|Birth Day||July 30, 1818|
|Birth Place||West Yorkshire, England|
|Age||201 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Dec 19, 1848 (age 30)|
Member of the famous Bronte literary family and author of the classic novel, Wuthering Heights. She died at age thirty, just a year after the publication of her now-famous novel.
During her childhood in Northern England, she and her siblings spent a considerable amount of time creating fantasy worlds and writing and enacting stories. She briefly attended the Clergy Daughters' School before returning home to be educated by her father.
She wrote under the pen name of Ellis Bell.
Her parents were Maria Branwell and Patrick Bronte. Her three surviving siblings were Charlotte Bronte (author of the classic novel Jane Eyre), Anne Bronte, and Branwell Bronte.
Famous stage actor, Laurence Olivier, starred in the film version of Emily Bronte's novel, Wuthering Heights.