British by birth, Emily Woof built her entertainment career as an actress in many successful Hollywood movies. Woof's career in acting began with her roles in various films like the Rufus Sewell dramatic adaptation "The Woodlanders" (1997). This new success propelled her to seek out a role in "Passion" (1999). Her passion for acting continued to her roles in projects like the Kathy Burke dramedy "This Year's Love" (1999), "Fast Food" (2000) and the biopic drama "Pandaemonium" (2001) with Linus Roache. She also appeared in the TV special "Oliver Twist" (PBS, 2000-01). More recently, she continued to act in "School for Seduction" (2004), "Silent Cry" (2005) and the Mark Gatiss comedy "The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse" (2005). She also had a part in the TV miniseries "Miss Marple Series III" (2006-07). Most recently, Woof acted in "Wondrous Oblivion" (2006).