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She is a heroine; she is rarely defeated in fights and is capable of rescuing Steed if he is in trouble. She is a master of martial arts and a formidable fencer. A certified genius, she specializes in chemistry and other sciences. She is often seen in episodes engaging in artistic hobbies and had success in industry at the helm of the company of her late father, Sir John Knight. Her husband, Peter Peel, was a pilot whose plane disappeared over the Amazonian forest. He was presumed dead for many years, and Peel went on to work with Steed. She drove a convertible Lotus Elan at high speeds, and convincingly portrayed any series of undercover roles, from nurse to nanny. Her favourite guise was that of a women's magazine reporter, trying to interview big business tycoons and rich playboys.
 
 
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Revision as of 01:25, 18 May 2018

Emma Peel.jpg
Emma Peel
Gender Female
Height 5'-8½"
Nationality English
Occupation Unofficial undercover operative
Active duty 1965-1967
Series information
First appearance The Town of No Return
Last appearance The Forget-Me-Not
Portrayed by Diana Rigg (series)
Uma Thurman (film)

Emma Peel (neé Knight), is the daughter of an industrialist, Sir John Knight, and was an unofficial undercover operative who worked alongside John Steed from 1965 to 1967 until her husband Peter Peel surprisingly reappeared.

Biography

She is a heroine; she is rarely defeated in fights and is capable of rescuing Steed if he is in trouble. She is a master of martial arts and a formidable fencer. A certified genius, she specializes in chemistry and other sciences. She is often seen in episodes engaging in artistic hobbies and had success in industry at the helm of the company of her late father, Sir John Knight. Her husband, Peter Peel, was a pilot whose plane disappeared over the Amazonian forest. He was presumed dead for many years, and Peel went on to work with Steed. She drove a convertible Lotus Elan at high speeds, and convincingly portrayed any series of undercover roles, from nurse to nanny. Her favourite guise was that of a women's magazine reporter, trying to interview big business tycoons and rich playboys.