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Emily Tung is a stuntwoman, parkour/freerunning athlete, breakdancer, martial artist, contortionist, and pole dancer. A Taiwanese-born-American based in the USA, Emily is renowned for her athleticism, versatility, and flexibility. With her unique movement background, she took her success from the streets to the screens and made a name for herself in film and television. Always training and pushing herself to the next level, Emily can take down adversaries in a fight, smoke opponents in a dance battle, and shred obstacles in the urban jungle.
Emily can be seen in countless TV shows, including Gotham, Tell Me A Story, Blacklist, The Equalizer, FBI: Most Wanted, and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Starting Wushu at age 5, she transitioned into Taekwondo at 10 and attained her 3rd degree black belt by 14. She competed in tournaments until 18 and actively resumed her martial arts training in 2017. Since then, Emily has added boxing, muay thai, tricking, and other styles to her film fighting repertoire.
Emily started parkour in 2010 and is well known for her creative flow. Her accolades include USA Parkour Adult Speed Division Qualifier Champion and Sport Parkour League Regional Winner and National Finalist in both 2018 and 2019. Emily has been featured in commercial shoots for clients like Nikon and in campaigns such as Adidas International’s “Here to Create” and “Calling All Creators” as well as a six page spread in Harper’s Bazaar’s “Dare to Wear.” She also has years of experience coaching adults and children and is currently a part of The Movement Creative coaching team.
Before hanging up her battle cap in 2019 to pursue stunts full time, Emily performed in commercials for the likes of Facebook, Apple, Nintendo, McDonald’s, Adidas, and Samsung. She started breaking in 2009 in Taipei, Taiwan, and was one of the youngest and only b-girls, known for her flexibility and power moves, such as windmills, flares, and headspins. In 2013, Emily moved to New York, where she adopted the nom de guerre of Hybrid for her unique style of incorporating different movement disciplines, including martial arts and contortion.
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