Emma Cunniffe
Film, stage and televisionactress
Emma Cunniffe
Emma Cunniffe is a British film, stage and television actress. Her television credits include The Lakes, "Biddy" in a TV adaptation of Great Expectations, All the King's Men, Clash of the Santas, alongside Robson Green and Mark Benton, an ITV adaptation of Appointment with Death, Clocking Off (BBC), and Flesh and Blood with Christopher Eccleston. She also appeared in an episode of the sixth season of Doctor Who, alongside the Eleventh Doctor played by Matt Smith.
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30-year-old who had double mastectomy because of cancer gene risk discovered she ALREADY had the disease
Daily Mail (UK) - almost 2 years
Emma Cunliffe, from Cheshire, had elected for the surgery ahead of her 31st birthday - the age at which both her mother (right) and grandmother were diagnosed with the disease.
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The Doctor Who Series Six News Accumulator Page - SFX
Google News - over 5 years
Guest starring: Daniel Mays (the villainous DCI Jim Keats from the final series of Ashes To Ashes), Emma Cunniffe (The Lakes) who play the parents of Harry, played by child actor Jamie Oram (info from The Doctor Who News Page), Andrew Tiernan
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The Doctor Who Series Six News Accumulator Page - SFX
Google News - over 5 years
Guest starring: Daniel Mays (the villainous DCI Jim Keats from the final series of Ashes To Ashes), Emma Cunniffe (The Lakes) who play the parents of Harry, played by child actor Jamie Oram (info from The Doctor Who News Page), Andrew Tiernan
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Who are the Night Terrors? - Doctor Who TV (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Daniel Mays and Emma Cunniffe are playing their parents. “The first place the TARDIS lands is Berlin in the Thirties! There, the Doctor and Amy meet German dictator Adolf Hitler, played by Albert Welling, plus an even more evil enemy…
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Uncovering the Coverup of a Medical Scandal in Britain
NYTimes - almost 15 years
It's hard to watch Peter Kosminsky's ''Innocents'' without thinking about that old riddle: What do you call the person who finished last in class at medical school? Doctor. ''Innocents,'' tonight's ''Masterpiece Theater'' presentation, is based on the true case of what the British press called ''the Bristol heart babies.'' In Bristol, England, the
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TV WEEKEND; Decreased Expectations While Getting the Dickens
NYTimes - almost 18 years
If competing with Charles Dickens were not daunting enough, moviemakers who take on his work also find themselves up against the memories of adaptations past, and none more memorably than ''Great Expectations.'' Fans may argue over whether the book is among Dickens's best, but the 1947 British adaptation, directed by David Lean and brought back
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