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Emma Piper is an actress, known for Empire of the Sun (1987), BBC Play of the Month (1965) and The Fool (1990). See full bio »

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Known For

Empire of the Sun Amy Matthews
(1987)
BBC Play of the Month Alice Maitland / Asta Allmers
(1979-1982)
The Fool Actress
(1990)
Theatre Night Chorus of women from Chalcis
(1990)

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 1991 Casualty (TV Series)
Sue Varley
- Allegiance (1991) ... Sue Varley
 1990 The Fool
 1990 Theatre Night (TV Series)
Chorus of women from Chalcis
- Iphigenia at Aulis (1990) ... Chorus of women from Chalcis
 1987 Empire of the Sun
Amy Matthews
 1985 Honeymoon (TV Movie)
Sally
 1984 Trespasses
Katie Wells
 1984 Juliet Bravo (TV Series)
Marge
- Alibi (1984) ... Marge
 1984 Other Halves
Audrey
 1984 Strangers and Brothers (TV Series)
Helen
- Episode #1.10 (1984) ... Helen
 1983 Number 10 (TV Mini-Series)
Ishbel MacDonald
- Underdog (1983) ... Ishbel MacDonald
 1982 Russian Night... 1941 (TV Movie)
Valya
 1982 The Agatha Christie Hour (TV Series)
Sylvia Carslake
- In a Glass Darkly (1982) ... Sylvia Carslake
 1979-1982 BBC Play of the Month (TV Series)
Asta Allmers / Alice Maitland
- Little Eyolf (1982) ... Asta Allmers
- The Voysey Inheritance (1979) ... Alice Maitland
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Other Works:

She acted in Thomas Middleton and William Rowley's play, "The Changeling", at the Riverside Studios Theatre in London, England with Brian Cox, Robert Lindsay, Polly Hemingway, David Ryall, David Troughton, David Rintoul and Sharon Duce in the cast. Peter Gill was the director. See more »

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