Who is Emily Atack? I’m A Celeb 2018 star and Inbetweeners actress who played Charlotte

Who is Emily Atack? I’m A Celeb 2018 star and Inbetweeners actress who played Charlotte

She then packed her bags for the I'm A Celebrity jungle, where she made it to the final and finished in second place – but what else do we know about her, and what else has she been in?

Who is Emily Atack?

Emily Jane Atack was born in Luton, Bedfordshire, on December 18, 1989 – making her 28.

She rose to fame as Charlotte Hinchcliffe – the love interest of Simon Bird’s Will McKenzie – in award-winning E4 series The Inbetweeners from 2008 to 2010.

She has also starred in films such as the remake of Dad's Army opposite Catherine Zeta-Jones and Bill Nigh, and in telly shows Rock and Chips, Little Crackers, The Keith Lemon Sketch Show and The Tracey Ullman Show.

She has had a series of smaller parts in independent films, including this year’s Iron Sky: The Coming Race and 2017’s Lost In Florence, but has struggled to make it on primetime telly.

Was she on Dancing on Ice?

In 2010, Emily was a contestant in ITV's Dancing on Ice. She partnered with professional ice skater Fred Palascak, and they were voted off in week eight.

Most recently she joined Avengers star Cobie Smulders in new comedy film Alright Now.

In October 2018 she hit headlines when The Sun published pictures of her with Strictly Come Dancing star Seann Walsh a week after he was seen kissing dance partner Katya Jones.

Who are Emily's family?

Her mum, Kate Robbins is a comedian/actress who shot to fame in the 1980s as a singer. Kate also appeared in soap opera Crossroads and is best known for her work on Spitting Image, a political satire show.

Emily's mum is a cousin of Sir Paul McCartney, and Emily has been photographed with the legendary singer's fashion designer daughter Stella McCartney at one of her shows in Paris.

Her dad is musician Keith Atack, who used to be a member of the 1970s pop group Child. He's currently on a US tour with singer John Parr.

Source: Read Full Article