Emma Wray is an English former actress. She attended the Merseyside Council funded "Glenda Jackson Theatre" whilst still at Park High School, Birkenhead, and went on to study Theatre Arts at Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama from 1983–86, and was given her first leading TV role two months after receiving her BA.
She is best known for starring as 'Brenda Wilson' in the Granada Television sitcom Watching between 1987 and 1993, for which she also sang the theme tune What Does He See In Me? She also played a major role in Yorkshire Television's Stay Lucky.
After several years away from television, she returned to primetime TV in 1996 with the lead role in the drama comedy True Love, co-starring Philip Glenister, and created by Men Behaving Badly writer Simon Nye. Nye adapted the drama into a series My Wonderful Life, that co-starred Elizabeth Berrington andTony Robinson, which ran for three seasons from 1996 to 1999.