Emma Cater’s acting career began as a child, performing in BBC’s The Doctors and The Harry H Corbett Show alongside her parents. She went on to train in Dance Theatre and performed with various dance and theatre companies in USA, Japan, the Far East, China and Europe, playing the lead opening production at the new Saddler’s Wells in London.
She has played a variety of roles from Hermia in Shakespeare’s A Mid Summer Night’s Dream on London’s South Bank, Gretel in Hansel and Gretel at The Young Vic and Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz.
Recent work includes The Girl Who Never Looked Up at the National Theatre, Beauty and the Beast at Polka Theatre London, the feature film Loulou and various TV commercials. Emma a learning associate at the National Theatre and Barbican, and also has done training and role-play work for many large organisations across Europe.
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