Emma Watson

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Si Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson (natawo 15 Abril 1990) [1] usa ka artista, modelo ug aktibista sa Ingles. Natawo sa Paris ug nagdako sa Oxfordshire, si Watson nag-eskwela sa Dragon School ug nagbansay isip usa ka artista sa sanga sa Stagecoach Theatre sa Oxford . Ingon usa ka bata, nabantog siya sa iyang una nga propesyonal nga papel sa paglihok ingon Hermione Granger sa serye sa pelikula nga Harry Potter, nga ning-agi sa mga dula sa eskuylahan kaniadto.

Nagpakita usab si Watson sa 2007 nga pagpahiangay sa telebisyon sa nobela nga Ballet nga Sapatos ug gipahungaw ang iyang tingog sa The Tale of Despereaux (2008). Pagkahuman sa katapusan nga pelikula nga Harry Potter, mikuha siya sa pag-starring ug pagsuporta sa mga papel sa My Week with Marilyn (2011), The Perks of being a Wallflower (2012) ug The Bling Ring (2013), naghimo og us aka dagway ingon usa ka pinalabi nga bersyon sa iyang kaugalingon sa Kini ang Katapusan (2013), ug gihulagway ang titular character nga anak nga babaye sa Noah (2014). Nagpadayon siya sa bitoon ingon nga Belle sa musikal nga romantikong pantasya nga Beauty and the Beast (2017) ug Meg March sa umaabot nga pelikula nga Little Women (2019), nga ang ulahi nga napili para sa Academy Award alang sa Pinakamaayong Larawan . Ang uban pa niya nga mga tahas sa pelikula naglakip sa Regression (2015), Colonia (2015), ug The Circle (2017).

Gikan sa 2011 hangtod sa 2014, gibahin ni Watson ang iyang oras sa pagtrabaho sa mga pelikula ug pagpadayon sa iyang edukasyon, nagtuon sa Brown University ug Worcester College, Oxford, ug migradwar gikan sa Brown nga adunay usa ka bachelor's degree sa English literatura kaniadtong Mayo 2014. Ang iyang buhat sa pagmodelo naglakip sa mga kampanya alang sa Burberry ug Lancôme . Gipahulaman usab niya ang iyang ngalan sa usa ka linya sa sinina sa People Tree. Siya gipasidungog sa British Academy of Film and Television Arts kaniadtong 2014, nga nakadaog sa British Artist of the Year. Nianang tuiga usab, natudlo siya isip usa ka embahador sa UN Women Goodwill ug mitabang sa paglansad sa kampanya sa UN Women He HeSShe, nga nag-awhag sa tanan nga mga lalaki nga magtrabaho ngadto sa pagkakapareho sa gender .


Sayo nga kinabuhi ug edukasyon[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Si Watson natawo sa Paris, France, ang anak nga babaye sa mga abogado sa Ingles nga si Jacqueline Luesby ug Chris Watson. [2] [3] [4] Si Watson nagpuyo sa Maisons-Laffitte duol sa Paris hangtod siya lima anyos. Nagbulag ang iyang mga ginikanan sa bata pa siya, ug si Watson mibalhin sa England aron magpuyo uban sa iyang inahan sa Oxfordshire samtang naggugol sa mga hinapos sa semana sa balay sa iyang amahan sa London. [2] [5] Gisulti ni Watson nga nagsulti siya sa pipila nga Pranses, bisan kung "dili ingon usab" sama sa iyang naandan. [6] Human sa pagbalhin sa Oxford kauban ang iyang inahan ug igsoon nga lalaki, nag-eskwela siya sa Dragon School, nagpabilin didto hangtod sa 2003. [2] Gikan sa edad nga unom, gusto niya nga mahimong usa ka artista, [7] ug gibansay sa sanga sa Stagecoach Theatre sa Oxford, usa ka part-time nga eskuylahan sa teatro diin siya nagtuon sa pag-awit, pagsayaw, ug paglihok. [8]

