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Emily Stott

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Emily Stott is a London based Northern actor.

Originally from Rochdale, Greater Manchester, and a conversational Welsh speaker, Emily trained at The Oxford School of Drama. She is also a founding member of the award-winning theatre company Wildcard.

Since graduating, she has worked in Theatre, TV & Film. Her numerous theatre credits include 'Cold Chips & Pick n Mix' (The Den, Royal Exchange Theatre), 'A Midsummer Nights Dream' (Shakespeare North Playhouse), 'I Wanna Be Yours'(Paines Plough/Bush Theatre), 'If Not Now, When?' (Dorfman, National Theatre), 'The Comedy About A Bank Robbery' (Mischief Theatre/Criterion Theatre), 'Gifted' (Pleasance), 'The Picture of Dorian Gray' (Watermill Theatre), 'Glitter Punch' (VAULT Festival), 'The Kitchen Sink' (Oldham Coliseum), 'Inside Pussy Riot' (Les Enfants Terribles/Saatchi Gallery), 'Pancake Day' (The Bunker), 'Early Doors' (Not Too Tame/UK Tour) and 'The Selfish Giant' (Arcola Theatre).

Her Television credits include epic sci-fi series 'Foundation' (Apple TV+), 'Vera' (ITV) and 'The Midwich Cuckoos' (Sky). Short Film credits include 'O, Glory!' and 'Monitor', both of which are BBC & BFI funded projects.

Her performance in 'O, Glory!' was shortlisted for Best Actor at the British Short Film Awards, and she most recently won Best Actress for 'Monitor' at the Manchester Film Festival 2024.

Emily will soon be seen in 'Trying' (Sky), 'Meet the Richardsons' (Dave) and 'Ridley' for ITV starring Adrian Dunbar.

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