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|Born||March 25, 1980|
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Tinsel Korey (born March 25, 1980) is a Canadian actress and singer-songwriter. She is best known for portraying Emily Young in The Twilight Saga film series.
Prior to moving to Vancouver, Korey had already appeared in some ads. She then decided in late 2002 to move to Hollywood, but was "stopped at the border because she couldn't prove she was going to come back to Canada. She couldn't go home though so she called her friend and got on a flight to Vancouver and she's been there ever since."
In 2006, Korey was given a small role as a rape victim opposite Callum Keith Rennie in the film Unnatural & Accidental , which told the story of a series of murders of mostly First Nations women. The film's director, Carl Bessai, recalled: "It was one of her first gigs and it was harrowing. She was terrified and Callum is so method, so intense. It was one of those moments where you watch a young actor and you think, 'This will either really give them the power to act or it will just alienate them.'"
Korey performed as a singer at the 2008 National Aboriginal Achievement Awards.
Korey currently lives in Los Angeles.
|2005||It Waits||Lark Rainwater|
|2006||Divided by Zero||Ashley||Short|
|2006||Unnatural & Accidental||Blue Girl|
|2008||Mothers & Daughters||Cynthia|
|2009||The Twilight Saga: New Moon||Emily Young|
|2010||The Twilight Saga: Eclipse||Emily Young|
|2011||The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1||Emily Young|
|2015||Single in South Beach||Sandra|
|2015||The Native and the Shrink||Rachel||Short|
|2016||Guns of Purgatory||S.S. Abbey||Short|
|2004||Tru Calling||Jen||"Murder in the Morgue"|
|2004||Da Vinci's Inquest||Sheila||"A Man When He's Down"|
|2005||Into the West||Bluebird||TV miniseries|
|2006||Godiva's||Chantal||"The Fifth Taste", "Inked", "Exit Strategies"|
|2007||Luna: Spirit of the Whale||Annie||TV film|
|2007||Post Mortem||Alicia||TV film|
|2007||Tin Man||Airofday||TV miniseries|
|2007||Intelligence||Felicia||"Something in the Air", "The Heat Is On", "A Dark Alliance"|
|2008||The Quality of Life||Anna Navarez||TV film|
|2008||Rabbit Fall||Zoe||Regular role|
|2008||The Guard||Martine / Justine||Recurring role|
|2009||Wyvern||Vinyl Hampton||TV film|
|2012||Black Forest||Karin||TV film|
|2015||Z Nation||Ayalla||"We Were Nowhere Near the Grand Canyon"|
|2016||Longmire||Tina||"The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of"|
|2016||The Young and the Restless||Evan||"1.11036"|
|2018||The Detour||Megwyn||4 episodes|
|2018||Yellowstone||Emily Sessions||"A Monster Is Among Us"|
Helen Catherine Hardwicke is an American film director, production designer, and screenwriter. Her directorial work includes Thirteen (2003), which she co-wrote with Nikki Reed, the film's co-star, Lords of Dogtown (2005), The Nativity Story (2006), Twilight (2008), Red Riding Hood (2011), Plush (2013), Miss You Already (2015), Miss Bala (2019), and Prisoner's Daughter (2022).
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