Emily TremaineNatalie Atwood
Emily Tremaine is an American actress. She is best known for playing the role of Heather, the receptionist at American Century Records on "Vinyl" (2016), a new HBO series, directed by Martin Scorsese. She has also recurred in guest-starring roles on the television series "The Blacklist" (2014, NBC), "The Big C" (2013, Showtime), and "Royal Pains" (USA, 2015).
Tremaine was cast in her first lead film role in the ABC Family (now Freeform)/Hallmark film "Firelight," directed by Darnell Martin. Since then, she has been cast in numerous independent films including "Shadows and Lies," "The Best and the Brightest," "Obvious Child," "This is Happening" and "Self/less." Notably, she played the role of Cristy in Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" (2013), and the role of Shelia Jarcho in "Experimenter," which premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Tremaine is originally from Rochester, Minnesota. She was professionally trained as a ballet dancer and studied with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and North Carolina School of The Arts. After sustaining a severe dance injury that left her unable to walk for several months, she developed her love of acting while choreographing her high school musical. She was then cast as the lead in the musical after a full recovery from her injury,Tremaine graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in New York, where she studied theatre, dance and writing. She lived in London for one year, and studied theatre at The Central School for Speech and Drama. After graduation, she moved to Brooklyn and booked small roles on television shows, including "As The World Turns" (CBS) and "The Good Wife" (CBS).