The death of a wealthy confectionery company owner sees Nikki and forensic scientist Jack Hodgson work together as they uncover the secrets lurking behind the family business.
Emilia Fox introduces ‘Change’:
Audition: David Caves – scene 1 (with scenes from the first episode)
Audition: David Caves – scene 2 (with scenes from the first episode)
Promotional photo shoot:
Hello everyone and welcome back to Emilia Fox online!
My name is Lexi and I’ve just adopted this amazing site. You may know me from my other sites (check the family sites in the sidebar for more info on them). I’m really excited to start working on this fansite and make it an even bigger source for all things Emilia! So what did I do the past days?
I’ve re-arranged some folders in the gallery for better oversight, deleted tagged photos, replaced them and MQ photos with over 100+ new HQ photos, added all the latest and most recent photos of Emilia, added missing ‘Falcón’ screen caps, fixed broken links, and I’ve started to make an audio&video archive which will go online in the new year… soon to follow are the missing ‘Silent Witness’ screen captures and caps from Upstairs Downstairs.
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I ARRIVE to meet Emilia Fox so flustered after a delayed train I have the gibbering manner of someone quite unhinged.
When I apologetically produce my tape recorder, an ancient affair that looks like a Time Team exhibit, I fear this will only compound my air of general incompetence. Thankfully, it has the opposite effect.
“No, I love you for that,” she says, curling up on the hotel sofa. This is not just because public school and Oxford-educated Emilia, 37, is impeccably polite (which she is) but because in so many respects from voice to manner the Silent Witness actress could be the product of another era herself.
here is also something distinctly otherworldly about her, the very quality that presumably secured her the role of the supernatural Morgause in the BBC series Merlin.
I am therefore not remotely shocked to learn that she can’t cook; it seems far too much of a down-to-earth pastime. By her own admission she could scarcely be worse, so much so that she has just been announced as the face of Kenwood’s new search to find the 12 worst cooks in Britain.
Emilia is delightfully unselfconscious about discussing her culinary shortcomings. “I burn everything but I love burnt food, I’ve trained myself. My idea of terror is to have eight people around for supper. I’ve always thought it would be a disaster and ruin the evening so it would be better to leave it to people who are in control of the kitchen.”
Mulling over the idea of becoming Britain’s answer to the Kardashians, the 37-year-old actress said: ‘There are some big characters in my family but I’ve never been asked to do that.’
Fox is part of an acting dynasty that includes her father Edward Fox, 75, mother Joanna David, 65, along with her cousin, Piper’s hubby Laurence Fox – the star of TV show Lewis.
And when the family does manage to get together, ‘it’s very easy, very comfortable, very funny,’ the actress added.
Emilia’s 18-month-old daughter, Rose, by her ex-lover Jeremy Gilley, 43, appears to be following the family tradition too.
Emilia told Metro: ‘She’s certainly an entertainer but who knows? Whatever she did I would be proud.’
Her heartbreaking split from Gilley last year certainly hasn’t deterred her from having more kids.
‘Definitely, it’s my greatest achievement and my greatest love is being a mum,’ said the Silent Witness star.
If Fox decided to walk down the aisle again her future groom should be worried: ‘I absolutely love My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding, I’d quite like a full-on gypsy dress.’
Meanwhile Emilia (pictured) is busy hunting down disaster cooks like herself for Kenwood.
‘I’m really excited,’ she said. ‘I think it’s about giving confidence to people who don’t have it. I genuinely have never, ever been a confident cook.’
Emilia Fox is spearheading Kenwood’s Disaster Chef competition, a nationwide search to find the country’s 12 worst home cooks and turn them into culinary heroes.
t’s been described as the goriest series yet, with Ofcom fielding hundreds of complaints about its dark and hard-hitting storylines.
For Silent Witness’s star Emilia Fox, it’s regularly been a tortuous process too and her pain-staking research for her role as pathologist Dr Nikki Alexander would often leave her traumatised and mentally drained.
But Emilia, 37, reveals becoming a mum for the first time 18 months ago to daughter Rose has changed her outlook on the show after eight years of seemingly non-stop scenes of death and depravity.
She says: “Whereas once I used to get upset doing the research and watching real postmortems, now motherhood has completely altered my landscape. I don’t feel scared of death any more.
“After the first postmortem I witnessed, I was very upset and I couldn’t believe that could happen to anyone.
“Now, with my daughter here, all I think about is making the most of every single day and I can’t worry about it.”
Coming from a talented acting dynasty, having studied English at Oxford and becoming fluent in two foreign languages, the stunning actress is bringing up her daughter alone at her West London home after splitting from actor and charity campaigner boyfriend Jeremy Gilley, 43, last year.
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