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Emma Chambers was previously married to Ian Dunn (1991 - 2018).
British Actress Emma Chambers passed away on 21st Feb 2018 Lymington, Hampshire, England, UK aged 53. Born Emma Gwynedd Mary Chambers on 11th March, 1964 in Doncaster, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, UK and educated at St Swithun's School in Winchester, Hampshire, Emma Chambers is most remembered for The Vicar of Dibley in a career that spanned 1999 > 2007 (self) and 1994 > 1994 (singer: 'My Favorite Things') and 1988 > 1994 (actress: tv mini-series) and 1989 > 1999 (actress: tv movies) and 1990 > 2007 (actress: tv series) and 1999 > 1999 (actress: films) and 1994 > 2007 (24 episodes: The Vicar of Dibley (tv sitcom series)) and 1998 > 1999 (11 episodes: How Do You Want Me? (tv sitcom series)) and ???? > ???? (theatre) and 1988–2007. Her zodiac sign is Pisces.
Emma Chambers was in 2 on-screen matchups, including James Fleet in The Vicar of Dibley (1994) and Rhys Ifans in Notting Hill (1999).
Emma Chambers is a member of the following lists: 1964 births, English film actors and English television actors.
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|Full Name at Birth||
Emma Gwynedd Mary Chambers
53 (age at death) years
11th March, 1964
Doncaster, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, UK
21st February, 2018
|Place of Death||
Lymington, Hampshire, England, UK
|Cause of Death||
Natural Causes (a likely heart attack)
5' 2" (157 cm)
MARRIAGE: Husband was actor Ian Dunn (m.June 1991 - 21 February 2018 - her death), DEATH: Suffered from asthma and a severe allergy to animals, which caused her death from a heart attack on February 21, 2018., 2000 NOMINEE > Favorite Supporting Actress - Comedy/Romance > Blockbuster Entertainment Awards > Notting Hill (1999), 1998 WINNER > Best TV Comedy Actress > British Comedy Awards > The Vicar of Dibley (1994)
St. Mary's in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, St Swithun's School in Winchester, Hampshire
[1980s] - Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art
|Claim to Fame||
The Vicar of Dibley
1988 > 2007|
(actress: tv), 1999 > 2007
(self), 1994 > 1994
(singer: 'My Favorite Things'), 1988 > 1994
(actress: tv mini-series), 1989 > 1999
(actress: tv movies), 1990 > 2007
(actress: tv series), 1999 > 1999
(actress: films), 1994 > 2007
(24 episodes: The Vicar of Dibley (tv sitcom series)), 1998 > 1999
(11 episodes: How Do You Want Me? (tv sitcom series)), ???? > ???? (theatre), 1988–2007
|Talent Agency (e.g. Modelling)||
Conway Van Gelder Grant Ltd (London)
TV commercial for Marks & Spencer (2004), TV commercial for Eisberg alcohol free wine (1989)
Ian Dunn, Ian McKellen, Ross Kemp, John Grant, Dawn French, Emma Freud, Richard Curtis
Emma Gwynedd Mary Chambers (11 March 1964 – 21 February 2018) was an English comic actress. She played the role of Alice Tinker in the BBC comedy The Vicar of Dibley and Honey Thacker in the film Notting Hill (1999).