Emmy Ann Wooding, aged 57, was from Surprise, Arizona, born on January 26, 1947. Emmy reportedly died in a Car accident on October 24, 2004.
Emmy worked as an employee of Universal Studios Television and a longtime assistant at Wolf Films for 37 years. She died while the Sixth Season of “Law and Order” was being filmed. While the The seventh episode “Charisma” was dedicated to her memory by Special Victims; NBC’s Law & Order on November 16, 2004.
NBC’s Law and Order is the most popular police procedural and courtroom drama on television. The tribute generated interest among the followers of the series.
Emmy’s death sprung up reactions as she was a valued and loyal worker at Universal Studios.
Wolf Films is the venture of Dick Wolf, the creator and producer of ‘Law & Order’. In the beginning of her career, she worked for Frontier Cafe and Sumner Studios after which she lived with her family in Hawaii (Honolulu, Hanalei, and Princeville).
Then she moved to California and has lived at multiple locations throughout CA: Burbank, Universal City, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, and Palm Desert.
Emmy is survived by her husband Jack, two children and three grandchildren. A memorial service was held on Monday, November 1, 12:30 p.m. at Forest Lawn-Hollywood Hills.