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Emma Campbell-Jones


Emma Campbell-Jones is an actress, known for Outlander (2014), Doctor Who (2005) and 6 Days (2017). See full bio »

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Outlander Mary MacNab
(2017)
Doctor Who Cass / Dr Kent
(2011-2013)
6 Days Whitelaw's Aide
(2017)
Dates Dawn
(2013)

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 2018 Dead in a Week: Or Your Money Back
William's Mum
 2017 Perplexed Music (Short)
Woman
 2016-2017 The Lodge (TV Series)
Ella
- The North Star (2017) ... Ella (uncredited)
- Under New Management (2017) ... Ella
- Cancelled (2016) ... Ella
- Opportunities (2016) ... Ella
 2017 Outlander (TV Series)
Mary MacNab
- Surrender (2017) ... Mary MacNab
 2017/I 6 Days
Whitelaw's Aide
 2016/III The Listener (Short)
Elizabeth / Caroline (voice)
 2008-2016 Doctors (TV Series)
Hazel Dabney / Sophie Morgan-Spencer / Mena Fisher / ...
- Meat Is Murder (2016) ... Hazel Dabney
- Forgiven (2011) ... Sophie Morgan-Spencer
- Basting the Turkey (2010) ... Mena Fisher
- Love Rat (2008) ... Sarah Dempster
 2016 Terminally Happy (Short)
Evie
 2016 Royal Wives at War (TV Movie)
Thelma Furness
 2015 The Coroner (TV Series)
Christine Talbot
- The Deep Freeze (2015) ... Christine Talbot
 2015 Doctor Who the Time War (TV Movie)
Cass (uncredited)
 2011-2015 Holby City (TV Series)
Gail Quereshi / Ruby Fisher
- The Children of Lovers (2015) ... Gail Quereshi
- Blue Valentine (2011) ... Ruby Fisher
 2014 Law & Order: UK (TV Series)
Camille Hutton
- Bad Romance (2014) ... Camille Hutton
 2014 Silent Witness (TV Series)
Tania Laing
- In a Lonely Place: Part 2 (2014) ... Tania Laing
 2011-2013 Doctor Who (TV Series)
Cass / Dr Kent
- The Night of the Doctor (2013) ... Cass
- The Wedding of River Song (2011) ... Dr Kent
 2013 The Tunnel (TV Series)
Grace
- Episode #1.3 (2013) ... Grace
 2013 Dates (TV Series)
Dawn
- Mia & Stephen (2013) ... Dawn
 2013 Jo (TV Mini-Series)
Louise Lang
- Place De La Concorde (2013) ... Louise Lang
 2012 In Absence (Short)
Emily
 2012 Red Dwarf (TV Series)
TV Character 1
- Entangled (2012) ... TV Character 1
 2012 Hollyoaks (TV Series)
Marie
- Episode #1.3428 (2012) ... Marie
- Episode #1.3427 (2012) ... Marie
 2012 A Touch of Cloth (TV Series)
Gavina Duntish
- The First Case: Part Two (2012) ... Gavina Duntish
- The First Case: Part One (2012) ... Gavina Duntish
 2010 Taggart (TV Series)
Katie Wallis
- Ends of Justice (2010) ... Katie Wallis
- Bad Medicine (2010) ... Katie Wallis
 2010 EastEnders (TV Series)
Sales Assistant
- Episode dated 24 August 2010 (2010) ... Sales Assistant
 2008 Hotel Babylon (TV Series)
Helena
- Episode #3.3 (2008) ... Helena
 2006 Dream Team 80's (TV Mini-Series)
Isabelle Mackay
- It's a Kind of Magic (2006) ... Isabelle Mackay
- The Rise and the Fall (2006) ... Isabelle Mackay
- The Arrival (2006) ... Isabelle Mackay
 2006 Sea of Souls (TV Series)
Sarah
- Succubus (2006) ... Sarah
 2006 Elizabeth David: A Life in Recipes (TV Movie)
Frances
 2005 Casualty (TV Series)
Erica Hewson
- Getting Involved (2005) ... Erica Hewson
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Personal Details

Other Works:

She played the female lead Raymonde Chandebise, the wife of Tom Hollander's lead Victor Chandebise in A Flea in Her Ear at The Old Vic, directed by Richard Eyre, for 16 performances. See more »

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Height:

5' 5" (1.65 m)
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Trivia:

She is half English, half Scottish and grew up in Edinburgh, London, New Zealand and Florida. She trained at the Central School of Speech & Drama, graduating in 2004. She is the daughter of former F1 racing driver John Campbell-Jones and great niece of stage and film actress Diana Churchill.

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