Emily Berrington

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Emily Berrington Wiki Biography

Emily Berrington was born on 7th December 1988, in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, and is an actress, probably best known for starring in the television series “24: Live Another Day” as well as “Humans”. Berrington has been active in the entertainment industry since 2013.

How much is the net worth of Emily Berrington? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of her wealth is as much as $900,000, as of the data presented at the start of 2018. Film and television are the major sources of Berrington’s popularity and modest fortune.

To begin with, the girl was raised in Oxford alongside her three siblings by their parents. Emily was educated at Cheney School, and went on to further education at King’s College, London in which she majored in Development Geography. In 2012, she graduated from Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where she studied Acting.

Concerning her professional career, she debuted with an uncredited role in the film “The Look of Love” (2013) directed by Michael Winterbottom, but was soon followed by the recurring role of Jane Shore in the television drama series “The White Queen” (2013), broadcast on BBC One, so her net worth was firmly established.

Then Emily guest starred in the television production “Outnumbered” (2014), as well as “24: Live Another Day” in the same year, and then she was cast in the British comedy film “The Inbetweeners 2” directed by Damon Beesley and Iain Morris; the critically acclaimed film, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, grossed $65 million at the box office, becoming the highest grossing British film in the local market, which certainly helped add to her reputation.

In 2014, she starred alongside Robert Englund and Finn Jones in the horror thriller film “The Last Showing” by Phil Hawkins, and afterwards Berrington portrayed Margaret Kemble Gage in the miniseries “Sons of Liberty” (2015), aired on the History channel. In addition, she landed the main role in the science fiction television series “Humans” in 2016, created by Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley. In 2017, she had the minor role of the Miniaturist in the television series of the same name. More, she starred in the feature film “The Hippopotamus” based on the novel of the same name written by Stephen Fry, her varying roles showing her versatility and worth to directors.

To conclude, all the above mentioned roles have increased the total size of Emily Berrington net worth.

Finally, in the personal life of the actress, she tends to keep her private affairs just that, and is probably still single. She was known to be dating the actor Max Irons, but after some time the two parted ways.

IMDB Wikipedia 000 1.68 m 1986 1986-12-07 900 900000 Actress Damon Beesley December 7 Emily Berrington England English Finn Jones Iain Morris Jonathan Brackley King’s College London Max Irons Oxford Oxfordshire Robert Englund Sam Vincent Stephen Fry

Emily Berrington Quick Info

Net Worth$900,000
Date Of BirthDecember 7, 1986
Place Of BirthOxford, Oxfordshire, England
Height1.68 m
EducationKing’s College London
MoviesThe Hippopotamus, Sons of Liberty, The Last Showing, The Inbetweeners 2, The White Queen
TV ShowsHumans, Outnumbered

Emily Berrington Filmography

Humans2015TV SeriesNiskaActress
Sons of Liberty2015TV Mini-SeriesMargaret Kemble GageActress
The Last Showing2014AllieActress
The Inbetweeners 22014KatieActress
24: Live Another Day2014TV Mini-SeriesSimone Al-HaraziActress
Outnumbered2014TV SeriesStaceyActress
The White Queen2013TV Mini-SeriesJane ShoreActress
The Look of Love2013Clare (uncredited)Actress
Choreography of War: Creating the Battles and Special Effects of Sons of Liberty2015Video shortHerselfSelf
Lensing Liberty: The Making of Sons of Liberty2015Video shortHerselfSelf
Men of Independence: The Historical Figures of Sons of Liberty2015Video shortHerselfSelf
Jack Is Back2014TV Movie documentaryHerselfSelf