Emma Davies Birthday & Fun Facts

Height, Age, Net Worth, Biography & More

Akinwalere Olaleye
Sep 20, 2022 By Akinwalere Olaleye
Originally Published on May 07, 2022
Edited by Kelly Quinn
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On July 8, 2008, Emma-Kate Davies appeared as Anna De Souza in 'Emmerdale.'
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About Emma Davies

Emma-Kate Davies is a British actress. She was born March 7, 1970, and is the daughter of actor Geoffrey Davies. She graduated from Corona Theater School in London, England.
She is known as a versatile actress who has acted in theater plays, television roles, and films. She lives with her husband and daughter in London, United Kingdom.

Emma Davies Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits

What is Emma Davies’ net worth?

Emma Davis is a successful actress in British theater, television, and films. Her net worth is $1.5 million.

How much does Emma Davies earn per year?

A precise estimate of how much Emma Davis earns per year is not available.

Height, Age & Physical Attributes

How tall is Emma Davies?

Emma Davis is 5 ft 4 in (163 cm) tall.

How old is Emma Davies?

Emma Davies is 52 years old. She was born on March 7, 1970, and is a Pisces by birth.

Childhood And Education

Emma-Kate Davies was born on March 7, 1970. Her parents are English actor Geoffrey Davies and his wife Ann Davies. As a child, she accompanied her father to his plays and decided to become an actress after being inspired by his career.
She graduated from Corona Theatre School in London.

Family, Romance, And Relationships

Who is Emma Davies’ partner?

Emma Davies is married to Ross Allen, who is a garden designer. The couple lives with their daughter in Barnes, south-west London in England.

Who is Emma Davies' Family?

Emma Davies and Ross Allen have a daughter named Camille. She is 22 years old and lives with them in their house in Barnes, south-west London in England.

Career And Professional Highlights

Best Known For…

Emma Davies appeared in her first television role in 1971 when she was 18 months old. She played the role of a toddler in the British situation comedy 'The Fenn Street Gang'.
When Emma Davies was 14, she appeared in a television advert for Colgate toothpaste.
Davies got her first major television role at the age of 17. She played Jo Daly in the 1987 Central Television drama ‘Boon.’
Emma Davies has established herself as a versatile actress in British theater and television. She has acted in many television series throughout her career. Let's take a look at some of her most notable roles below.
In the biographical mini-series 'Mosley,' which premiered on Channel 4 in 1997, Davies played Diana Mitford (later Lady Diana Mosley).
In 2007, Emma Davies played the singular character Abigail Yorker in the Channel 4 drama ‘Cape Wrath.’
She appeared in one of her most notable roles as antagonist Anna De Souza in the British soap opera 'Emmerdale.' She debuted on the show in June 2008. She left the show at the end of the same year as her character had reached her end. She also decided to focus on her daughter Camille, who was growing up.
The actress also appeared in two episodes of the British medical soap opera 'Doctors' in 2002 and then in 2009. 'Doctors' premiered on BBC One.
In 2016, Emma Davies starred as one of the lead characters in the British television documentary 'Royal Wives at War'. She played the role of Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, during the rule of Edward VIII.
Emma Davies appeared in a short role in the 2001 thriller film 'Enigma,' directed by Michael Apted.
She also played the role of Cathy in the 2019 American comedy film, 'The Hustle.' The film starred Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson in the leading roles and was directed by Chris Addison.
Emma Davies is an English actress who has appeared in theater, television, and film roles.
The actress is best known for playing the role of Diana Mitford, a historical figure in the Channel Four biographical mini-series 'Mosley' in 1997.
Emma Davies is currently acting in 'The Last Temptation Of Boris Johnson,' a comedy satire directed by Jonathan Maitland. Davies plays the role of Margaret Thatcher, the first woman Prime the Minister of the United Kingdom.

Emma Davies’ Hobbies And Interests

Emma Davies enjoys gardening. Her husband Ross Allen is a garden designer. The couple owns a small garden allotment outside their home in London in England.

Other Interesting Emma Davies Facts And Trivia

Emma Davies's zodiac sign is Pisces.
Emma Davies has been a vegetarian since the age of 19.
She has acted in two plays with her father, Geoffrey Davies.
She was inspired to be an actress after watching her father act in plays during her childhood.
She closely resembles American actress Marcia Cross who acted in the ABC television series, 'Desperate Housewives.'

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Emma Davies Birthday & Fun Facts Facts

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Emma-Kate Davies

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163 cm

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Corona Theatre School

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Ross Allen


Geoffrey Davies, Ann Davies
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Bachelor of Arts specializing in English Literature

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