Abrams Artists Agency has signed Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, who plays Cameron and Mitchell's daughter on “Modern Family," TheWrap has learned.
Anderson–Emmons made history at the age of four by becoming the youngest-ever nominee and recipient of a SAG Award for her performance as Lily Tucker-Pritchett on ABC's hit show "Modern Family." Last season, she added a third SAG Award to her shelf. Now, at the tender age of seven, she's working on her fourth year as a series regular.
Anderson-Emmons has helped increase awareness regarding cultural diversity as an Asian-American playing a trans-racial adoptee of gay parents.
Even with her busy work and school schedule, Anderson-Emmons has donated her time to support such charitable organizations as St. Jude's Hospital, California Covenant House Youth Shelter, Let Them Play Sports Organization, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Olive Crest, Help A Mother Out and Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.
Anderson-Emmons is currently training in vocal and dance instruction and had performed leading roles in several regional youth theater productions including "Seussical," "Aladdin" and "Into The Woods." She recently attended a few Broadway musicals and hopes to one day star on the Broadway stage.