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Jemma Bolt

Jemma Bolt

Jemma Danielle Bolt was born in the 1980's in Poole, Dorset. Daughter of British parents Derek and Hayley. Jemma started performing on the stage from age 3 when she joined a local dance academy. Self-described as "driven, independent and playful" Jemma left home at the age of 15 following her parents break up. At the age of 16, she studied for a BTEC National Diploma in Performing Arts at The Jellicoe Theatre. Two years later she was awarded a place at The Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Arts. This is where her love for theatre really grew having the opportunity to play characters as diverse as Abigail Williams, in the stage version of The Crucible and Mr. Toad in The Wind in the Willows. Not quite ready to settle permanently in London, Jemma lived abroad in sunnier climates and trained as a ski guide- a hobby she still loves very much. On her return to the UK, Jemma got back into the swing of things after signing with her agent and landing small roles in How To lose Friends and Alienate People starring Simon Pegg and Last Chance Harvey with Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson. 2011 brought Jemma her first leading role in Rupert Bryan's horror film, 'The Hike' which has been released on both sides of the Atlantic via Lionsgate Films. Jemma actually performs her own stunts in the film, something she is always keen to do.

Height:
5' 6" (1.68)

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