Originally from Manchester, England, Emma is a performer who moved to LA to attend the prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Since graduating, she has worked on a variety of projects from major music videos with the likes of THE VAMPS, MARSHMELLO and DAVID GUETTA to award winning short films (TIRACHINAS, TILL DEATH, TIMELESS), web series (LOVERS AND FRIENDS LA, CHICKEN GIRLS, LA WEBSERIES) and national commercials for big brands such as SMIRNOFF, CAPITAL ONE and SAMSUNG. She has starred in feature films SPRING and STOWAWAY, available on Amazon Prime and AMC+ respectively.
Emma has played several LGBTQ characters, which is important to her as she grew up not seeing herself represented in the media (with a possible exception of Xena: Warrior Princess). Emma says, “I want to open people’s eyes to different perspectives, bring a sense of belonging to those who feel alone, or maybe even just make someone smile.”
After gaining LAMDA speech training, musical theatre and drama training by West End professionals, performing in many dance shows and successful dance competitions throughout the UK and graduating from AADA in LA, Emma is pursuing her career, travelling between Los Angeles and England.
Emma also writes and produces her own content with her series 'Girl on Girl' (an LGBT sketch show) bringing in over 200 000 views. She produced and starred in 'LA Web Series' which, over 2 seasons, has over 10 million views. She is currently working on a TV pilot script.
She has been selected to continue in the BAFTA LA Newcomers program, for her 2nd year.
She is represented in Los Angeles by Love Talent commercially and Stone Talent theatrically.
She is managed by Kathleen Deters of KD Talent Management.