Emma’s feature films include the just released on Amazon Prime Homesick. Johnny English Reborn (directed by Oliver Parker), Run for Your Wife (directors, Ray Cooney & John Luton) and Oh Happy Day (director, Ian Poitier).
Her television work includes the first ever episode of Casualty. She has just filmed a new episode of Casualty to be shown in May 2021.
To Be the Best (directed by Tony Wharmby).
Florence Nightingale (director, Daryl Duke) * Time for Murder * Made in Heaven * Angels * Hero Hungry and Executive Stress *
Leading roles in recent shot films Barang, Barang * June and July * After * Mother & Daughter * Handle with Care and Sandwiches.
Her many theatre credits include – (with the RSC): King Henry VIII (directed by Howard Davies), The Comedy of Errors (director, Adrian Noble), Measure for Measure playing Mariana – again directed by Adrian Noble.
At The Royal Exchange, Manchester: Ring Round the Moon, directed Steven Pimlott.
Mariane in The Miser for The Cambridge Theatre Company.
Faye Hubbard in A Chorus of Disapproval at Leeds Playhouse, directed by Stewart Trotter and An Ideal Husband, directed by Patrick Sandford.
Joy at Theatre Royal Windsor.
The Supper Party, directed by Alison Evans at The Tabard Theatre
Warehouse of Dreams at The Unicorn Theatre London, directed by Dan Phillips.
Emma’s distinctive vocal tones has been used to great effect for commercials and video games.
She trained at The Central School Of Speech and Drama.
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I have attached a request below for Emma in regards to an upcoming project I was seeing if she was available for, if you need more information please let me know and I’ll gladly provide it:
I hope you’re well?
I was contacting you because a couple of weeks ago I saw you performing in Rabbit Hole at the Union theatre. I really enjoyed the show and your performance and wondered if you’d be interested in reading for a role in a show I’m putting on for this years Camden Fringe Festival?
The role is for the character Joyce. She is the no nonsense, yet loving matriarchal centre of the play. She is the mother of Ruth and grandmother of Laura. After a debilitating heart attack lands her in hospital she becomes desperate to mend the crumbling relationship between the two estranged women.
We’re performing 4 nights (25-28th August at 6pm) at the Hen and Chickens theatre. We are looking at having our first read through in the next couple of weeks. If you let me know your details I can send this across to read. If this is something you’d be interested in please let me know and we can talk more about it. Look forward to hearing from you