Emma
Fryer

Writer for television and actress

Emma started her comedy career as a stand up comedian, reaching the finals of both So You Think You're Funny and Funny Women in 2005 after only a handful of gigs.

After writing and performing in Where are the Joneses? - the world's first interactive sitcom - she went on to co-write and star in Home Time, a comedy drama series for BBC2.

Emma co-wrote Festival Boy, a co-production for Rise Films and Sony and two original comedy treatments The Unteachables and Soap - both for Caroline Leddy at Company Television and Channel 4. 

Emma also has a couple of projects in development -  A Lot Like Christmas, a single film for Hartswood and The Widow for Hillbilly.

In her acting career Emma has appeared in numerous successful comedies on television including three series of Phoneshop on E4 and brand new Sky comedy Chickens


CV

Theatre

Various 
Director Kevin Eldon
Manchester International Festival
Gillian 
Director Hannah MacKay
Pleasasnce Edinburgh

Film

Fiona 
Director Ben Wheatley
Waitress 
Director Gareth Carrivick
HBO/BBC

Radio

Deborah Dearden 
Director Jim Poyser
Production Company Woolyback Productions
Broadcaster BBC Radio 4
Ruth Willith 
Producer James Robinson
Production Company BBC Radio 4
Production Company Woolyback Productions
Director Lianne Coop
Production Company BBC Radio 4
Director Tilusha Ghelani
Production Company BBC Radio 4
Tina 
Director Marc Haynes & Chris Heath
Production Company BBC Radio 4
Various 
Director Rachel Springett
Production Company 4 Radio
Various 
Director Gus Bousfield
Production Company BBC Radio 4
Director Ed Morrish
Production Company BBC Radio 4
Presenter 
Production Company BBC Coventry

Television

Rebecca Osgood 
Director Various
Hat Trick for SKY
Susan Random 
Director Michael Cumming
Objective for Channel 4
Nellie (regular) 
Director Ben Palmer
Big Talk for SKY
Roxanne 
Director Johnny Vegas
LA Productions for BBC 1
Kelly 
Director Sue Tulley
Vera for BBC4
Janine  
Director Various
Talkback Thames
Janine 
Director Phil Bowler
Talkback Thames/Channel 4
Gaynor 
Baby Cow
Tanya 
Director Various
Baby Cow
Sue 
Director Sandy Johnson
BBC
Presenter 
Director Gus Bousfield
Channel K
Vicky West 
Director Laurence Wilson
BBC
Ariel 
Director Andy Mettam
Hat Trick
Various 
Director Joel Wilson
Liberty Bell
Various 
Director Gus Bousfield
Channel K

Writer 

Noho for Channel 4
In development
The Widow
In Development
Hillbilly Films
Hartswood Films
In Development
Co-written with Neil Edmond
Company Pictures for Channel 4
In Development
Festival Boy
Online comedy series
Producer Teddy Leifer
Rise Films/Sony Films
In development
Starring
  • Hoot Productions
    Where are the Joneses?
    Interactive online 86 day comedy for Ford
    Baby Cow Productions/Imagination
    Home Time
    6 x 30'
    Producer Ted Dowd
    Starring
  • Co-written  and created with Neil Edmond. Sitcom starring Emma Fryer as a girl who returns home to Coventry 12 years after having running away to find her place in the big wide world.

     

    Baby Cow Productions for BBC2