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|Other names||Emily "Bouff" Bouffante|
|Occupation||Actress, TV presenter, writer|
Emily Katherine Booth (born 26 April 1976), also known by her stage name Emily "Bouff" Bouffante, is an English actress and television presenter.
Booth was born 26 April 1976 in Chester, Cheshire, growing up in Hastings, East Sussex. Booth studied for three A levels and a BA in Media and Film degree at Goldsmiths College, University of London. While she was a student she earned money busking playing the violin and sang on Eurotrash. Booth once worked in PR for the London-based Salvation Films and has campaigned for animal rights.
Booth is known for her roles in cult films Pervirella, Cradle of Fear, Evil Aliens and the BAFTA nominated short film Inferno. She appeared in Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez's double header Grindhouse (2007) in the mock trailer "Don't", by Edgar Wright.
Booth was also the host of several Channel 4 and satellite television shows. She co-presented and co-wrote video game review show Bits for two years. She was a segment presenter on Channel 4 flagship morning show The Big Breakfast, and presented on the gameshow Banzai for E4. Other shows she worked on are L!VE TV's Blue Review, paintball challenge show Mission: Paintball, Threesome and Demolition.
Booth is a presenter on Eat Cinema, interviewing A-list Hollywood stars on The Buzz and hosting her own show First Night Bites. She also hosted the now defunct Quiz Night Live, a premium rate call-in quiz show, shown on satellite/Freeview channel Ftn. She presents The Match on the XLeague.tvchannel. In 2007, she joined Zone Horror where she works as a presenter and continuity announcer. In 2007, Booth became the face of the Horror Channel, and hosted a monthly highlights show, Horror Bites.
Booth was among the guests at the 2009 Festival of Fantastic Films in Manchester and announced the results of the Delta Film Award. She co-hosted the Frighten Brighton Classic Horror Film Festival in Brighton in August 2012.
She has two children.
|2019||Shed of the Dead||Harriet|
|2012||Three's a Shroud||Segment "Over Developed"|
|Terror Toons 3||Nurse Stanley|
|2007||Grindhouse||faux trailer segment Don't|
|2005||Evil Aliens||Michelle Fox|
|2003||Spiderbabe||Fly Girl||scenes deleted|
|2002||Fallen Angels||Sally Munro||uncredited|
|Arthur's Amazing Things||Denise Clarington-Semi-Skimmed||Short film|
|Cradle of Fear||Mel||as Emily Bouffante|
|Sacred Flesh||Williams girl|
|1998||Witchcraft X: Mistress of the Craft||Linnaca||as Emily Bouffante|
|Event Horizon||Girl on monitor screen||uncredited |
- Forgot About The Drive-By: The Montell Jordan Story (2011) – presenter
- videoGaiden (2008)
- Bits (1999–2001) – writer and presenter
- The Big Breakfast: August 2001 – presenter
- outTHERE: season three – presenter (Eden)
- Shock Movie Massacre – presenter
- Blue Review – presenter
- Threesome (1999) – Eve
- Mission Paintball (2001–2002) – presenter
- Demolition (2002) – presenter
- Eat Cinema channel – presenter
- The Great Big British Quiz – presenter
- Quiz Night Live – presenter
- Make Your Play – presenter
- The Match – presenter
- Horror Channel – presenter/voiceover
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- Gallagher, Jim. "the Festival of Fantastic Films". fantastic-films.com. Retrieved 26 July 2017.
- "Frighten Brighton". Frighten Brighton. Retrieved 26 July 2017.
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