Emmy Ann Wooding – Biography, Death

Emmy Ann Wooding (1947 – 2004) was a long-time staff member at Universal Studios Television. Emmy Ann Wooding worked for Universal Studios for 37 years.

Emmy was born on January 26, 1947. At the age of 57, she was involved in a horrible car accident and died on October 24, 2004. She would have been 69 in 2016.

NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims dedicated one of the episodes to her. Emmy died while the 6th season of Law and Order was being filmed. The 7th episode of the 6th season, the Charisma that aired on November 16, 2004, was dedicated to her. The credits said – “Dedicated to Emmy Ann Wooding”.

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. People started asking: Who is Emmy Ann and what is she known for? Is she a lawyer on Law&Order SVU? No, but she was a valued and loyal worker at Universal Studios for 37 years.

Emmy also worked for a long time at Wolf Films in Universal City, CA, as an assistant. 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.

Emmy Ann Wooding is originally from Surprise, Arizona. Later she has 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 Ann Wooding (also known as Emmy Ann Zucca) was related to Lois Wooding, Jack William Wooding, and Robert Mario Zucca.

A memorial for Emmy Wooding was held at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, CA. Famous burials at this cemetery include: Michael Jackson, Paul Walker, Brittany Murphy, and Joan Rivers.

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  • JOHNNYBGOOD on

    RIP Emmy Ann Wooding

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    • Ashley Mucha on

      Emmy was my aunt, we were very close. RIP sweet aunt

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      • GINI KANE on

        May God’s blessings be on you and your aunt.

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