Born in Paris France on 15th April, 1990 to English parents Chris Watson and Jacqueline Luesby, Emma Watson knew she wanted to be an actress at the age of six.

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She trained in Oxford branch of Stagecoach Theatre Arts, a theatre school where she studied acting, dancing and singing.

The release of Harry Potter and Philosopher Stone in 2001 was the debut of Emma in cinematic screens.

People referred her performance as admirable; her performance in this film also led to her nomination in five awards, winning Leading Young Actress in a Feature Film and Young Artist Award.

After the release of this successful film, Emma became of the most famous actresses in the world.

She continued to play her roles in Harry potter films for nearly 10 years which saw her receive many nominations and winnings.

In 2015, Emma has starred in Colonia, a film that is based on true events set in Chile in 1973.


In this film, Emma plays as Lena, a flight attendant whose boyfriend, Daniel Bruhl is protesting over Chile president, Salvador Allende.

In the beginning of the film, the two are seen to be in love, they take sexy photos of each other, but Augusto Pinochet stages a coup and Daniel is taken to Colonia Dignidad center to be tortured.

Lena joins the Pinochets cult to try and save him where she is subjected to brutality but eventually manages to whisk him away.

Regression is set in Minnesota in 1990. In this film, Emma plays as Angela Gray, a girl who is abused sexually by the father hence beginning a disturbing tale of daughter and father torn apart and thrown in the center of a conspiracy that shocks the nation.

Bruce kenner, a police detective tries to unravel the mystery behind the crime as both father and daughter have no memory of it but they must try to remember what happened with regression therapy.

2015 is a year for Emma Watson as on 13th March, she appears in vilcar of dibley where she plays as a female vicars alongside Dawn French’s Geraldine, to become Bishop.

Due to her amazing performance, Emma has won a number of awards and besides her acting career, she is a Goodwill Ambassador for the UN, promoting women empowerment and Gender equality.

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