Emilia Fox

Fox in 2011 Emilia Rose Elizabeth Fox (born 31 July 1974) is an English actress and presenter whose film debut was in Roman Polanski's film ''The Pianist''. Her other notable films include the Italian–French–British romance-drama film ''The Soul Keeper'' (2002), for which she won the Flaiano Film Award for Best Actress; the drama film ''The Republic of Love'' (2003); the comedy-drama film ''Things to Do Before You're 30'' (2005); the black comedy ''Keeping Mum'' (2005); the romantic comedy-drama film ''Cashback'' (2006); the drama ''Flashbacks of a Fool'' (2008); the drama film ''Ways to live Forever'' (2010); the drama-thriller ''A Thousand Kisses Deep'' (2011); and the fantasy-horror drama film ''Dorian Gray'' (2009).

Fox's television roles include the BBC drama ''Pride and Prejudice'' (1995), the PBS British/German television serial ''Rebecca'' (1997), ITV Granada's ''Henry VIII'' (2003), BBC's ''Gunpowder, Treason & Plot'' (2004), the 2005 BBC miniseries ''The Virgin Queen'' (2005) and the ITV crime drama series ''Fallen Angel'' (2007). She also appeared as Morgause in the BBC's ''Merlin'', beginning in the programme's second series. Fox also starred in ''Delicious'' (2016). She stars as Dr. Nikki Alexander on BBC crime drama ''Silent Witness'', having joined the cast in 2004 following the departure of Amanda Burton. Fox is the longest serving cast member since the departures of Tom Ward in 2012 and William Gaminara in 2013. Fox has currently played the role of Nikki for 16 years.

In Britain, Fox has performed in plays with high-profile actors such as ''Les Liaisons Dangereuses'' with Jared Harris and ''Coriolanus'' with Ralph Fiennes. Provided by Wikipedia
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