Emily Haigh is an English actress born in Devon. She has won 10 Best Actress Awards and the 'One To Watch' Award, as well as awards for writing, directing and producing. Emily's acting credits include Georgiana Reed in the Oscar nominated feature film 'Jane Eyre', guest lead in BBC’s hospital drama, Casualty and 'Riley' opposite Stephen Moyer (True Blood) and John Rhys-Davies (The Lord of the Rings) in feature film 'G-Loc', set to be released in 2020.
At 18 years of age, with no prior filmmaking experience, Emily made her writing/directorial debut with the short film 'Dead Wrong'. This led to Emily being asked to produce environmental animation ‘The Velvet Abstract’, where she attached narrator Tobias Menzies (The Crown, Outlander).
Her third film as writer/director ‘Beautified’ has won 26 awards to date. She was asked to produce and co-direct 'Patron' a metoo social horror which recently joined the festival circuit having it's premiere screening at the UK's largest genre film festival, Frightfest.