Emma Bird

Emma Bird
Emma successfully auditioned for her first professional role, Needle, written by Jimmy McGovern, directed by Gillies MacKinnon when she was 17 years old (BBC, 1990).  Having secured representation with Sally Long-Innes at ICM (now Independent Talent), she began a successful early career in television, most notably as series regular Maxine Price in Casualty (1992). Her experience grew in short films and features through her work with director Sandra Goldbacher in Seventeen, Piccadilly Circus by Night and The Governess, starring alongside Minnie Driver, (1997). Her notable theatre work includes The Good Hope, (adapted by Lee Hall), directed by Bill Brydon, (2002) at The Royal National Theatre, David Mamet’s Oleanna (Norwich Playhouse) and The Woods (The Finborough Theatre), and Terms of Abuse (by Jessica Townsend) at Hampstead Theatre amongst others. 
Name Emma Bird
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Gender Male
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Place of Birth Liverpool, England
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As: Maxine Price