EMMA CATER

Edna

Emma began acting as a child alongside her parents in television shows The Harry H Corbett Show, The Doctors and Candy. She trained at Trinity Laban and danced professionally with companies such as V-TOL, Transitions, Angela Woodhouse, David Glass Ensemble & many International choreographers. Theatre: The World We Made (Change Festival & tour), Imaginarium (New Wimbledon Theatre/ Polka), The Girl Who Never Looked Up (National Theatre / Theatre First), Beauty and the Beast, Moon Shadow, Theseus and the Minotaur, Star Gazer, The Big Magic (Polka Theatre), Into Our Dreams (Almeida in Shoreditch), The Red Thread (Young Vic), Julius Caesar (Primary Shakespeare Company), Angels and Demons (Tricycle), On The Road To Baghdad (Sadlers Wells), The Wizard Of Oz, Skin ( Absolute Theatre), Great British Wedding (Teatro Vivo), Wessex House , The Boat Show (People Show), Family Woolf (Soho Theatre), Mother Goose, Dick Whittington, Beauty and the Beast (Royal Theatre Northampton), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Southbank), Macbeth (tour), Peter Greenaway’s Spellbound at Hayward Gallery, After the Orgy, Under Milkwood, The Town That Went Mad ( Volcano Theatre & tours)
Film: Profile (awards: 4 wins, 6 nominations) Wild Horses (Cannes Official Selection & British Television Award), Lou Lou, Veterans, The Eye Of The Beholder, Pratt Fall, No One, Seen and Heard, Night Swimming.
TV: The Strike (BBC/ HBO), Highway To Hell (Discovery), Goldie’s Oldies (Nickelodeon), The Grass Is Always Grindr (Brown Boy/ London Live), Wire In The Blood ( Coastal/ ITV) Class of 73 (Zenith/ ITV), House of Elliott (BBC) Emma has appeared in countless commercials and also works as a movement director and creative learning associate for the National Theatre and Barbican.

EMMA CATER