Emma Harrison is an actress. She was born in Christchurch, New Zealand, and raised in Australia.
Harrison started modelling at the age of 15, when she was spotted in the audience of a beauty contest and was signed by a local modelling agency. She started her television career with commercials, including Palmolive, and KFC.
After she was signed, she spent the next two years working with Impulse and Coca-Cola. She also served as a feature model for many hair and beauty lines. Harrison also appeared in many pop culture magazines, eventually making appearances for many designers, including Donna Karan.
Harrison was discovered by the casting director of the popular TV series "Neighbours" and the team behind the show decided to write her into the program as part of the starring cast. In her part as Joanna Hartman she was nominated for Best New Talent at the Logie Awards.
Emma travelled to England where she was already known, thanks to Neighbours. While in the UK, she hosted two television programmes, appeared on the covers of many magazines such as FHM, Loaded, Maxim, Ralph and Inside Sport and was selected as a presenter for the BAFTA Awards. Emma also appeared in the Australian Playboy as well as recording a celebrity special for Playboy TV in an effort to distance herself from her Neighbours good-girl image.
She has appeared in commercials for Budweiser, Taco Bell, Subway, ABC Sports and TNT and has had appearances on "Ally McBeal" and "Just Shoot Me".
Harrison has had two roles in her feature film career. She was in the Coen Brothers' Intolerable Cruelty and in Robert Altman's The Company.
She was ranked #18 of FHM's 100 sexiest women of 1998, named one of the 100 sexiest sports models of 2003 by Inside Sport Magazine, and chosen by Australian Playboy as one of the 10 sexiest women in the world.
In 2004 Harrison appeared in eight installments of E!'s Style Network's "Style Court" and she also appeared in a reality show called "Butler Bootcamp".
In 2006 she appeared in "Take Home Chef" with Curtis Stone on The Learning Channel. In 2007 she appeared in an episode role as Susan in McLeod's Daughters.
She currently resides in Los Angeles and Burleigh Heads, Queensland, Australia.
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