Emma Pallant

Emma Pallant


Emma grew up in Nottingham and has been working as an actor for over 15 years. Her first professional job was at the Royal Shakespeare Company, and since then she has worked extensively in the theatre, performing at Shakespeare's Globe, Regent's Park, the West End and many regional theatres. Her recent credits include 'Casualty' and 'Father Brown' for the BBC, and she most recently completed a sell out run of 'A Christmas Carol' with the RSC, playing Mrs Cratchit.


  • Height: 5' 8 (173cm)
  • Weight: 9st 6lb (59.9kg)
  • Playing Age: 31 - 40
  • Eye Colour: Grey-Green
  • Hair Colour: Dark Brown
  • Hair Length: Mid Length
  • Unions: Equity
  • Appearance: White, Eastern European, Mediterranean


Holby City, Imogen, BBC, (director: James Larkin)

Father Brown, Peggy Harper, BBC, (director: Paul Gibson)

Casualty, Susie Reardon, BBC 1 (director: Michael Owen Morris)

Doctors, Linda Burke , BBC 1 (director: Paul Gibson)

Holby City, Emily Evans, BBC 1 Television (director: Paul Gibson)

Doctors, Sarah Markson, BBC 1 Television (director: Paul Gibson)


LAVA, Vicky, Fifth Word Theatre /Nottingham Playhouse, Angharad Jones

A Christmas Carol, Mrs Cratchit, RSC, (director:Rachel Kavanaugh)

William Wordsworth, Dorothy, Theatre by the Lake, (director: Michael Oakley)

Wind in the Willows, Ratty, Rose Theatre (director: Ciaran McConville)

Much Ado About Nothing, Beatrice, Shakespeare's Globe and Tour (director: Max Webster)

Bell, Book and Candle, Gillian Holroyd, New Vic Theatre (director: Gwenda Hughes)

Much Ado About Nothing, Beatrice, Shakespeare's Globe and Tour (director: Max Webster)

It Just Stopped, Beth, Orange Tree Theatre (director: David Antrobus)

On Golden Pond, Chelsea, Salisbury Playhouse (director: Ria Parry)

Romeo and Juliet, Lady Capulet, Shakespeare's Globe (director: Bill Buckhurst)

As You Like It, Jaques/Phoebe, Shakespeare's Globe (director: James Dacre)

A Midsummer Night's Dream, Titania, Shakespeare's Globe (Globe and UAE Tour), Bill Buckhurst

A Comedy Of Errors, The Abbess / Courtesan, Shakespeare's Globe (USA) (director: Rebecca Gatward)

Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, Shakespeare's Globe (director: Bill Buckhurst)

The Cherry Orchard, Varya, Birmingham Rep. (director: Rachel Kavanaugh)

Bleak House, Esther Summerson, New Vic Theatre (director: Theresa Heskins)

An Ideal Husband, Mrs. Cheveley, Theatre of Frankfurt (director: Simon Green)

Alison's House, Louise, Orange Tree Theatre (director: Jo Combes)

His Dark Materials, Mrs Lonsdale/Ruta Skadi/No Name, Birmingham Rep./Centreline Prods/WYP (director: Rachel Kavanaugh)

The House Of Bernarda Alba, Angustius, Belgrade Theatre Coventry (director: Gadi Roll)

The Herbal Bed, Susanna Hall, Salisbury Playhouse Theatre (director: Caroline Leslie)

Great Expectations, Estella, New Vic Theatre Stoke (director: Theresa Heskins)

The Taming Of The Shrew, Katherine (Kate), Creation Theatre Company (director: Heather Davies)

Katherine Desouza, Fay, Birmingham Rep. (director: Gwenda Hughes)

Top Girls, Griselda/Nell/Jeanine, Watford Palace Theatre (director: Kirstie Davis)

Cymbeline, Imogen, Open Air Theatre Regent's Park (director: Rachel Kavanaugh)

Dog In The Manager, Anarda, RSC Swan (Stratford) & The Playhouse (West End) (director: Laurence Boswell)

House Of Desires, Sister Beatriz, RSC Swan (Stratford) & The Playhouse (West End) (director: Nancy Meckler)

The Great Pretender, Clemencia, RSC Swan (Stratford) & The Playhouse (West End) (director: Mike Alfreds)

Tamar's Revenge, Dina, RSC The Swan Stratford (director: Simon Usher)

Precious Bane, Prue, Tour for Pentabus (director: Theresa Heskins)

Project B, Kate, The Work Collective (director: Matthew Dunster)

She Stoops To Conquer And A Laughing Matter, Pimple & Ensemble, Out of Joint/Royal National Theatre (director: Max Stafford-Clark) 

As You Like It, Hisperia - 2 Yrs, Royal Shakespeare Company (director: Greg Doran)

Henry IV Part 1, Traveller - 2 Yrs, Royal Shakespeare Company (director: Michael Attenborough)

Henry IV Part 2, Nell - 2 Yrs, Royal Shakespeare Company (director: Michael Attenborough)

Romeo and Juliet, Lady Capulet, Oxford (director: Richard Beecham)

Romeo and Juliet, Juliet, Stoke New Vic Theatre (director: Gwenda Hughes)

Laughter In The Dark, Margot Peters, Royal Shakespeare Company (director: Craig Higginson)