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Emma is a British born, half-Roma actor.  She was born in Leicester and raised in North Wales.

She graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in 2019, and has also trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (RCSSD). She has also trained at the Globe (RSC Globe Studio Training).


She is currently playing Adelaine Hain in The Only White at Chelsea Theatre, where her performance gained her a mention by Peter Hain on BBC Radio 4 The Today Program as "an incredible actress”  (The Today Program, 6th April 2023). 


Emma has worked extensively across theatre, film, radio and VO. Her recent theatre work includes: JS in Necessary Targets at The Southwark Playhouse; Hazel in Patterns at Leicester Curve; Connie in ASSISTED for EdFringe 2023 where the piece received a BBC Popcorn award nomination, and a Pick of the Fringe award; Helen Reed in Secret Thoughts at Southwark Playhouse; Martha Freud and Pauline Strauss in Love, Genius and a Walk at Theatro Technis; Clytemnestra in Iphigenia in Aulis at The Cockpit Theatre; Woman in Tiny Camel for The Finborough Theatre; Mother in The After Dinner Joke for the Greenwich Theatre; and Trish in Meal with Friends at The White Bear Theatre. Film includes: Carlotta in PANDA (dir. Sylvie Briggs); Abby in Square Peg Round Hole (IMDB, Best in Festival, Champion Film Salon International Festival 2022); Mary in Dusk (IMDB, Avani Films); Angry Woman in The Queue (IMDB, Galeria Pictures Ltd, Crystal Palace International Film FestivaL 2022); Jones in Slave (Best Festival Script, Milan Gold Awards 2021); and Mercy in Traces of Suburbia (Semi Finalist, Chicago Indie Film Awards 2021). Radio and VO work includes Gran in Umbrella for Bloomsbury Radio and Shelia in All My Tomorrows (Audible). Emma trained at RADA and RCSSD and is represented by Robert Fucilla at Imperial Artists Agency

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