Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Emily Arlook was always surrounded by the entertainment industry. After training at the Lee Strasberg Institute, she appeared in many productions such as the feature film "Just Add Water," starring Danny DeVito, Jonah Hill, Justin Long and Melissa McCarthy; FOX's "The Grinder"; MTV's "Mary + Jane"; Amazon's "Hand of God"; and NBC's "The Good Place," starring Ted Danson and Kristen Bell. She can next be seen starring alongside Yara Shahidi in Freeform's "grown-ish," the official spin-off to ABC's hit series "black-ish," created by Kenya Barris.
Arlook has also made an impression in the digital space starring in Refinery 29's original web series "Shitty Boyfriends," alongside Sandra Oh and from producer Lisa Kudrow. Arlook also created and starred in Funny or Die's original short "Home," a parody of the feature film "Room"; and will be seen as Lucy in Vice's upcoming second season of "Pillow Talk," alongside Patrick J. Adams.