Emily Berrin>on Height, Weight, Age, Wiki, Biography, Net Worth, Facts

Eye Color

Blue

Hair Color

Blonde

Shoe Size

She wears a size 7 (US) shoe.

Dress Size

Her dress size is 4 (US).

Sexuality

Straight

Professional Statistics

Film Debut

Emily got her first acting job in 2013, playing the role of Clare in the biographical comedy-drama film, ‘The Look of Love’ in 2013. But, her role was uncreditedin the film.

Her first credited appearance was in  the comedy film, The Inbetweeners 2, in 2014, in which she played the role of Katie.

Television Debut

Emily’s television debut came in 2013 when she was cast as Jane Shore in the drama series, ‘The White Queen’.

Famous For

Emily Berrington is highly praised for portraying the role of Niska in the TV series Humans. She has also appeared in many hit TV shows like Defending the Guilty, The Miniaturist, Sons of Liberty, 24: Live Another Day, and The White Queen.

Brand Endorsements

Emily has appeared in ad campaigns for M.i.h Jeans, Delfina Delettrez jewelry, ELIE SAAB, Elham & Issa Jewelry, Emilia Wickstead, Christian Louboutin, Theory, Murad Skincare, Antonio Berardi, CARAT* LONDON, GANNI, Temperley London, Nude by Nature, and C A M I L L A E L P H I C K.

Emily Berrington Favorites

  • Favorite Film – The Big Chill (1983)
  • Favorite Director – Ken Loach
  • Favorite Designer – Pepe Lowe
  • Favorite Book – “The Sea, The Sea” by Iris Murdoch

Emily Berrington Net Worth

Emily’s net worth is estimated to be around $700 thousand dollars.

Social Media Profiles

Emily Berrington

Emily Berrington Facts

Her parents were social workers who subsequently started a training business for the public sector.

While studying at the King’s College London, she wrote her dissertation on “the economic collapse of Argentina and the resulting rise of cooperativism”

Though, she was involved in youth drama during her teens, she pursued a career in politics, working at the House of Commons for Labour Party MP Siobhain McDonagh of the London constituency of Mitcham and Morden.

Emily decided to quit politics because she found it terrifying, male-dominated, and intimidating for young blonde women.

She was featured in publications, including Grazia UK, S Magazine UK, British Vogue, Lula, Vulkan, My 71, and Fiasco.

While studying acting at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Emily Berrington performed in the Almeida Theatre’s production of Children’s Children and Michael Winterbottom’s The Look of Love.

Emily cites Cate Blanchett as her fashion icon.

She began playing Niska in Channel 4 series Humans from 2015.