….Keep going young Lady. All the best to you and yours….. Roger Michael; Bakersfield, California…..

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