Louis Emerick was born in the Toxteth area of Liverpool. He started out his theatrical life acting and singing in amateur productions, and was long time member of...Read More
Louis Emerick was born in the Toxteth area of Liverpool. He started out his theatrical life acting and singing in amateur productions, and was long time member of Genesis Theatre. After the theatre group broke up in 1982 he went on to further his career and subsequently turned professional. Early screen appearances include Home to Roost, Floodtide and the TV movie Ball-Trap on the Cote Sauvage.
In 1989 Louis joined the popular Channel 4 series Brookside and remained with the show for another twelve years. On his departure Louis immediately went on to secure numerous television credits in shows such as Cold Feet, The Bill, Merseybeat, Holby City, Doctors, Trexx & Flipside, Mile High and the semi-regular role of Mike Bateman in Casualty. Most recently Louis has been seen in the new Jimmy McGovern series Justice for BBC TV, as Peter O'Brian in Waterloo Road, and a return to Last of the Summer Wine - a show which he has appeared in (on and off) for over twenty years.
Alongside his numerous screen credits, Louis has proven himself as a highly accomplished and critically acclaimed stage actor. Notable theatre credits include; A Little Pinch of Chilli, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui alongside Mark Rylance at the Contact Theatre, Manchester, On the Ledge, Siswe Banzi is Dead, Master Harold & the Boys and Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Claudius in Hamlet and Basil and Beattie aat Royal Exchange.Read Less
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