Emma Hiddleston

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Emma Hiddleston
BornLondon, England, UK
Alma materUniversity of Cambridge
the Dragon School
OccupationActress
RelativesTom Hiddleston (brother)
 
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Emma Hiddleston
BornLondon, England, UK
Alma materUniversity of Cambridge
the Dragon School
OccupationActress
RelativesTom Hiddleston (brother)

Emma Hiddleston is an English film, television and stage actress. She trained at the Dragon School in Oxford,[1] and later attended the University of Cambridge.[2] She played Badge in the 2008 British film Unrelated, Miss Heasman in the 2011 London West End production of the Simon Gray play Butley with Dominic West,[3] and has a recurring role on the tv series Holby City.

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Early life

Hiddleston was born to parents Diana Patricia (née Servaes), a former stage manager and arts administrator, and James Norman Hiddleston, a scientist in physical chemistry who was the managing director of a pharmaceutical company. Her father is from Greenock, Scotland and her mother is from Suffolk, England. She is the youngest of three children, Sarah (oldest), a journalist in India, and Tom (middle), is also an actor. She was brought up in Wimbledon, in her early years, and later in Oxford. Her parents divorced when she was young. She went on to act at the Dragon School in Oxford, then continued on to the University of Cambridge.

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
2007UnrelatedBadge
2011LewisStudent ChairmanTV series (1 episode: "The Gift of Promise")
2012Holby CityElla BarnesTV series (3 episodes)

Theatre

YearTitleRoleVenue
2006Six Characters in Search of an AuthorMotherCambridge University
2006BetrayalEmmaCorpus Christi Playroom[4]
2006Beautiful ChildNanCorpus Christi Playroom
2006Uncle VanyaYelenaCorpus Christi Playroom
2006The TrialLeni/Miss Burstner/InspectorC Cubed, Edinburgh
2007Violent ActsAmyADC Theatre
2007MotortownHelenADC Theatre
2007Once Upon A TimeBellaADC Theatre
2007Oklahoma!LaureyCambridge Arts Theatre
2007The Comedy of ErrorsLuciana  Queens College, Cloister Court
2009The Dog in the MangerDoroteaHoxton Hall[5]
2009Precious Little TalentJoeyBedlam Theatre[6]
2011ButleyMiss HeasmanDuchess Theatre

Awards and nominations

Nominated

See also

External links

Emma Hiddleston at the Internet Movie Database

References