Emma Randall is an Australian Film and Television actor. She attended the Queensland University of Technology where she graduated in 1996 with a Bachelor of Arts (Drama). With a major in Set Design, Emma spent her formative years working in the Art Department on various film, theatre and TVC projects, often building scale models for stop motion animations. Her passion for acting never waned however and she went on to study screen acting at The Actors Workshop and soon began her career in front of the camera. She has participated in many productions, and in 2003 won “Best Female Actor” at the QNFA's for her work in Once I Was (Dir: Rebecca Parker). In 2015 she was jointly awarded “Best Ensemble Cast” at BAFF for her work in Australiens (Dir: Joe Bauer). Some of her other feature credits include: Undead (2003), The Illustrated Family Doctor (2005), Daybreakers (2009), Sisters of War (2010), Pipe Dream (2015) and Bullets for the Dead (2015). She has worked with some of Australia's best directors including Peter and Michael Spierig and Kriv Stenders. Earl's Town is her second collaboration with Matt Cerwen and her first experience as a Producer.