Who is Emily Montague? Wiki Bio
Emily Montague was born in Livingston, New Jersey USA, on 30 August 1984, so her zodiac sign is Virgo and she holds American nationality. She is an actress and a film producer, probably best known for having portrayed Abby Deveraux in three episodes of the romantic drama series “Days of Our Lives” in 2007 – the show has been running since 1965. It currently stars Frances Reid, John Clarke, and Macdonald Carey and follows people living in the made-up city Salem. It has won 226 awards and has been nominated for 465 others including four Primetime Emmys.
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Early life and education
Emily was raised alongside her younger sister in Livingston by their father who was a car mechanic, and their mother who was a nurse.
She became interested in acting at the age of six when she started watching movies and TV series with her mother, and would often perform for her and tell her how she was going to become a famous actress one day. She attended a local high school in Livingston, where she was a member of the school’s drama club and appeared in most of the plays performed there. Upon matriculation in 2002, Emily didn’t enroll at a college but moved to Los Angeles in California to pursue her dream of becoming a famous actress.
Roles in movies
Emily made her debut film appearance in 2004 when she starred as Emily in the short film “Paper or Plastic”, about a man working at a store who falls in love with his dream girl. In the same year, she portrayed a supporting character in the comedy movie “Door to the Throne”, which starred Mark Aiken and Dean Collins but which passed by unnoticed. Then Emily appeared in the drama war film “Beauty in Chaos” which is about art in a time of war.
The year 2005 saw Emily star as Sasha in the short drama film “Portrait of a Man and a Woman: Los Angeles, c. 2004” which was directed and written by Tara Samat and which starred Sebastian DeVicente and Sebastian Feldman.
In 2006 she portrayed the lead character in the short comedy drama film “Quarters”, about a young man who was about to break-up with his girlfriend before talking to a wise old man. The year 2008 saw Emily play the supporting role as Archie’s Girl in the short comedy movie “Key Lime Lie”, which was both written and directed by Leah Rachel who won an Award of Merit for the film. Emily’s following notable performance was in the short film “A. M.” in 2010, in which she starred as Katie in the story about a woman who meets a stranger in the middle of a desert.
In 2011 Emily was invited to portray the supporting character Doris in the comedy horror film “Fright Night”, which starred Anton Yelchin and Colin Farrell, and which is about a man who finds out that his neighbor is an ancient vampire; the movie won two awards and was nominated for eight others.
The following year saw Emily star as Jennifer Danube in the drama horror mystery movie “Resolution” which was written and directed by Justin Benson, portray Sara in the short comedy movie “The Money Shot”, and play Sam in the short romantic drama movie “Warring Hearts”.
Some of her latest appearances in movies have been in the short comedy “Wide Open” which she wrote and produced, and in which she portrayed Nicole in 2015; in another short comedy “Waiting for Nana” which she produced and in which she played Megan in 2016, and in the drama fantasy horror “The Endless” in which she portrayed Jennifer Danube in 2017.
Roles in TV series
Emily made her debut TV series appearance in 2004 when she portrayed Heather in the episode “Red Glaire” of the crime drama mystery series “Cold Case”, before she guest starred as Josie in a single episode of the romantic drama series “South of Nowhere” in 2006.
Some of Emily’s following roles were in the crime drama mystery series “Close to Home” and the comedy crime series “Boston Legal”, which starred James Spader and William Shatner and which was very popular in the US as it won a Golden Globe Award. In 2010, she appeared in a single episode of the crime drama mystery series “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” as Karen Jones, and was then invited to guest star in the episode “Wilshire” of the romantic drama series “Melrose Place”.
The year 2011 saw Emily appear in single episodes of the romantic comedy series “Rules of Engagement”, the comedy crime drama series “Memphis Beat”, and the comedy series “LadyPantz Presentz”.
In 2014, she guest starred as Gabby Morrell in the episode “The Drama in the Queen” of the comedy crime series “Bones”, while some of Emily’s latest appearances in TV series have been in the romantic comedy “Anger Management” in 2014, the drama thriller “Scandal” in 2016, and the sitcom “Grace and Frankie” in 2017.
Love life and relationships
Emily met Chris D’Elia in 2003 while he was performing at a club in New York City. Christopher is a stand-up comedian, actor, and a podcast host, who gained recognition after he portrayed Alex Miller in the comedy series “Whitney” which aired from 2011 to 2013.
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Chris and Emily dated for three years before marrying on 29 July 2006, in a small ceremony attended by their closest friends and family, but in 2010 they divorced due to what appears to be infidelity from Chris’ side, as he (officially) started dating a girl shortly after the divorce was finalized. Chris’ first child was born in February 2020.
In 2013, Emily started dating Damon Dayoub, who is an actor and a producer known for his supporting role in the romantic drama comedy series “Single Ladies”. They married on 2 May 2015, and Emily gave birth to their daughter Ava James Dayoub in December 2017 – the family of three is currently living at their home in Los Angeles.
Damon Joseph Dayoub was born in El Paso, Colorado USA, on 14 July 1980 – his zodiac sign is Cancer and he holds American nationality. He was raised by his parents Richard Dayoub and Andrea Evers, and became interested in acting while attending Coronado High School. Damon matriculated in 1998, and enrolled at the University of Texas, Austin obtaining his Bachelor of Arts degree in acting in 2002. He worked several jobs to financially support himself, before moving to Los Angeles and winning his first role in the crime drama series “The Whole Truth” in 2010, while many other roles followed, such as in the drama series “Brothers & Sisters” in 2011, and the action drama science fiction series “The Last Ship” in 2015.
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Damon’s main hobby is exercising, and he has several training sessions at the gym each week, thus his muscular body.
Hobbies and other interests
Emily likes to bake and has shared many of her tips and recipes with her fans on Instagram, but has recently set her profile to private after being harassed by a fan. She likes to travel and has been all around the US to shoot for her movies and TV series, while she has also been to Europe on several occasions, visiting countries such as England and France among others, however, she is currently focused on staying home and raising her daughter.
She is keen on being in nature and often takes her daughter for a walk in a park close to her home, while the family of three occasionally goes on field trips together.
In her spare time, Emily enjoys reading books and watching movies, with some of her favorite actors and actresses being Robin Williams, Sandra Bullock and Julia Roberts, while some of her favorite movies are “Patch Adams”, “Runaway Bride”, and “Les Miserables”.
Appearance and net worth
Emily is 35 years old. She has long blonde hair and blue eyes, is 5ft 6ins (1.67m) tall, and weighs around 132lbs (60kgs). As of May 2020, her net worth is estimated at over $500,000.