Katelyn PippyEdit

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Katelyn Pippy


April 12, 1993 (age 18) Moon Township, Pennsylvania



Years active

2005 - present


5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)





ECAC team


National team

United States

Playing career


Katelyn Pippy (born April 12, 1993) is an American actress, best known for her role as Emmalin Holden on the Lifetime television drama Army Wives.

She is the daughter of Pennsylvania State Senator John Pippy and businesswoman Kathy Pippy. The recurring role of Emmalin was originally played by Caroline Pires in Season 1, but was filled by Pippy in Season 2. In Seasons 3 and 4, Pippy was listed as a main cast member for the series.



Title Year Role Character Place on movie
Cherry Show 2011 "Diana Turner" supporting role
Army Wives 2008–present "Emmalin Holden" Recurring character (Season 2);

main cast member (Seasons 3-4); guest star (Season 5)

The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It 2007 "Erin" Direct to video movie
Small Avalanches 2007 "Nancy" Short film
Alibi 2007 "Young Christie Winters" TV movie
Maybe It's In the Water 2006 "Margine" Short film
The Suite Life of Zack and Cody 2006 "Jolie" TV series; 1 episode
Monk 2005 "Young Sherry" TV series; 1 episode

Ice hockeyEdit

A skilled ice hockey player in real life, her character on Army Wives also plays the sport. Pippy competed in 2010-11 with the Pittsburgh Junior Penguins. In addition, she has participated at the USA Hockey National Selection Camps on a number of occasions in the summer of 2011.

She will be joining the Cornell Women's Ice Hockey Team for the 2011-2012 season as a freshman.


  1. ^ Katelyn Pippy Filmography at
  2. ^ IMDb profile
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