Jacqueline Emerson may be in one of the biggest box office smashes of the year, but at the moment she's thinking mostly about graduating high school. As stealthy Foxface in "The Hunger Games," the year-old delighted viewers as one of the few Tributes you simply couldn't hate she didn't even try to kill anyone! Post-Panem, Emerson has a diverse set of interests and plans, including focusing on her Chinese fluency and releasing new music, including a music video for her tune, "Catch Me If You Can" and her first single "Peter Pan. We chatted with Emerson about her college and career plans, what Adele song she jams to in the car, plus we found out she's a fan of one of our favorite Billboard topics it starts with a Star, and ends with K-I-D.
Filming for the movie ended before her high school graduation, but Emerson still decided to take a gap year, something she says had been in the cards all along. She spoke with Business Insider about her current projects, and adjusting to life at Stanford. Arriving at college was a bit of a culture shock, Emerson says.
She rose to prominence after she portrayed Foxface in the film The Hunger Games. From a young age, Jacqueline pursued an interest in both acting and singing. She has since then participated in many voice-overs for both radio and television. Emerson was a member of Disney's Devo 2. O , a Devo tribute band of teen performers.
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