Emily Mary Bianca Turrini

Emily Mary Bianca Turrini

Actor and Screenwriter

Derby, United Kingdom

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February 2017
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About Emily

Emily Turrini found her calling early in life through Ballet which, upon starting Primary School, she decided it was time to hang up her Ballet slippers and try a different style. Country Dancing made a lasting impression on the young Emily, which propelled her towards the world of Ballroom. Under the guidance of two governing bodies and two excellent teachers, Emily competed in competitions and won awards across the UK. As a result, she landed the opportunity to compete at the famous Winter Gardens in Blackpool.

While training privately in Ballroom and Latin, Emily was extensively trained at Secondary School, excelling in Drama and English. Thus, giving birth to her skills in Acting and Writing. While at Secondary School, Emily regularly wrote for the school newsletter and appeared in every school production. Her talent and dedication to Acting, loved by the English Department, invited her to join the Shakespeare Performance Team at the upcoming Nottingham Shakespeare Society’s competition each year. With a natural love of Shakespeare, Emily agreed and took the role of Hermia in an abridged extract of “A Midsummer Nights Dream.” The school won the award for Best Group Performance, and Emily received the Best Actress Award. She returned the following year as Catherine in the ‘Sun and Moon’ scene from “The Taming of the Shrew,” again she received the Best Actress Award.

On a side note, Emily also took part in a Public Speaking contest at school, receiving joint first with another student. Therefore, she has her name on two shields at the old school; twice on one of them.

Emily furthered her formal education by studying Performing Arts at level three at College (age 16-18). Remaining active outside of her education as an Actor, Dancer, and Model. Emily refused to let the idea of her ego take over and distract her from her long-term goal, a career within the industry she adores, to make sure she always keeps her feet on the ground. Instead, she ventured into supporting charities. Meanwhile, getting experience through a collaboration project headed up by local orchestra Sinfonia Viva, choreographed by contemporary dancer Tom Dale.

After College, she rose through the ranks as she swapped England for France and stage lights for Disneyland Paris. From which she returned a great deal wiser. After taking a break, Emily returned to the stage with fire in her heart. Ibsen’s “Peer Gynt” marked the dawning of a new reinvigorated Emily Turrini as her audition went on all day, recall after recall.

Still dancing competitively all over the country, Deda (formally Derby Dance Centre, UK) called on her to help them out at the last minute to build up numbers in a dance show “Games Time” choreographed by Garry Clarke. She had four days to rehearse.

Before starting University, Emily crossed paths with Nottingham-based actor Fuzzy, who shared details about an agency needing actors for background work, resulting in Emily appearing as a featured background artist close to the stars. This Bollywood was the biggest of the season, produced by Eros International called Teri Meri Khaani.

As an undergraduate at The University of Huddersfield, Emily continued developing one of her screenplays and started working on others. However, she was swamped in 2014 as she juggled her coursework with a project Dark Cleo Productions invited her to collaborate on as the Creative Director. The company aimed to create several live-action stage performances based on prominent video games’ storylines and characters ready for the 2014 Replay Games Expo at Event City Manchester.

Her deadline to have the project performance-ready was four weeks. She took inspiration from two video fight games made into films and married the two together as a cross over with the active question being; if you took a character from Tekken and a character from Mortal Kombat, who would win?

Emily’s imagination and writing skills and the backing from Dark Cleo Productions brought “Tekken vs. Mortal Kombat” to life.

By taking part in this project, Emily gained experience in casting, directing, fight choreography, and some stunt work. On top of her Acting and Writing.

Since graduating from Huddersfield University, Emily has focused mainly on writing and modelling. But, do not be fooled; she is not fading into the distance.

Emily has been doing much charity works for Mental Health charities, Skin Charities, Animal Charities, Health Charities, and she is a Pen Friend with the organisation LifeLines who do incredible work to help prisoners on Death Row. She writes as often as she can, and her novel is being enjoyed, chapter by chapter on the inside. She has featured in Authority Magazine as a Rising Star and written a brief “How To..” in The Stage Newspaper.

Emily holds an MA in Screenwriting and markets herself as The Gothic English Rose. She is drawn to the Horror and History genres; creating a voice which blends the two within the niche genre of Gothic Cinema.

Unique traits: I have a petite hourglass figure and am accompanied by my Assistance Dog.


  • A Hopeless Case

    A Hopeless Case Budget: $0 - $100K | Independent Drama An intuitive English teacher can see disaster ahead when her nieve cousin is engaged to an unfaithful and dishonest want-to-be Preacher.  With family dynamics on the line, she must persuade her love-drunk cousin, her cousin’s friends and their own family not to let the wedding go-ahead.  Stubbornness leads to heartbreak.

  • Earthbound

    Earthbound Budget: $0 - $100K | Thriller Corruption no longer impacts only mere mortals; in heaven, the day of judgement is set. The wife to Lucifer and general of God’s army, Lilith, is forced to choose a side and prove her loyalty without causing the end of the world.


  • Change

    Change (2018)
    Film (short) by Scarlett Light Media Screenwriter The company asked for my assistance in creating this short film which was entered into the 60-Hour Colchester Film Festival competition. To qualify certain actions and/or lines of dialogue had to feature in the short film by request of the panel. In this instance, one of the required actions was someone had to put a mobile phone on charge. I received positive feedback from the director of the film Louis Brough, "Emily collaborated with us to produce a short pirate film for a competition. ... Emily bought a real passion for this genre as well as historical knowledge to develop our story further. ...Her insight was very useful but her desire to create a strong female character was priceless to the project."

  • Bullying Cause & Effect

    Bullying Cause & Effect (2015)
    Documentary by Denville Murray Screenwriter This short project gave me great experience in collaborating with other people as well as learning the ups and downs of being a writer. My biggest achievement on this project is understanding that this medium can be a brilliant way of educating many with a strong message. When you get the right backing.

  • Blood & Tears

    Blood & Tears (2013)
    Film (short) by Scarlett Light Media (Short) Supporting

  • Incident of Apartment 6

    Incident of Apartment 6 (2012)
    Film (short) by Scarlett Light Media/Louis Brough Lead

  • An Act of Violence

    An Act of Violence (2011)
    Film (short) by Scarlett Light Media/Louis Brough Supporting

  • The Taming of the Shrew

    The Taming of the Shrew (2006)
    Theater by Kirk Hallam Shakespeare Club Catherine Nottingham Shakespeare Society held an annual performance competition for the surrounding schools as a way of celebrating Shakespeare's birthday. The awards on offer were for Best Solo Performer, Best Team, Best Actress and Best Actor.

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream

    A Midsummer Night's Dream (2005)
    Theater by Kirk Hallam Shakespeare Club Hermia Nottingham Shakespeare Society held an annual performance competition for the surrounding schools as a way of celebrating Shakespeare's birthday. The awards on offer were for Best Solo Performer, Best Team, Best Actress and Best Actor.


  • Best Actress for Catherine in 'The Taming of the Shrew'. Nottingham Shakespeare Festival

  • Best Actress for portrayal of Hermia in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' Nottingham Shakespeare Fest


  • University of Falmouth

  • University of Huddersfield

  • Dewsbury Aldred School of Dance

  • Derby College

  • Christine Gregory School of Dance

  • Kirk Hallam Community Technology College

  • Scargil School Country Dancing Club

  • Diane Lievers School of Dance

  • Synergy Marshal Arts

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