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Emily Hinkler is an actor and filmmaker along with their twin Elizabeth Hinkler. They portray Margaux in One Day at a Time.


Hinkler is Co-executive of The Hinkler's production company, Emily’s mission is to change the climate of our society through the art of sharing stories on platforms like film and TV. Emily is passionate about exploring perspectives on social justice, specifically in the LGBTQIA community, persons with different abilities, and on mental health.

Emily won the Hollywood Fringe’s Duende Distinction Award for Best Acting, and was nominated for a Stage Raw award for best acting in a two-person play.  Most notable acting highlights include The Good Doctor, All Rise, and Joel Edgerton’s Boy Erased. Emily can be seen in the festival circuit in the HBO Access pilot, Manic, on HBO Go and HBO Now.  Upcoming is Will Wenick’s latest feature film and Dream Corp LLC.  

Personal Life

Hinkler grew up in Chicago and Iowa and is based in Los Angeles.  They enjoy myriads of crafts, looming, baking, upholstery, and playing with Oats the tortoise.


Series Role Network
All Rise Guest Star CBS
Dream Corp LLC Recurring Guest Star Adult Swim
Overthinking With Kat & June Recurring Guest Star AwesomenessTV
General Hospital Recurring Guest Star ABC
The Good Doctor Recurring Guest Star ABC
You’re the Worst Co – Star FX
One Day at a Time Co – Star Sony/Netflix
Future Man Co – Star Sony/Hulu
Faking It Co – Star MTV
Feature Films
Follow Me Supporting Escape Prods
Boy Erased Supporting Anonymous Content
Boo 2! A Madea Halloween Supporting The Tyler Perry Company
Sandy Wexler Supporting Happy Madison
Short Films
Sad Eyes Lead American Film Institute
The Bags Lead Thisisyates
Music Videos
Electric Blanket Lead Vanishing Angle
Erosion Lead Thisisyates
Gum Lead Kamell Allaway
My Sister+ Magda Odyssey Theatre
Bad Seed Rhoda Penmark Iowa Summer Rep
In the Night+ (dir. Martha Clarke) Ensemble IA Partnership in the Arts


  • Emily and their twin Elizabeth both identify as non-binary.
  • Emily plays Margaux, who is non-binary with "ze and zir" pronouns.