Emily Mae Young was awarded the Little Miss Apple Dumpling at the age of four and $100. She first appeared on television in a number of commercials, including Welch's juice and Sears ads. Young's television credits include All My Children, Loving, and numerous appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Step By Step was her first television series.
Emily starred with Yasmine Bleeth and Dean Winters in the 1999 romantic comedy Undercover Angel.
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