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About Emilie

Hello and welcome to my profile! I am a London based actress with a BA in Theatre Arts, Performance. I am signed with 1st Talent agency and have credits from commerical work, music videos, films, short films and theatre .

Credits

  • Hello Au Revoir

    Hello Au Revoir (2017)
    Film Actress 1000 Actors from all around the World help create a very unique and groundbreaking Feature Film.

  • Flight by Night

    Flight by Night (2016)
    Film (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Actress The lives of three illegal immigrants in London intersect. One dreams of becoming an aeronautical engineer like his father. Shortly after arriving he is attacked and ends up in hospital where he meets a beautiful nurse with a tragic past who gives him shelter. The other seeks medical help for his mentally unstable wife while trying to avoid deportation. While a third attempts to leave his past behind which results in exploiting his own people. Written by Nana

  • 2024

    2024 (2016)
    TV Movie (Sci-Fi) Actress Ethan Cole, a hardened war veteran, returns to London after 10 years extended service to find his wife missing and everybody he once knew, untraceable. The country is very different now. New laws, brutal policing, hard line politics and a legal pharmaceutical drug now radically controls the society that surrounds him. Freedom is lost and people live in fear of the government, fear of breaking the rules and fear of disappearing. Welcome home, Ethan Cole.

  • Nana Means King

    Nana Means King (2015)
    Film (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Actress In 'Nana Means King'; Nana Kwame, a Ghanian illegal immigrant working in the UK who lost everything to betrayal, finds himself launched on a personal odyssey of self-discovery. Stripped of nearly all material possession, a place to live, and even his dreams of glory, Kwame must now find his way through the unfamiliar terrain of the displaced and invisible. It is in this hour of darkness that his life takes an unexpected turn. When he is most vulnerable, Kwame finds beauty and love growing in the concrete wasteland. Though the mirror that is Shauna, he quickly realizes that the past can be a prison we create for our own minds. It is only by helping to free Shauna from her prison that Kwame is eventually freed from his own. Written by Lucy DeLaat and Jeff Wood

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