Emma Watson, an English actress, model and activist, was born on 15 April, 1990. Her full name is Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson. She was born in Paris and raised in Oxfordshire. She is a familiar face to the young generation for his cuteness and talent.
Her first acting role was the character as Hermione Granger in the film seris of Harry Potter.
Born: 15 April, 1990 in Paris, France.
Occupation: Actress, model, activist.
Years active : 1999- present
Watson went to Dragon School and trained as an actress at the Oxford branch of Stagecoach Theatre Arts. She finished her graduation from Brown University, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford.
Emma started her career from an young age when she was only 9. But she achieved many awards which bring her success in life. She got Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading young actress in 2002. She also achived American Comedy Awards, Teen Choice Awards, British Awards, Women Film Critics Circle Awards, MTV Movie Actress award and so on.
She wins total 24 awards and total nominations number is 71.
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Early life and education –
Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson was born on 15 April, 1990 in Paris, France. When she was young, her parents divorced. She moved to England to live with her mother and spended weekends at her father’s house in London. She attended Dragon School remaining there until 2003. From her age of six, she wanted to become an actress.
She started her journey from 1999 when she was only 9.
Personal life –
She described in 2019 with the self-coined phrase ” self-partnered” that she is single while promoting Noah, She was questioned about her faith and she described her as a spiritual universalist. She is an activist on the issue of violence against women. For that she went as a guest to the 75th Golden Globe Award in 2018.
She was honored by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in 2014, winning British Artist of the year. She was appointed as a UN Women Goodwill ambassador in that same year and helped launch the UN Women campaign HeForShe which advocates for gender equality.