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Emma Fielding Biography
- Emma Georgina Annalies Fielding (born 10 July 1966, Catterick, North Riding of Yorkshire) is an English actress. The lapsed Roman Catholic daughter of a British Army soldier, Fielding spent much of her childhood in Malaysia and Nigeria, and a period in Malvern above her grandparents' betting shop. Whilst studying at the Berkhamsted Collegiate boarding school, she won a place at the University of Cambridge to study law, but abandoned it and spent a gap year which included five months in a West Bank kibbutz picking watermelons, and as an usherette at the Oxford Apollo; before embarking on the study of acting at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.
Emma Fielding Filmography
- (2012) Fast Girls as Ellie Temple
- (2012) Twenty8k as Jean Weaver
- (2011) Death in Paradise as Astrid Knight
- (2011) Kidnap and Ransom as Naomi Shaffer
- (2011) The Great Ghost Rescue as Mabel
- (2011) The Suspicions of Mr Whicher: The Murder at Road Hill House as Mary Kent
- (2009) Dragon Age: Origins as The Lady of the Forest/Mother Perpetua/Traveler/Howe Estate Head Cook/Eamon Estate Servant (VG) (voice)
- (2009) Willie's Chocolate Revolution: Raising the Bar as Herself - Narrator (voice)
- (2008) The Other Man as Gail
- (2007) Cranford as Miss Galindo
- (2007) Doragon kuesuto sôdo: Kamen no joô to kagami no tô as Queen Curtana (VG) (voice: English version)
- (2007) Fallen Angel as Janet Byfield
- (2005) Beneath the Skin as Jennifer Hintlesham
- (2005) The Ghost Squad as Detective Superintendent Carole McKay
- (2005) The Government Inspector as Susan Watts
- (2003) My Uncle Silas II as Hermione
- (2003) The Ancient Forests as Mother
- (2003) Unscrew as Judy
- (2002) Birthday Girl as Tracey Jones
- (2002) Green-Eyed Monster as Marni McGuire
- (2002) Shooters as Detective Inspector Sarah Pryce
- (2002) The Gist as Harriet Gould
- (2001) The Discovery of Heaven as Helga
- (2001) The Inspector Lynley Mysteries as Helen Clyde
- (2000) Exposure as Bridget, tv director
- (2000) My Uncle Silas as Hermione
- (2000) Other People's Children as Josie
- (2000) Pandaemonium as Mary Wordsworth
- (2000) Waking the Dead as Dr. Greta Simpson
- (1999) Big Bad World as Beatrice Dempsey
- (1998) A Respectable Trade as Frances Scott Cole
- (1998) The Life of Confucius as Mother
- (1998) The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries as Eleanor Bing
- (1998) The Scarlet Tunic as Frances Groves
- (1997) A Dance to the Music of Time as Isobel
- (1997) Drovers' Gold as Elizabeth Watkins
- (1997) Midsomer Murders as Faith Kent
- (1995) Kavanagh QC as Caroline Wicks
- (1992) Performance as Joan Clareville
- (1992) Tell Tale Hearts as Becky Wilson
- (1989) Agatha Christie's Poirot as Ruth Chevenix
- (1974) Nova as Emily Shackleton (voice)
- (1964) Horizon as Herself - Narrator (voice)
Emma Fielding Trivia and Facts
- She was nominated for a 1999 Laurence Olivier Award for Best Supporting Performance for her role in "The School for Scandal" in the 1998 season.
- She was nominated for a 2002 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role of 2001 for her performance in "Private Lives" at the Albery Theatre, London.
- She was awarded the 1993 London Critics Circle Theatre Award (Drama Theatre Award) for Most Promising Newcomer for her performances in Arcadia and School for Wives.
- Received the Dame Peggy Ashcroft Award for Best Actress and the Ian Charleson Award for her performance in John Ford s "The Broken Heart".
- Attended the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.
- She won a Theatre World Award in 2002 for her Broadway debut in Noel Coward s "Private Lives".
Emma Fielding Other Works
- Her theatre credits include: "Sibyl" in the play "Private Lives" by
- 'Noel Coward' (Richard Rodgers Theater, New York, April 2002), "Alex Clifton"
- in the play "Playing With Fire" by 'David Edgar (I)' (National Theatre Olivier,
- London, September-November 2005).
- (1993) She acted in Moliere's play, "The School for Wives," at the Almeida Theatre in London, England with Ian McDiarmid, Bernard Gallagher, Linal Haft, Carol Macredy, Damian Lewis, and Richard Addison in the cast. Jonathan Kent was director.
- (2005) She acted in 'William Shakespeare (I)' 's play, "Macbeth", at the Almeida Theatre in London, England with 'Simon Russell Beale' , 'Silas Carson' , 'Paul Higgins (I)' , 'Tom Burke (IV)' , 'Sara Powell (I)' , 'Billy Carter (I)' , 'John Rogan (I)' , 'William Gaunt (I)' , 'Ann Firbank' , 'Jane Thorne (I)' and 'Janet Whiteside' in the cast. 'John Caird' was the director.
- (1994) She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Twelfth Night," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Desmond Barrit, Haydn Gwynne, Tony Britton, Clive Wood, Joanna McCallum, Bille Brown, and Derek Griffiths in the cast. Ian Judge was director.
- (1995) She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "A Midsummer's Night Dream," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with Alex Jennings, Stella Gonet, Barry Lynch, Toby Stephens, Kevin Doyle, Emily Raymond, Philip Voss, Desmond Barrit, and Daniel Evans in the cast. Adrian Noble was director.
- (1995) She acted in 'John Ford (II)' 's play, "The Broken Heart", in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at The Pit Theatre in London, England with 'Iain Glen' , 'Ewan Hooper' , 'William Houston (I)' , 'Robert Bowman (III)' and 'Philip Voss (I)' in the cast. Michael Boyd was the director.
- (1997) She played Ophelia in a Naxos Audiobooks presentation of William Shakespeare's "Hamlet".