Emma Atkins Biography
Emma Atkins born Emma Jayne Atkins, is an English actress. She is best known for the role of Charity Dingle in the ITV soap opera Emmerdale from 2000 to 2005 then from 2009 onwards.
Emma Atkins was born on 31 March 1975 in Morecambe and grew up in the village of Silverdale, Lancashire. She attended Our Lady’s R.C. High School in Lancaster, then proceeded to study at Salford University.
Emma Atkins is best known for her role as Charity Dingle in the British soap opera, Emmerdale. Atkins plays the character of Charity Dingle in Emmerdale and first arrived in the village with her on-screen cousin Cain in 2000. Charity is the daughter of Obadiah and Kathleen Dingle. Her character previously went by the names of Tate, Sharma and Macey. It was revealed that the foster child of Paddy and Emily Kirk was in fact Charity’s daughter Debbie, played by Charley Webb.
One of Emma Atkins’s big storylines in the soap revolved around her and daughter Debbie, who was the foster child of Paddy and Emily Kirk. In 2015, Charity Dingle was sentenced to two years in prison after confessing to insurance fraud. She did this to get innocent Pete Barton out of jail. After her release from prison, she became the owner of the Woolpack pub and met conman, Hugo.
Apart from her role on Emmerdale, Emma has made appearances on Heartbeat, I’m With Stupid, Doctors and Casualty. Emma Atkins has also acted on stage in productions of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Jim Cartwright’s Two.
Emma Atkins Age
Emma Atkins was born on 31 March 1975 in Morecambe and grew up in the village of Silverdale, Lancashire.
Emma Atkins Husband
Emma is not married but has a child with her boyfriend Tom.
Emma Atkins Partner
She has been in a longterm relationship with businessman boyfriend Tom.
Emma Atkins Family
This information about her family will be updated soon.
Emma Atkins Child | Emma Atkins Baby
The actress welcomed her first child, a son, Albert with businessman boyfriend Tom in March 2015, just before her 40th birthday. She told The Sun’s TV Biz: ‘We’ve had a lovely, healthy baby boy. He arrived just before my 40th birthday, which was the best present.’
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Emma Atkins Nominations
Emma has been up for numerous awards at the British Soap Awards.
- The British Soap Award for Best Exit
2005 · Emmerdale
- The British Soap Award for Best On-Screen Partnership
2012, 2011 · Emmerdale
- The British Soap Award for Best Actress
2018, 2005 · Emmerdale
Emma Atkins Twitter
Emma Atkins Interview with The Sun
The last book I read was [US comic] Amy Schumer’s The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo. It’s funny, explicit and very real. She doesn’t hold back and I admire that, coming from a rather introverted soul. She has a shyness that I find appealing.
My favourite tipple is gin – M&S have the most amazing selection. I can stand there for hours admiring the bottles. Daffy’s gin is divine. I mix it with tonic, fresh mint, lime and pomegranate.
I stay fit by doing step aerobics in my dining room. I look absolutely ridiculous, but feel a huge sense of achievement after 40 minutes of sweating like crazy and managing not to trip up in that time. I use weights with it. The workout is on YouTube – the Reebok one from the early 90s [below] – and it’s pretty damn good.
I have a load of favourite websites, but Zara online is great for clothes for me and my son Albert. One stop shop.
I got a bit addicted to Face Swap and MSQRD [which lets you record video selfie animations] for a while with Albert. We’d become tigers and polar bears, and I was posting it on Instagram inventing characters. My friends thought I’d gone mad! I like Buddhify, the mindfulness app too.
New York is the place that means the most to me. I’ve been there several times alone, yet I’ve never felt less alone in my life. It’s such a vibrant mix of culture. There aren’t enough adjectives to describe the city. It casts a spell on me and there’s more to discover every time I go. The suburb of Williamsburg is a really cool place to visit.
The person I’d most like to meet is Audrey Hepburn, if she was still alive. There is, and was, nobody like her on the planet. I’d go as far to say she was an angel on Earth. Her acting was mesmerising, and her selflessness towards helping others was on another scale.
My favourite fragrances are Tom Ford Noir de Noir and Acqua di Parma. I like to double up. I’ve never had so many compliments about the way I smell in my entire life. It’s so lovely to be told how good you smell, and it’s a pretty killer combo – warm and earthy.
Emma Atkins and Michelle Hardwick Are Amazed by Emmerdale’s Long Term Storylines | This Morning
Emma Atkins News
Emmerdale star Emma Atkins confirms autumn trial drama for Charity Dingle and DI Bails
DigitalSpy.com | 31 Jul 2018
Emmerdale star Emma Atkins has confirmed autumn trial drama for her character Charity Dingle and DI Bails.
Charity took centre stage in some of her most emotional scenes ever earlier this year, as she confided in her girlfriend Vanessa Woodfield that Bails groomed and raped her when she was a teenager.
When Charity later decided it was time for Bails to face the consequences of his crimes, she tracked down their long-lost son Ryan Stocks – played by show newcomer James Moore.
Although Charity’s focus has since shifted to bonding with Ryan, Emma has previously hinted that the Bails drama hasn’t been forgotten– and has now confirmed that he will definitely be standing trial later this year.
“There are many times when she thinks, ‘Do you know what, I’m just going to pull out’,” Emma told TV Times.
“Charity wonders how on earth a jury would ever believe her over Bails. Also, raking up the past means she has to keep reliving it, and there are images in her head she would rather forget.”
Thankfully, a supportive Vanessa will be by Charity’s side as she faces one of the toughest challenges of her life. But will Charity stick to her guns in court? Or will she crumble under the pressure of it all?