What happened to Emily Lloyd? What is she doing now? Biography

April 18, 2024
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Who is Emily Lloyd?

Born on 29 September 1970 under the sign of Virgo, in Islington, London, England, Emily Alice Lloyd-Pack is a 52-year-old actress, who gained enormous popularity from starring as Lynda in “Wish You Were Here” (1987), playing Jessie Burns in “A River Runs Through It” (1992), and featuring as Alice Lidell Hargreavers in “Riverworld” (2003).

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How rich is she, as of now? Emily Lloyd Net Worth

As of mid-2022, Emily Lloyd’s fortune is estimated to be well over $1 million, earned through her professional acting career. She’s worked on more than 20 film and TV credits since the mid-1980s, when she started her career.

Early Life, Parents, Half-Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background

Emily Lloyd was brought up in London by her father, Roger Lloyd-Pack, a well-known actor, and her mother, Sheila Hughes (née Laden), who worked as a theatrical agent; she’s the granddaughter of famous stage and film actor Charles Lloyd-Pack. Her parents separated when she was only 18 months old, and she continued to live with her mother in Milner Square, Islington. When Emily was five years old, her mother married Martin Ball, a telephone engineer, and welcomed a daughter named Charlotte with him. Her father married Jehane Markham, and they welcomed three sons, named Louis, Hartley and Spencer. Emily holds British nationality, belongs to Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian. Speaking about her educational background, she attended eight schools by the time she was 18, and also the Italia Conti Stage School.


Rise to Prominence

Emily Lloyd launched her professional acting career in 1987, when she made her film debut in the lead role of Lynda Mansell in the British comedy-drama film “Wish You Were Here”, which was written and directed by David Leland, and sharing the screen with such well-known actors as Tom BellJesse Birdsall, and Geoffrey Hutchings. Thanks to her amazing performance, she was praised by critics and nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Furthermore, she won the National Society of Film Critics’ Best Actress Award. The following year, she made her TV debut as Polly in the episode “Everyone A Winner” of the British anthology series “Tickets For The Titanic”, which was produced by William G Stewart and broadcast on Channel 4.

Continued Success

Her next significant role came in 1989, when she appeared in the title role of Carmela ‘Cookie’ Voltecki in the American comedy film “Cookie”, alongside Dianne Wiest and Peter Falk. The same year, she played Samantha Hughes in Norman Jewison’s drama film “In Country”, opposite Bruce Willis, followed by her portrayals of Betty Jones in the 1990 British crime drama film “Chicago Joe And The Showgirl”, which was directed by Bernard Rose, and Splendid in the 1991 ensemble drama film “Scorchers”, directed by David Beaird and based on his stage play of the same title.


Thereafter, she was chosen to play in Woody Allen’s critically acclaimed comedy-drama film “Husbands and Wives” (1992) but was eventually fired by him due to her health issues. During the same year, she landed the supporting role of Jessie Burns in the Academy Award-winning drama film “A River Runs Through It”, directed by Robert Redford and starring Brad Pitt, Craig Sheffer and Tom Skerritt.

Further Work

In 1994, Emily played Avis in the sci-fi short film “Override”, after which she featured as Betty Wall in the 1995 action comedy film “Under The Hula Moon”, in which she shared the screen with Stephen Baldwin and Chris Penn. The following year, she landed the roles of Lisa Tuttle in the action crime film “The Real Thing”, and Annie Doherty in the sports drama “When Saturday Comes”. Later that year, she portrayed Charlotte in the short film “Masculine Mescaline”, and Mother in Adam Coleman Howard’s comedy film “Dead Girl”. Also in 1996, Emily guest-starred as Jennie in the episode “Costumes” of the romantic drama TV series “Strangers”. Thereafter, she took the supporting role of Annie McGee in the war drama film “Welcome To Sarajevo” in 1997, and the following year she played Hester in the crime thriller film “Boogie Boy” and Kim Patterson in the sci-fi drama film “Woundings”.

Career in the New Millennium

Emily’s first role in the new millennium came in 2001, when she took the small part of Emma in the episode “Emma’s Boy” of the American anthology series “Dark Realm”, which was broadcast in syndication. It was followed by her appearance in the lead role of Catherine in the independent thriller film “The Honeytrap” (2002), in which she starred alongside Anthony Green, Valerie Edmond, and Natalie Walter.

The next year, she played Alice Lidell Hargreaves in the Sci-Fi Channel fantasy film “Riverworld” and was cast as Angela in the action drama thriller film “Hey Mr DJ”, which was written and directed by Danny Patrick. She then had some trouble with finding acting work due to her mental health, but she eventually had a small role in the 2008 short comedy film “The Conservatory”.


Thereafter, she again took a break from acting, and returned in 2021 when she played Yvonne in Spencer Hawken’s horror thriller film “No Reasons”.

Theatre Career and Autobiography

Apart from appearing in films, Emily is also a stage actress, debuting in 1996 when she performed as Bella Kooling in the Electric Cinema production of “Max Klapper”, which was followed by her appearance as Eliza Doolittle in the play “Pygmalion” at the Albery Theatre. In 2003, she played Ophelia in “Hamlet” at the Shakespeare Festival in Brighton and Leeds.

Besides that, she also published her autobiographical book, entitled “Wish I Was There”, in 2013.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Emily Lloyd has long light brown hair and hazel eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 7ins (1.71m), and weighs around 130lbs (59kgs). Information about her vital statistics, bra, dress and shoe sizes isn’t available.


Personal Life

Emily Lloyd was romantically involved with American actor and film director Danny Huston from 1993 until late 1994. She later started dating vocalist Christian Jupp, with whom she welcomed a daughter named Arrabelle in October 2014.

She has suffered from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and also once revealed that she was sexually abused by a family friend at the age of five, and that subsequently caused her anxiety and depression.

Martha Clifford

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