Emma Chambers

They are rerunning “The Vicar Of Dibley” for the third or fourth time in Sweden now so i guess i´m not the only one liking it.
I adore Emma Chambers and her character Alice Tinker is my favorite, sexy……vegetable. 😉
I would love to see her play a murderer or cop or something just for the contrast.


Emma G. Chambers (born 11 March 1964) is an English actress. Her work includes the role Alice Tinker in the BBC comedy The Vicar of Dibley and Honey Thacker in the film Notting Hill (1999)

Chambers was born in DoncasterWest Riding of Yorkshire, where she went to school at St. Mary’s. Her secondary education was at St Swithun’s SchoolWinchesterHampshire. She then trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in the 1980s, where she was a classmate of actor Ross Kemp. Her sister is Sarah Doukas of Storm Model Management

I adore her!


After taking some smaller parts on television productions such as The Bill, in November 1994 Chambers played the role of Charity Pecksniff in the TV serialisation of the Charles Dickens novel Martin Chuzzlewit. In the same month she first played the role of Alice Tinker in the BBC comedy The Vicar of Dibley. Chambers appeared in all 24 episodes. In 1998 Chambers won the British Comedy Award for Best Actress for her performance. Her last outing as Alice was the Comic Relief Special in March 2007.

In 1998 Chambers took the role of Helen Yardley in the TV series How Do You Want Me?, and 1999, she appeared in the film Notting Hill, as Honey, the sister of Hugh Grant‘s character.

In 2000 she was cast as Martha Thompson in Take a Girl Like You, a made for TV drama based on the Kingsley Amis novel and a remake of the 1970 film.

Chambers worked as a voice performer in the animated made-for-TV film The Wind in the Willows in 1995. In 2003 she provided the voice of Spotty for two episodes in the TV seriesLittle Robots. Her episodes were called “Spotty Rules” and “Spotty’s Clean Machine”.

She was in theatre for about 10 years before her major break in television. She has appeared in a number of stage productions including Tartuffe and Invisible Friends. In 2002 she toured with the Michael Frayn play, Benefactors, where she starred opposite Neil Pearson.

She currently lives with husband, fellow actor Ian M. Dunn  in LymingtonHampshire.

From “Notting Hill”



Presentation??? Girls, Acting

Couldnt come up with a better name for the entry, thats all.

Most people knows who Verity Rushworth is so she doesent really NEED a presentation.

But here is the thing. I posted some pictures of her ones upon a time, and a shit load of people are watching them so i wanted to post something “more” on the only girl that can pull off a Yorkshire accent and still make me want to kiss her…..as opposed to the normal headbutt.   😉   *Just kidding*

Btw Windsor – Dingle must be the name combination in the world that covers the biggest social strata ever.

A bit like Caesar – Baldrick.

Both Ireland and Sweden has places called “Dingle”, in both cases total potato peasant land.

Verity Rushworth and Samuel Anderson in Emmerdale

There are three (actually more, but do i even have to mention Dames Judy Dench or Helen Mirren?) English actresses that i simply ADORE both as actresses and because i think they are sexy, beautiful and just….well….adorable (and in one case as nice as she seems, Sinead Matthews actually wrote me once (or replied rather).

This should take some explaining ofcourse (since i´m trying to bloody enjoy a beer).

I am interested in acting

I fancy women.

I do not get starstruck and i do not get impressed by beautiful girls (that is, i do not get all jelly legged and wishes she would talk to me. If we talk we talk).

I DO, however,get impressed with talent. Somebody doing something really well, affecting me.

That goes for any artform (or anything done with passion).

That is, i could play out a love situation, romantic, sexy or whatever it would be, while dancing or acting and not confuse it with me.

That is, if i got a role where i where to kiss Verity Rushworth, i would feel (or aim for, Strassberg you know) what the character fealt kissing her character.

I would not be kissing HER (that would make acting even more unbarable than it can allready be, not that kissing her would be unbarable but it might not be her, or the scene might call for a thousand other personal things) , my character would be kissing her character in the circumstances of the scene.

There would be emotion there, love , passion, lust or whatever the scene called for, but it would be FROM me,they would not BE me.

If however we where to go for a beer after and i kissed her then, that would be personal.

I would be kissing her.

Reason for all this nothingness is simply to explain that i fancy both “professional girl” for her interpretations and her work. Thats one side of me, AND i fancy these three because they are hot ,beautiful and charming, another side of me. Let not one interrupt the noble work of the other.   😉

Sinead Matthews

Sinead Matthews made me (acutely) aware of her when i saw a TV movie called “In love with Barbara “(She played the young Barbara Cartland).

Not until later did i understand that she had already impressed (and charmed) the hell out of me in a movie called “Half broken things”.

She is facinating.


Emma Chambers

Emma Chambers.

I have mainly experienced her as Alice Tinker in “The Vicar of Dibley”.

She (the character) is totally flaky, has the intelligence of a tomato and is totally wonderful.

I fall in love everytime i see it.

I want to see her in more roles (some dramatic).

I can say that Sinead has actually gotten me hooked on theater.

Sinead Matthews in "Women of Troy"

I was mainly interested in acting before a camera since it can pic up things in the way it can (camera, direction, cutting and so on takes on an entety of themselves. This beast can make the slightest movement of your pupil or nostril act for you.).

Even a still picture of Sinead can make me facinated with what you can do with light or…or… dare i say….nothing at all.

How facinating it could be to walk into a room of five people and act to them, perhaps even having the audience walk around you.

Perhaps this is why i have been doing LARP (many a Swedish LARP has the quality of a theater production….exept the actors are the audience and its all, more or less, improviced).

Wait a minute…..isnt this what we call audition???