Emily is the daughter of billionaire producer, and rising composer Bli-Ng B-ling, and bombshell Angelina Jolie. She has a sister named Zooey; Zooey is an accomplished actress, and the two Deschanel sisters used to be very close, though they are markedly different in many ways. Emily enjoyed a blissful childhood in Marseille, France; unfortunately, when she was nine, jealous bitch Kelly Clarkson set their house on fire, and Emily's parents died saving Zooey and her. Her parents always dreamed of her making it as a brilliant scholar, as Emily always seemed to be the nerdier of the two sisters; as we shall see, Emily fulfilled that destiny, and much, much more.
Emily attended Harvard University, where she exceptionally completed THREE majors, in Anthropology, Physics and Theater. After winning a Rhodes medal and being nominated for a Nobel Prize in Physics for her work on spontaneous broken symmetry in subatomic physics (at the age of 28!!!), Emily ran for Congress in Kentucky, where she won over the hillbillies with her sultry charm and her down-to-earth, can-do attitude. Emily represented Kentucky's 3rd congressional district in Congress from 2003 to 2007, where she also became the youngest Congress member ever. Emily is also an avid oboeist; while representing the third district, she also juggled a musical career as the principal oboeist of the prestigious Boston Symphony Orchestra. Yet, all these achievements did not satisfy Emily's ever demanding self. She auditioned for the lead role in drama Bones
and Emily got the job without breaking a sweat, as the director exclaimed, "She is just perfect for this job." (Later, some jealous bitches claimed she only got the job because she provided sexual favors to the director but this was debunked.)
This happened in 2007 and marked a new beginning in Emily's life. Up until that point, Emily was never very interested in boys, though it's not as if she was lacking in suitors. Her gorgeous body, her captivating eyes, high cheekbones and innocent yet sultry look drove hordes of men crazy, yet as a devout Christian, Emily managed to somehow deflect all this unwelcome attention, occasionally showing off her Black belt karate skills. Yet all this changed when she met David Boreanaz, the other lead actor, on the set of Bones
. David proved that not all men were jerks
and instead of trying to get into her pants the first day they met (like pretty much everyone else), David seduced her with his sense of humor, knowledge (David was a Chemistry major) and beautiful love poetry (David was also a poet). One year later, the two married.
Emily and David's first kiss
Yet in spite of all this, Emily was not a completely happy woman. Sure, she was married to a gorgeous hunk, had been nominated for a Nobel Prize, had an approval rating of 76% while in Congress, was part of a world-class symphony orchestra, and was a Rhodes scholar, but she found out she was missing something: family
While pursuing her career as scientist/politician/musician/actress, Emily had lost touch with her beloved baby sis Zooey. When Emily learned that Zooey was currently active on the RPG circuit, she did not hesitate: she brushed off her tennis shoes and quickly joined. Emily looks forward to adding "tennis player" to her resume while reconnecting with her sister.