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Chicago native Emily Bergl honed her performance skills reciting poetry in competition for the National Forensics League when she was enrolled at the prestigious Grinnell College in Iowa. After graduating, she pursued a professional career, which started with a bang when she earned the lead role in The Rage: Carrie 2. She followed this with appearances on ER and NYPD Blue, and in 2003, she was cast in the role of Francie Jarvis on the hit one-hour dramedy Gilmore Girls. In 2006, she enjoyed two great successes, being cast in the series Men in Trees, as well as in the experimental film Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus. In 2010, she worked with Jason Biggs and Cedric the Entertainer in the political comedy Grassroots.

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