For struggling multi-taskers, it’s a feat just to walk and chew gum at the same time, but sexy Emer Kenny can do that and more! Chalk it up to her Welsh and Irish heritage since the brainy beauty can act and write. She began performing by stripping down in Julie Anne Robinson’s televised drama Coming Down the Mountain (2007). As a trampy teenage temptress, the British beauty reveals her left peak and pierced poky! After attending North London Collegiate School in Edgware, the alluring ingenue scored a role on the BBC improvisational show Freefall, and made her film debut in Phil Claydon’s horror comedy Lesbian Vampire Killers (both in 2009). By 2010, the La-La-Londoner was cast as Zsa Zsa Carter in the soap opera EastEnders and its spinoff series EastEnders: E20. Yet her stint as a screenwriter for both of the programs spanned longer—from 2010 to 2014. In the meantime, the busy babe appeared on other boob-tube offerings, including the dramedies Pramface and the suggestively titled Beaver Falls. After starring in the short-lived BBC Three sitcom Badults, the always-appealing Emer earned the role of Penelope “Bunty” Windermere on BBC One’s detective period piece Father Brown. She joined the show in season five and, as of season eight, is still a main castmember. Just as prolific behind the scenes as she is on camera, the pretty powerhouse has penned episodes for the costume drama Harlots and the British serial Save Me. Who knows what’s next for this jiggly brunette who juggles between writing and acting.