Jemma Bolt

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        Born in Poole on the south coast of the UK, Jemma was a performer from the early age of 3 performing in big stage productions at The Lighthouse (formerly Poole Arts Centre) Jemma carried on performing throughout the school years and often landed the lead roles in the various stage productions which were as diverse as Abigail Williams in Arthur Miller's 'The Crucible' to Mr. Toad in 'Wind in the Willows' which led to her gaining a BTEC ND in Performing Arts and her place at Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Arts. Since then Jemma has gone on to have supporting roles in film ('How to Loose Friends and Alienate People' and 'Last Chance Harvey') and TV ('Bodies' BBC and 'Above Suspicion' ITV). 2011 sees Jemma in her first major role in horror feature film 'The Hike' and taking the lead in short film 'Drama Queen' which she also co-produced. (Credits: jemmabolt.com)

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