Emrhys Cooper

Emrhys Cooper

actor, producer, director

Emrhys Cooper was born on Feb 14, 1985 in UK. Emrhys Cooper's big-screen debut came with Mamma Mia! directed by Phyllida Lloyd in 2008, strarring Stag. Emrhys Cooper is known for Kushuthara: Pattern of Love directed by Karma Deki, Karma Chedon stars as Metho Lhazey and Emrhys Cooper as Charlie. Emrhys Cooper has got 11 awards and 1 nominations so far. The most recent award Emrhys Cooper achieved is Banaras Film Festival. The upcoming new movie Emrhys Cooper plays is The Shuroo Process which will be released on Nov 24, 2021.

A native of Devon, England, Emrhys Cooper is an award-winning director, writer, producer and actor based in Los Angeles. He has enjoyed on-screen success in Person of Interest, Desperate Housewives, CSI: NY and the film Mamma Mia! He soon ventured into the world of production, which included such accomplishments as the romantic comedy Walk a Mile in My Pradas (Amazon Prime Video) and the dramedy Til We Meet Again (Netflix/Amazon Prime Video). In 2017, Cooper starred in and spearheaded the most widely-released Bhutanese film of all time, Kushuthara: Pattern of Love. Early 2018 marked Cooper's directorial debut with the critically acclaimed LGBT short film, Trophy Boy [Cannes Film Festival Official Selection 2018], which is in development as a television series. Cooper now serves as a writer, producer, director and actor on The Shuroo Process, executive produced by Zachary Quinto and starring Rainey Qualley, Tommy Dorfman and Fiona Dourif, which is set to hit the 2021 festival circuit. As President of his newly founded independent entertainment company, Idyllwild Pictures, Emrhys aims to explore the unexplored in the film industry by directing and producing films that focus on thought provoking topics in today's society. Up next, he'll be seen in Gravitas Ventures' dark comedy Paint, as well as Samuel Goldwyn's recently announced horror thriller, Dreamcatcher.

  • Birthday

    Feb 14, 1985
  • Place of Birth

    Totnes, Devon, England, UK

Known For


11 wins & 1 nominations

Banaras Film Festival
Best International Feature Film
Winner - Jury Prize
Best Director
Winner - Jury Prize
Big Apple Film Festival and Screenplay Competition
Best Feature Film
Winner - Festival Prize
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