More Emily Browning Bios & Profiles
Biography #2 (for Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events)Emily Browning most recently co-starred in the Australian outlaw adventure Ned Kelly, as well as the thriller Darkness Falls and the acclaimed miniseries After the Deluge.
Browning made her television feature debut opposite Judy Davis in the 1998 Hallmark Hal of Fame drama "The Echo of Thunder, directed by Simon Wincer. The following year, she won a regular role in the Australian television series High Flyers. In 2000, she was a regular in another Australian series, Thunderstone and found her way into the CBS miniseries Blonde, based on the best-selling book by Joyce Carol Oates.
Browning made her theatrical feature debut, co-starring with Billy Connolly and Judy Davis in the comedy-drama The Man Who Sued God. She then starred in the television movie Halifax f.p: Playing God, for which she won the Australian Film Institute's Young Actor's Award for best performance by a juvenile. She subsequently appeared with Gabriel Byrne and Julianna Margulies in the movie Ghost Ship.
Biography #3 (for Ghost Ship)Emily Browning commenced her acting career at a very young age. She appeared in several productions for The Learning Co-op in Hurstbridge, Victoria, including Lady Macbeth in Macbeth. Her professional debut was in the role of Opal Ritchie in The Echo of Thunder, which starred Judy Davis. Other work includes the children's series Thunderstone; High Flyers and Forest of Dreams; Something in the Air for the ABC; the recurring guest role of Hayley Fulton in Blue Heelers for Channel 7; the guest lead of Christie in Halifax f.p. - Playing God and the miniseries After the Deluge, starring Rachel Griffiths and Hugo Weaving.
Emily's feature film work to date includes the role of Rebecca Myers in The Man Who Sued God starring Billy Connolly and Judy Davis; the role of young Caitlin in Revolution Studios' Don't Peek (aka The Tooth Fairy) starring Emma Caulfield; and the role of Grace Kelly in Ned Kelly, starring Heath Ledger.
Bio courtesy Warner Bros. for "Ghost Ship" (26-Oct-2002)