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Emma Doubleday

Emma Doubleday



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 Contribution to the Show

The superb voice talents of our dear friend, Emma Doubleday, can be heard in Episode 40, Betrayal in the Nursery as one of Rhiannon's hand-maidens.


Emma is an Essex girl, born and bred, although schooled deep amongst the rolling hills of a sleepy town in Suffolk and trucked up North to Hull every other season to visit her grandparents, she believes that's where her roots lie. Past times are visiting different Countys in the UK, exploring, speaking and learning various accents, reading European treasures and Celtic Mythology, and spending quality time with her animals back home.

Emma studied extensively in theatre at LAMDA, Italia Conti, ending up finally at the stunningly beautiful Rose Bruford Drama school in Sidcup. She has always had a love of making art in all its forms - music, theatre, material/ fine art, writing, and dance. Although she graduated in 2008, Emma made her professional debut aged 17, playing Rita in a production of 'Womberang' at the Andrew Sketchley Theatre in Whitechapel. Since achieving her BA Hons in European Theatre Art Emma has also performed a great deal on stage, radio and screen.

Favourite theatre productions include: playing Clementine in Sarah Kane's 'Cleansed', Eliza in 'Play It Again Sam!' and Fanny in 'Easter Extraveganza', for AIM productions; Ensemble in 'A Chorus Line' for WCC Team, Olga in Chekhov's 'The Three Sisters', and Esther in The Spirit of Albion for Egotrip Productions.

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