I'm a classically trained actress and have studied all the major acting disciplines. Including Meisner, Stanislavski, Strasberg, Adler, Laban/Bartenieff Movement and many other well established techniques.
I love investigating human nature and discovering each character's story. Every role is unique. I pull from different techniques to get inside; thriving on making the physical and emotional transformations needed to express each character. Whether it be a role in film, theater or television, a voice-over role in which I get to utilize my arsenal of voices or when I'm hired to work in a creative photo shoot. It's my passion to explore and bring to life the human being that I've been given the opportunity to discover. It's a gift each time I'm offered a new role.
Recent work includes an emotionally powerful female role in a Japanese Game. More details to come and a role on Season 2 of Amazon's "Undone."
Recently, I voiced the role of Mary in the animated feature film "Arctic Dogs," which had a North American theatrical release November 2019 and is now available on DVD and streaming platforms.
I wrote, produced and starred in the film, The Visitors, which won 3rd place in the 2018 Cinespace Film Competition and premiered at The Houston Cinema Arts Festival.
For all the comic book fans, checkout the animated feature film "Doctor Strange," I voice one of the leading roles, Dr. Gina Atwater!
In my spare time I sculpt in stone and paint. I love creating art and am always looking for the next opportunity to do so.
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"Susan brought a nice package of skills to my project, in particular her strong comic timing and stage fighting skills. But beyond that, she's one of those actors who's just a joy to have on set. She can be laughing and joking and keeping the crew's spirits up one minute, and then focused like a laser the moment you need her to be."
- Keith Hartman
Director, "You Should Meet My Son 2"
"Emilia Cole is one of the scene's breakout stars"
- Linda Shine, Music of life magazin