Sa edad nga 10, si Watson nag-perform sa Stagecoach productions ug mga dula sa eskuylahan lakip si Arthur: The Young Year ug The Happy Prince, [9] apan wala pa siya nagtrabaho sa wala pa ang serye sa Harry Potter . Pagkahuman sa Dragon School, si Watson mibalhin sa Headington School, Oxford. [10] Samtang sa mga salida sa pelikula, siya ug ang iyang mga kaedad gitudloan hangtod sa lima ka oras sa usa ka adlaw. [11] Niadtong Hunyo 2006, mikuha siya sa eksaminasyon sa eskuylahan sa GCSE sa 10 nga mga hilisgutan, nga nakakab-ot sa walo ka A * ug duha nga marka sa A. Niadtong Mayo 2007, nakakuha siya og lebel sa AS sa English, Geography, Art, ug History of Art. Pagkasunod tuig, gihulog niya ang History of Art aron ipadayon ang tulo nga lebel sa A, nakadawat usa ka grado sa A sa matag hilisgutan. [10] [12] [13]

Si Watson mikuha sa usa ka gintang sa tuig pagkahuman sa pagbiya sa high school, [14] sa pag-film sa Harry Potter ug sa Deathly Hallows nga nagsugod kaniadtong Pebrero 2009, [15] apan giingon nga gusto niya nga ipadayon ang iyang pagtuon [16] ug sa ulahi nakumpirma nga gipili niya ang Brown University sa Providence, Rhode Island . [17] Niadtong Marso 2011, pagkahuman sa 18 ka bulan sa unibersidad, gipahibalo ni Watson nga gipaundang niya ang iyang kurso alang sa "usa ka semestre o duha", [18] bisan kung siya nag-eskwela sa Worcester College, Oxford sa panahon sa ika-6 nga tuig sa akademikong tuig ingon usa ka Visiting Student Program . [19] [20]

Giingon ni Watson kay Ellen DeGeneres sa wala pa ang pagtapos nga lima ka tuig ang nahuman imbis upat tungod kay tungod sa iyang akting nga aksyon, siya "natapos nga gikuha ang duha nga hingpit nga semestre". [21] Sa 25 Mayo 2014, siya migradwar sa Brown University nga adunay usa ka bachelor's degree sa English literatura. [22] Niadtong 2013, nahimo siyang sertipikado nga magtudlo sa yoga ug pagpamalandong. Isip bahin sa kini nga sertipikasyon, nagtambong siya sa usa ka semana nga kurso sa pagpamalandong sa usa ka pasilidad sa Canada, diin ang mga residente dili gitugotan sa pagsulti, aron "mahibal-an kung giunsa ang pagpuyo sa balay sa akong kaugalingon". [23] [24] Gisultihan niya si Elle Australia nga ang usa ka dili sigurado nga umaabut nagpasabut sa pagpangita "usa ka paagi aron kanunay nga mobati nga luwas ug sa balay sa akong kaugalingon. Tungod kay dili gyud ako makasalig sa usa ka pisikal nga lugar. " [25]

Personal nga kinabuhi[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Usa si Watson, nga iyang gihulagway sa 2019 nga adunay kaugalingon nga pungpong sa kaugalingon nga pulong nga "self-partnered". [26] [27] Samtang nagtrabaho sa pelikula nga Noah, si Watson gipangutana bahin sa iyang hugot nga pagtuo, ug gihulagway niya ang iyang kaugalingon ingon usa ka espiritwal nga Universalist . [28]

Si Marai Larasi, usa ka aktibista sa isyu sa pagpanlupig batok sa mga babaye, mao ang iyang bisita sa ika-75 nga Golden Globe Awards sa 2018. [29]

