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Emma Rigby

Actress + Model
Female
Born Sep 26, 1989

Emma Catherine Rigby is an English actress. She is best known for playing the role of Hannah Ashworth in long-running soap opera Hollyoaks and Gemma in BBC One drama series Prisoners' Wives, which aired in 2012.

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Timeline

Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Emma Rigby.

CHILDHOOD

1989 Birth Born on September 26, 1989.

TEENAGE

2005 15 Years Old In 2005, Rigby got the role as Hannah Ashworth in Hollyoaks at the age of 15. … Read More
2008 18 Years Old In November 2008, Rigby announced she was leaving Hollyoaks to pursue other projects, and would remain on-screen until June 2009.

TWENTIES

However, after meetings with soap bosses, it was later confirmed that Rigby had extended her contract for an additional six months and would remain on-screen until February 2010.
In 2011, Rigby starred as Brandy Mulligan in online series Becoming Human.
2012 22 Years Old The show's first episode aired on 31 January 2012 with Rigby playing Gemma Roscoe, a young pregnant girl whose life falls apart when her husband is arrested for murder.
2013 23 Years Old In 2013 Rigby appeared in episode four of Ripper Street as Lucy Eames, and in episode one of The Job Lot, she was also cast in a lead role as the Red Queen in the U.S. television series Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.
2015 25 Years Old She was number 98 on FHM 100 Sexiest of 2015. 2016 saw Rigby make a guest appearance on Death in Paradise. … Read More
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