Emily Atack Biography

(Actress)
Emily Atack
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Birthday: December 18, 1989 (Sagittarius)

Born In: Luton, Bedfordshire, England

Emily Atack is a British actress best known for playing Charlotte Hinchcliffe on E4’s comedy drama ‘The Inbetweeners’. She appeared as a contestant in season 5 of ‘Dancing on Ice’ and finished at the 2nd place in the eighteenth series of ITV’s ‘I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!’ As a film actress, she has had roles in a number of movies, including ‘Almost Married,’ ‘Outside Bet,’ ‘Broken Glass,’ ‘Unforgivable,’ and ‘Iron Sky: The Coming Race,’ to name a few. Born in Luton, Bedfordshire to musician Keith Atack and actress cum singer Kate Robbins, Atack got the inspiration for acting from her mother. She kicked off her professional career in her teens and has been unstoppable since then. Besides her unbeatable acting skills, she is admired for her beauty and glamorous looks. Currently, Atack is dating producer Rob Jowers.
Quick Facts

British Celebrities Born In December

Age: 32 Years, 32 Year Old Females

Family:

father: Keith Atack

mother: Kate Robbins

Actresses Comedians

Height: 5'7" (170 cm), 5'7" Females

City: Luton, England

Career
Emily Atack made her acting debut with an episode of the series ‘Blue Murder’ in 2007. A year later, she was cast in the role of Charlotte Hinchcliffe in ‘The Inbetweeners’, a coming-of-age sitcom involving issues faced by teenage boys like school life, friendships, lad culture, male bonding, and failed sexual encounters. During this time, the actress also participated in season 5 of the reality competition ‘Dancing on Ice’. In 2011, she made her film debut with a role in the comedy flick ‘Outside Bet’. Two years later, she starred as Bridget in the movie ‘Get Lucky’.
In 2014, Atack featured in the movies ‘Almost Married’ and ‘Unforgivable’. In ‘Almost Married,’ she plays a woman who returns with an STD after spending a night out and is eventually forced not to have sex with her husband-to-be. The following year, the actress began appearing on ‘The Keith Lemon Sketch Show’. During this time, she also had roles in the films ‘Dad's Army,’ ‘Ibiza Undead’ and ‘The Tourist.’
From 2016 to 2017, Atack featured on the sketch comedy television series ‘Tracey Ullman's Show’ and also made guest appearances in the programs ‘Father Brown’ and ‘The Keith & Paddy Picture Show’. In 2018, she played Becky in the live action family comedy flick ‘Patrick’ that revolves around a young woman whose life changes when her grandma gifts her a prized possession, a carefree and spoilt pug named Patrick. Also in 2018, Atack participated in the 18th season of ‘I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!’ She ended up finishing in the 2nd place.
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Family & Personal Life
Emily Atack was born on 18 December 1989 in Luton, Bedfordshire, UK to musician Keith Atack and actress Kate Robbins. She is the niece of Jane Robbins, Ted Robbins, Amy Robbins, Emma Robbins and Simon Shelton. She has two younger siblings: a brother named George Timothy Atack and a sister named Martha Elizabeth. Her grandmother is a cousin of the singer and multi-instrumentalist Paul McCartney.
Talking about her love life, Atack allegedly enjoyed a ‘string of dates’ with comedian Seann Walsh at Edinburgh Festival in 2016. She has also been romantically linked to Jack Vachar whom she dated for five years. Currently, she is dating film producer Rob Jowers. The two made their first public appearance at the red-carpet event of BAFTA TV Awards 2019.

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