Emily Head Biography
Emily Head born as Emily Rose Head is an English actress, famous for playing Carli D’Amato in E4’s BAFTA-winning sitcom The Inbetweeners. Since October 2016, she portrayed Rebecca White in the ITV soap opera Emmerdale until 2018.
She studied at the BRIT School in Croydon, and completed a BTEC course in acting and was a schoolmate of singers Katy B and Adele. She played a supporting role as Carli D’Amato in E4’s sitcom. From 2008 to 2010, she appeared on The Inbetweeners and also on its film The Inbetweeners Movie. She played an evil mastermind involved in a bank scam in an episode of M.I. High.
In 2011, she appeared alongside Craig Gazey, a Coronation Street star in Jason Hall’s play Third Floor. In December 2011, she played Melissa Milcote in the Bristol Old Vic production of Helen Edmundson’s Coram Boy at the Colston Hall in Bristol. In 2013, she appeared in the Bravo drama Rita, playing the title character’s daughter.
She joined the cast of the soap opera Emmerdale after an announcement concerning her role was made in September 2016. She was cast as Rebecca White, the daughter of Lawrence White (John Bowe), half-sister of Chrissie White (Louise Marwood) and aunt of Lachlan White (Thomas Atkinson). Her first appearance was on 11 October 2016 and left the show in 2018.
Emily Head Age
Emily was born on 15 December 1988 in Fulham, London, United Kingdom. She is 30 years old as of 2018.
Emily Head Parents
Emily comes from a family of two and is the elder daughter of Anthony Head, an English actor, and musician and his wife Sarah Fisher. She has a younger sister by the name Daisy-Head who was born in 1991 and is an actress too.
Emily Head Boyfriend
Emily is quite the secretive one when it comes to her personal life. It is not known whether she is in a relationship or not and with whom if she is in a relationship. Not to confuse her with Emily Atack, there is no record of head’s past relationships.
Emily Head Inbetweeners
Head was cast as Carly D’Amato, Simon’s main love interest in the British coming-of-age sitcom television series The Inbetweeners. She exhibits a decent arrangement of impact over her friends, including school menaces. She and Simon have been companions since the age of eight, and this reasonable records for Simon having the option to approach a young lady in such an alternate group of friends. For the most part, Carly is very shallow and has minimal sentimental enthusiasm for Simon yet utilizes his conspicuous captivation to further her own potential benefit.
Emily Head The Invisibles
Head was cast as Grace Riley, Maurice and Barbara’s daughter in the 2008 British comedy-drama series The Invisibles. The film was produced by Company Pictures, shot in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Emily Head TV Shows
2012 Robot Chicken
2011 The Inbetweeners Movie
2011 My Piece of the Pie
2011 William & Catherine: A Royal Romance
2010 MI High
2008–2010 The Inbetweeners
2008 The Invisibles
2007 Doc Martin
2005 Trial & Retribution: The Lovers
Emily Head Twitter
Emily Head Interview
Head has made a good fortune from her career. Her cars and houses are not estimated. She has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Emily Head News
Emily Head creates a collage to celebrate her time during Emmerdale
Adopted from: femalefirst.co.uk
Published: 12 November 2018
The 29-year-old actress left her role as Rebecca White earlier this month, and to mark her Dales departure she has put together a selection of images from every one of her 281 episodes on the ITV soap.
She wrote on Twitter: “Thank you all so much for your lovely messages following my #Emmerdale exit. Here’s a little something I’ve been working on – I call it “Arrived in a helicopter, left in a car.” 281 stills, from all 281 episodes I appeared in as Rebecca White (yep, even all the coma ones) x (sic)”
Adam Thomas, who previously starred as Adam Barton on the soap, was suitably impressed with the collage, and admitted he enjoyed appearing alongside her on the show.
He tweeted: “Wow loved sharing the screen with u babe xx lots of love (sic)”
‘Inbetweeners’ star Emily replied: “Always loved working with you, fingers crossed it’ll happen again sometime in the future!! Xx (sic)”
James Hooton (Sam Dingle) admitted the picture collection was “amazing”.
Emily replied: “So loved working with you!! Could always count on you to make me laugh (even when the cameras were rolling…drunk Sam was a particular highlight) xx (sic)”
Rebecca left the village with boyfriend Ross Barton (Mike Parr), after which James Moore – who plays Ryan Stocks – admitted he was in tears while shooting the farewell scene.
He tweeted: “What an amazing few months it’s been with these two. You might not see much of me in this scene but there are tears in my eyes. And they’re real. Thank you for everything (sic)”
Emily replied: “Dear one, what an exceptional human being you are. I am so very glad I bumped into you at dinner that night, and so very grateful for the wonderful friendship that followed. Adore you xx (sic)”
James wrote: “I was so lucky to bump into you! Absolutely so grateful for the time I was able to spend with you! Thanks for being a great friend and mentor helping me into this crazy world of Emmerdale. Can’t wait to see you again (sic)”