Emelia Burns

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Emelia Burns
Born Emelia Jane Burns
(1982-02-18) 18 February 1982 (age 33)
Brisbane, Australia

Emelia Jane Burns (born 18 February 1982) is an Australian actress, who has had roles in films and television series.


Burns appeared in the 2007 action film The Condemned, written and directed by Scott Wiper. She portrays Yasantwa, a convict on death row. She is imported from Ghana, to compete in an illegal human hunting television show, in which contestants must battle and be the last one left alive in a time period of 30 hours. Burns also appeared in the 2011 horror movie Don't Be Afraid of the Dark.


Burns is well known for her role as Diva, in two seasons of the children's television series The Elephant Princess.[1] She has also appeared on The Starter Wife as Mudawa, Sea Patrol as Zuraya, and on the children's television series H2O: Just Add Water.





  1. ^ "The Elephant Princess – Cast". Jonathan M. Shiff Productions. 

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