Emma Deckers was born on March 26, 1998, in The Netherlands and presently lives in Los Angeles. It is no surprise that Emma comes from an impressive family. She is the daughter of former Dutch professional tennis player Richard Krajicek and Daphne Deckers, a model, author, presenter, and occasional actress. In 1996, her father, Richard Krajicekborn, won the national men’s singles title at Wimbledon. Check out our blog for other actresses we’ve featured.
Emma moved to Hollywood from Holland in January 2017 to study at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She has been in several feature films, including Natural Disasters and Everything As It Should Be, as well as the short film Whose Life Is It Anyway? She appeared as a supporting character in the popular Dutch Instagram series “Good Times, Bad Times” on stage in Los Angeles, she appeared in the Loft Ensemble’s exciting “Trainwreck” and James Baldwin’s gripping “Blues for Mr. Charlie.”
Despite her relatively short acting career, it is clear that she has a natural knack for it and was undoubtedly made for the spotlight. Want to know more about Emma Deckers? Check out her Instagram!