Emily Haine Net Worth

Emily Haine was born on January 25, 1974, is Actress. Born in Vancouver, B.C. to an Austrian father and a French-Canadian mother. Emily was home schooled as a teenager and after graduation packed a bag and followed her dreams to London, England where she attended theatre training at Meisner studio The Actors Temple. Emily found her voice and it overflowed. She returned to Vancouver, got scouted by an agent, joined a punk-rock band and while enrolled at art school for design Emily booked the role of oddball Noreen Vanderslice in critically acclaimed mini-series 'Fargo'. She has since commenced training at The Upright Citizens Brigade in New York.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day January 25, 1974
Birth name Emily Savitri Haines
Origin Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Genres Indie rock new wave
Occupation(s) Singer songwriter
Instruments Vocals keyboards piano guitar tambourine harmonica
Years active 1990–present
Labels Last Gang
Associated acts Metric Broken Social Scene Lou Reed Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton
Website www.emilyhaines.com

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Famous Quotes:

I found myself with a body of work that was dealing with a whole whack of themes that really weren't suited to Metric. It would've been very strange to bring those songs to a band. The way Metric songs usually develop is that I write something on the piano that sounds a lot like those songs.



After settling in Peterborough at the age of three, she grew up in a house rich with experimental art and musical expression. Paul would often make cassettes of rare and eclectic music for his daughter to Listen to and her early influences included Carla Bley, Robert Wyatt, and later PJ Harvey. By her teens, she followed in her parents' footsteps by attending the Etobicoke School of the Arts (ESA) to study drama. There she met Amy Millan and Kevin Drew, with whom she would later collaborate in Broken Social Scene (co-founded by Drew), a musical collective. During their time at ESA, Haines and Millan formed their first band together (around 1990), and she also briefly dated Drew.


Haines attended the University of British Columbia in Vancouver between 1992 and 1993, and Concordia University in Montreal between 1995 and 1996. In 1996, she distributed a limited-edition album entitled Cut in Half and Also Double that included songs written and recorded during her student years.


Haines met James Shaw in Toronto in 1997. Initially, the duo's name was "Mainstream". After releasing an EP entitled Mainstream EP, they changed the band's name to "Metric", after a sound that was programmed by Shaw on his keyboard in 1997 or 1998. In 2001, Winstead and Scott-Key joined them.


In 2004, Metric appeared in the 2004 drama film Clean. Haines and the rest of the band, appearing as themselves, performed their song "Dead Disco" and completed minor speaking roles in a backstage scene. "Dead Disco" also featured on Clean Original Soundtrack.


In 2006, Haines released the studio album Knives Don't Have Your Back, under the moniker "Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton". The songs "Our Hell" and "Doctor Blind" were issued as singles and corresponding music videos were produced. Knives Don't Have Your Back was followed in 2007 by the EP What Is Free to a Good Home?—recordings that were inspired by the death of her father.


As of late August 2013, Haines is involved with FLEET4HEARme, a collaboration between herself, Fleet Jewelry, and HearMe—the latter is an organization that aims to increase children's access to music programs in public schools. In support of the project, Haines explained: "I feel like anybody who wants to play an instrument should be able to." September 2015, Rudsak unveiled a leather jacket customized by Emily Haines. The jacket is a classic black motor-cycle style with lyrics from "The Governess" on the back.


A tour supporting "Choir of the Mind" took place throughout North America in late 2017.


As of March 2018, Metric has released six studio albums: Old World Underground, Where Are You Now? (2003), Live It Out (2005), Grow Up and Blow Away (2007, but recorded in 2001), Fantasies (2009), Synthetica (2012), and Pagans in Vegas (2015).