The Untold Truth About Umbrella Academy’s Emmy Raver-Lampman
Raver-Lampman was raised by her father, Greg Lampman, a writer and Pulitzer-nominated professor, and her mother, Sharon Raver-Lampman, professor and specialist in communication disorders and special education at Old Dominion University. from Norfolk. , Virginia. Due to her field of study, Raver-Lampman’s mother had many reasons to travel when her daughter was young, so the whole family moved around the world for their work.
Among the amazing accomplishments of Raver-Lampman’s mother are her work as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ecuador to teach “orientation and mobility to blind children and adults”, and working in Jamaica to establish “the the country’s first preschool program for Needs “(Old Dominion University). Some of the countries where Raver-Lampman lived or traveled in his youth due to his mother’s work include Ukraine, India, Japan, Egypt, England, Czech Republic and many more other.
Having traveled as much as Raver-Lampman, and having parents who do such inspiring work, the actress has chosen to continue traveling into adulthood, both for fun and for volunteer work. According to an interview with the Los Angeles Times, a few vacations over the past five years or so include “Thailand and a stint in Madagascar as a toilet construction volunteer.” By instilling in their daughter a compassion and appreciation for other communities and cultures, it’s no surprise that Raver-Lampman chose to pursue such an empathetic and creative career as acting and singing.