Emma Fielding is an accomplished stage and screen actor. She has had parts in the RSC’s production of Sheridan’s School for Scandal, Osborne’s Look Back in Anger at the...Read More
Emma Fielding is an accomplished stage and screen actor. She has had parts in the RSC’s production of Sheridan’s School for Scandal, Osborne’s Look Back in Anger at the Royal National Theatre, and Heartbreak House at the Almeida Theatre, directed by David Hare. In 1993 she played the part of Thomasina in Arcadia, shortly followed by a return to the RSC with Twelfth Night (in which she played Viola). In 2001 she made her Royal Court debut under Dominic Cook, and in 2002 was nominated for a Laurence Olivier award for her performance as Sybil in Private Lives, which was toured to Broadway. Her next three stage performances were in Shakespeare plays, with the RSC for Measure for Measure (as Isabella) and Cymbeline (as Imogen), and as Lady Macbeth in the Almeida Theatre’s Macbeth. In 2006, she performed at the Duke of York’s Theatre with Rock and Roll, directed by Trevor Nunn, and in the National Theatre’s Playing With Fire.
In television, she has worked repeatedly with the BBC, appearing in Other People’s Children, A Respectable Trade, Green Eyed Monster (2001), Waking the Dead (2004), and as Miss Galindo in Cranford and Cranford Chronicles (2006 and 2007). She has also appeared in Channel 4 television shows, including The Government Inspector and Ghost Squad, with IWC Media, Granada TV and Yorkshire Television. Her film appearances include The Great Ghost Rescue, Scarlet Tunic, Pandemonium, and Discovery of Heaven (2000).
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