Young & Hungry’s Emily Osment

We’re all about the ABC Family show. Whether it be an addiction to Pretty Little Liars or reruns of Gilmore Girls, it’s where we’ve done plenty of binge watching. We sat down with the stars of one of its shows – Emily Osment from Young & Hungry and past star of Hannah Montana – this Monday morning for a little D&D; Dominos and dinner parties.

From start to finish, what would be your ideal food day? 


What are some of your pre and post shoot routines? 

The amount of time we have to prepare before shooting always seems to shrink with each week. I love to have time to stretch and catch up on emails so I’m not thinking about anything else when we’re working.

How do you practice beauty from the inside out?

I’m a street runner; no treadmill for me.

What beauty products can’t you live without? 

BB Cream! It gives me moisturizer, sunscreen and a little bit of color. That’s all I need. And an eyelash curler.

A beauty mainstay that hasn’t changed since Hannah Montana

A hairbrush.

What do you like to snack on, on the set of Young & Hungry

We have way too many sweets on set, so I try to stick to all the fruit. We have apples a plenty.

What are your favorite cities for food? What restaurants do you go to in each?

L.A. has really good sushi; I love Katsuya and Koi. We’re famous for our Mexican food as well of course, and I can’t live without late night Pinches Tacos.

If you could host a dinner party with any five people living or dead, who would be there? What would you cook? 

This is way too hard to decide on. To be honest, I think this was my SAT essay question. At the time, I think I chose Jim Morrison or something. At this point I would be happy just having a super casual meal with Bill Murray. He’s all I need.

*Emily Osment, photographed at ABC Cocina in New York, NY by Danielle Kosann