Emily Jordan Osment (born March 10, 1992) is an American actress and songwriter born in Los Angeles, California. After playing roles in several television movies as a child, she won the role to star as Gerti Giggles in Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams and Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over. She also went on to star in the Emmy-nominated Disney Channel sitcom Hannah Montana as Lilly Truscott, as well as the series Hannah Montana: The Movie. She also starred as Cassie in R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour Volume One: Don’t Think About It and in the Disney Channel Original Movie Dadnapped as Melissa Morris. He most recently starred in the ABC Family original movie, Cyberbully.

Emily Osment Weight?

115 lbs or 52 kg

Emily Osment Height?
5′ 3″ (1.61 m)

Emily Osment Measurements?
30-24-32 (65-60-70)

Emily Osment Diet:

Emily is young and has fast metabolism. The young Disney Channel talent confesses that she just tries to eat healthy, though from time to time indulges herself with fast food. Besides that Emily loves Italian food, especially pasta and ravioli but tries not to eat that kind of food too much.

And, if she is real keen to have Italian cuisine, then she tries her best to choose whole grain types of pasta for her spaghetti. Emily Osment’s favorite fruit is clementine oranges. She eats oranges everyday to keep her skin glowing. Emily admits sushi is one of her favorite dishes and she makes it in a healthy and tasty way.

Emily Osment Workout:

The first thing She does every morning is Stretch out. Not being a gym bunny, Emily prefers active sports to running on the treadmill. The young star loves playing soccer, tennis and golf. Hiking and biking with a good company of friends also helps her to maintain her lovely and toned frame.

It’s definitely a challenge to find the time to be able to do everything I need to do. You need to walk on a tightrope and place all the pieces of a puzzle. They are some of the things I love and they use different parts of the brain. As life gets more and more complicated, I realize you’ll have to put it all together like a circus act, but it’s the best kind of circus act there is. There are certain aspects of the disciplines that intersect. When it comes to composing songs, I draw from personal experiences as well as from different people’s lives, just like I do in acting.