|Relatives||Megan Prescott (twin sister)|
Kathryn Prescott (born 4 June 1991) is an English actress, best known for her roles as Emily Fitch on the E4 teen drama series Skins (2009–2010) and the titular character in the MTV teen drama Finding Carter (2014–2015).
In July 2008, Prescott and twin sister Megan appeared in an episode of soap opera Doctors , playing twin sisters Amy and Charlotte Wilcox in "Dare, Double Dare, Truth".Beginning in early 2009, Prescott played Emily Fitch in series 3, 4 and 7 of Skins, with characters known as the "second generation". Prescott stated on her official website in March 2010 that she had a role in the pilot of Goth. Prescott starred as Carter Stevens/Lyndon Wilson on MTV'S Finding Carter . She then, in 2019 appeared in the movie A Dog's Journey as CJ.
Kathryn was born in Palmers Green, London, England. She is six minutes older than her twin sister, Megan. In providing her "Top Ten Playlist" on the Skins official website, Prescott named Röyksopp, The Cardigans and Metallica as her favourite music.In response to a fan's question on her official website, Prescott revealed that she would prefer to not label herself regarding her sexuality, and "does not think people are defined by their sexuality", suggesting that "it doesn't change who you are as a person". Following another question, she revealed that while she is not "strictly" a vegetarian, she is wary of what meat she consumes.
On 7 September 2021, Prescott was struck by a truck while crossing the street in Brooklyn, and suffered serious injuries, including a fractured pelvis, legs, a foot, and a hand.On 1 October 2021, her sister Megan, revealed Kathryn had been released from hospital and was recovering at home. Prescott's sister was initially denied emergency entry to the United States, due to travel restrictions put in place to combat the spread of COVID-19, despite providing evidence of vaccination and a negative test as well as her sister's medical records, but the decision was ultimately reversed after Prescott went public about the ordeal.
|2014||Insoma||Homeless Girl||Short film|
|2014||Counting Backwards||Kelly||Short film|
|2015||Skeletons||Holly Morgan||Short film|
|2017||Fun Mom Dinner||Zoe|
|2017||To the Bone||Anna|
|2018||Dear You||—||Short film; also director, writer and executive producer|
|2019||A Dog's Journey||Adult CJ|
|2019||Jane||—||Short film; also director, writer and executive producer|
|2008||Doctors||Amy Wilcox||Episode: "Dare, Double Dare, Truth"|
|2009–2010||Skins||Emily Fitch||Main role (seasons 3–4); 16 episodes; season 7 episodes 1-2|
|2012||Casualty||Ruby Beale||Episode: "Duty of Care"|
|2012||Bedlam||Cass||Episode: "Pool of Tears"|
|2013||Being Human||Natasha||Episode: "No Care, All Responsibility"|
|2013||Skins Fire||Emily Fitch||Main role; two-part feature-length episode: "Skins"|
|2014||Reign||Penelope||Recurring role; 4 episodes|
|2014–2015||Finding Carter||Carter Stevens / Lyndon Wilson||Lead role; 36 episodes|
|2015||The Dovekeepers||Aziza||Guest role; 2 episodes|
|2017||24: Legacy||Amira Dudayev||Recurring role; 6 episodes|
|2017–2019||The Son||Young Ingrid||Recurring role|
|2019||Robot Chicken||Various||Voice role; episode: "Hermie Nursery in: Seafood Sensation"|
|2019||Tell Me a Story||Susie||Recurring role|
|2021||The Rookie||Linda Charles / Katerina Antonov||Episode: "Red Hot"|
|2022||New Amsterdam||Vanessa Bloom||Recurring role; 7 episodes|
|2013||"Love Bites"||The Midnight Beast||Zombie Girlfriend|
|2020||Dota Underlords||Anessix||Voice role|
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Emily Fitch is a fictional character in the television series Skins, played by Kathryn Prescott. She is introduced in the third series as the show's "second generation" of characters. Her twin sister Katie is played by Kathryn's real-life twin Megan Prescott.
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