Emily is originally from Leicestershire in the UK. She trained as an actress at the London College of Music graduating with a BA (Hons) degree in Acting for Stage and Media. She has performed in various theatres and festivals across the UK, including the International Youth Arts Festival and co-writing and co-directing her own show for the Brighton Fringe Festival. Throughout her actor training, she always knew her passion was in coaching and teaching and she has recently completed her MA degree in Voice Studies at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. There she studied in-depth the spoken voice, with an emphasis on training the voice for performance, working with text, accents and dialects and accent softening. She has facilitated many drama and voice workshops for young people as well as coaching actors of all ages one-to-one in voice, accent and script work. Most recently she was the voice coach for a touring Theatre In Education show, and for ‘A Glass of Nothing’, a play that was performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Roast dinners – specifically roast potatoes
Cats, dogs or neither.
Would you like to go to Space?
Yes, I’d like to go to the moon and see what the view of Earth looks like
Have you ever eaten a raw chilli?
Do you believe aliens exist?
Yes, but I think they’re probably more insect-like than little green men!
Have you ever broken a bone?
Nope, which is surprising given how clumsy I am
Favorite character played on stage/screen
Queen Elizabeth in Richard III
Character you would like to play on stage/screen.
Iago in Othello or Mother in Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime
What is your speciality?
Voice and accents
Are you good at chess?
I haven’t played chess in years, so probably not!
Do you now, or have you ever owned/ridden a motorcycle?
No, I would 100% without a doubt fall off.
Favorite place in Hong Kong.
So far, the secluded beaches of Sharp Island have been my favourite. Beautiful and soooo relaxing.
Favorite place in your home country.
I’m in love with Islington and also Hampton Court Palace and Richmond Park in Kingston upon Thames – the most beautiful palace where Henry VIII lived because I am obsessed with Tudor history.
What can you never go without?
Sleep. Failing that, coffee.
What is your special talent?
I can wiggle my ears!