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Emily Barber

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David Lazenby

Emily Barber

Emily Barber has just wrapped on season 3 of Industry and will soon be appearing as a leading role in upcoming Netflix series, Bodies. She also played the role of Tessa in the huge hit Bridgerton, and Violet Hayward in The Alienist: The Angel of Darkness.

Emily won Best Newcomer at the Manchester Theatre Awards for her debut professional performance in Billy Liar, and was later nominated for the Ian Charleston award for her performance of Innogen in Cymbeline at Shakespeare’s Globe. Her appearance in Cymbeline prompted The Independent to name her as “One To Watch”.

She will next star in Backstairs Billy at the Duke of York's Theatre in the West End directed by Michael Grandage. 



Emily Barber


Title Role Production Director
BACKSTAIRS BILLY Annabel/Lady Miffie Duke of York's Theatre - West End Michael Grandage
LOVE ALL Lydia Hillington Jermyn Street Theatre Tom Littler
TROUBLE IN MIND Covid Cover Judy National Theatre Nancy Medina
COST OF LIVING Jess Hampstead Theatre Edward Hall
TROUBLE IN MIND Judy Theatre Royal Bath Lawrence Boswell
OEDIPUS REX Antigone Royal Festival Hall Peter Sellars
BOYS WILL BE BOYS Harrison Headlong/Bush Theatre Amy Hodge
CYMBELINE Innogen Shakespeare's Globe Sam Yates
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST Gwendolen Vaudeville Theatre - West End Adrian Noble
BILLY LIAR Liz Manchester Royal Exchange Sam Yates
CORNELIUS Judy Evison Finborough Theatre/59e59, New York Sam Yates
ORPHEUS & EURYDICE Eurydice National Youth Theatre James Dacre
THE HIRED MAN Emily National Youth Music Theatre Andrew Pearson


Title Role Production Director
INDUSTRY S3 Diana HBO/Bad Wolf Zoé Wittock
BODIES Kathleen (Series Regular) Netflix/Moonage Pictures Marco Kreuzpaintner/Haolu Wang
DREAMLAND Eva (Recurring) SKY/MERMAN TV Ellie Heydon
BRIDGERTON Tessa Netflix/Shondaland Tom Verica/Cheryl Dunye
THE ANGEL OF DARKNESS (THE ALIENIST SEASON 2) Violet Hayward TNT/Paramount/Netflix David Caffrey/Claire Kilner
CALL THE MIDWIFE Cath BBC/Neal Street Productions Various Directors
THE ROYALS Cassandra Lionsgate/E! Various Directors
ENDEAVOUR Lucy Grey Mammoth Screen, ITV1 Brady Hood

Feature Film

Title Role Production Director
UNTAMED Anne Hathaway Juben Pictures Justin Chadwick
BACKDRAFT II PR Flak Universal Gonzalo López-Gallego

Short Film

Title Role Production Director
IDÉE FIXE Anna NFTS Haolu Wang
THE ARRIVAL Anna Zen Design Studios Daniel Montanarini
BURGER Emily The Festivals Company, Sundance Short Winner 2014 Magnus Mork


Title Role Production Director
WHAT'S NEW HARPER DREW 3 Harper Hachette/Audible
THE CHILDREN LEFT BEHIND Clara Bookouture/Audible
MRS WICKHAM Kitty Bennet Original Audible Theatre Eleanor Rhode
WHAT'S NEW HARPER DREW Harper Hachette/Audible
A PLACE TO CALL HOME Clara Bookouture/Audible
LARGER THAN LIFE Georgina HarperCollins/Audible
THE KILLING KIND Ingrid HarperCollins/Audible, iD Audio
ARKHAM COUNTY Violet Flintlock Audible Simon Barnard
THE HOUSE ON THE LAKE Lisa Penguin Audio, ID Audio
DOCTOR WHO Elidh Big Finish Productions Scott Handcock
SAPPER DOROTHY Dorothy BBC Radio Drama Helen Perry

Rehearsed Reading

Title Role Production Director
GREEN WALLS Joy/Voices Hampstead Theatre Marlie Haco
JOHN FROM HEMEL Katie Hampstead Theatre Jen Davis
CLEOPATRA & CAESAR Cleopatra Shakespeare's Globe James Wallace
THE MISANTHROPE Ellie The Royal & Dernsgate Theatre James Dacre
BLACK DOG Jo Park Theatre Sarah Esdaile
THE UNNATURAL COMBAT Theocrine Shakespeare's Globe Philip Bird
PLAY Em Vault Festival Anthony Lau
LIKE FATHER Margaret Philip Wilson
PINE Betty Hampstead Theatre Jacqui Honess-Martin
THE SWEETHEARTS Marianne Finborough Theatre Daniel Burgess
THE WINTER'S TALE Autolycus RWCMD Iqbal Khan

Research and Development

Title Role Production Director
LADBROKE GROVE Penelope Eclipse Theatre Lekan Lawal


Title Role Production Director
THE TEMPEST Ariel Shakespeare's Globe Dr Will Tosh
PUNTS Julia Theatre503 Jessica Edwards

Music Video

Title Role Production Director
'TAKING OVER' - JOE GODDARD Girl Greco Roman Music Mark James
Ian Charleson Commendation. Winner of 'Best Newcomer' at the Manchester Theatre Awards.