Filmograpiya[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Pelikula[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Tuig Titulo Papel Mubo nga mga sulat
2001 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone Hermione Granger Also known as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
2002 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Hermione Granger
2004 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Hermione Granger
2005 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Hermione Granger
2007 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Hermione Granger
2008 The Tale of Despereaux Princess Pea Voice
2009 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Hermione Granger
2010 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 Hermione Granger
2011 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 Hermione Granger
2011 My Week with Marilyn Lucy
2012 The Perks of Being a Wallflower Sam
2013 The Bling Ring Nicki Moore
2013 This Is the End Herself
2014 Noah Ila
2015 Colonia Lena
2015 Regression Angela Gray
2017 Beauty and the Beast Belle
2017 The Circle Mae Holland
2019 Little Women Margaret "Meg" March

Telebisyon[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Tuig Titulo Papel Notes
2007 Ballet Shoes Pauline Fossil Television film
2015 The Vicar of Dibley Reverend Iris Episode: "The Bishop of Dibley"

Mga video sa musika[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Tuig Titulo Papel Performer(s)
2010 "Say You Don't Want It" Lady One Night Only

Mga gawad ug nominasyon[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Tuig Organisation Gawad Work Result Ref
2002 Saturn Award Best Young Actor Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone Nominado [30]
Empire Awards Best Debut (shared with Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint) Nominado [31]
Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress Midaog [32]
Best Ensemble in a Feature Film (shared with Rupert Grint and Tom Felton) Nominado
2005 Critics' Choice Movie Awards Best Young Actress Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Nominado [33]
2006 Best Young Actress Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Nominado
Australian Kids' Choice Awards Favourite Female Movie Star Nominado [34]
MTV Movie Awards Best On-Screen Team Nominado [35]
2007 National Movie Awards Best Performance by a Female Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Midaog [36]
2008 Empire Awards Best Actress Nominado [37]
2010 People's Choice Awards Favorite On-Screen Team Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Nominado [38]
MTV Movie Awards Best Female Performance Nominado [39]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: Fantasy Nominado [40]
2011 Capri Art Film Festival Awards Best Ensemble Cast Award My Week with Marilyn Midaog [41]
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actress Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 Nominado [42]
People's Choice Awards Favorite Movie Star (Under 25) Nominado [43]
Empire Awards Best Actress Nominado [44]
National Movie Awards Performance of the Year Nominado [45]
MTV Movie Awards Best Female Performance Nominado [46]
Best Kiss (shared with Daniel Radcliffe) Nominado
Best Fight (shared with Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Arben Bajraktaraj and Rod Hunt) Nominado
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Actress Sci-Fi/Fantasy Midaog [47]
Choice Movie: Liplock (shared with Daniel Radcliffe) Midaog
Choice Summer Movie: Female Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 Midaog
2012 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actress Nominado [48]
People's Choice Awards Favorite Ensemble Movie Cast Midaog [49]
Favorite Movie Star (Under 25) Nominado
Saturn Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominado [50]
MTV Movie Awards Best Female Performance Nominado [51]
Best Kiss (shared with Rupert Grint) Nominado
Best Cast (shared with Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Tom Felton) Midaog
Capri, Hollywood International Film Festival Capri Ensemble Cast Award My Week with Marilyn Midaog [52]
San Diego Film Critics Society Awards Best Supporting Actress The Perks of Being a Wallflower Midaog [53]
Best Ensemble Performance Midaog
Boston Society of Film Critics Best Supporting Actress Runner-up [54]
St. Louis Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Nominado [55]
2013 People's Choice Awards Favourite Drama Movie Actress Midaog [56]
MTV Movie Awards Best Female Performance Nominado [57]
Best Kiss (shared with Logan Lerman) Nominado
Best Musical Moment (shared with Logan Lerman and Ezra Miller) Nominado
MTV Trailblazer Award Midaog
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: Drama Midaog [58]
Choice Movie: Liplock (shared with Logan Lerman) Nominado
Choice Style Icon N/A Nominado
2014 People's Choice Awards Favorite Comedic Movie Actress This Is the End Nominado [59]
American Comedy Awards Comedy Supporting Actress – Film Nominado [60]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: Drama Noah Nominado [61]
Britannia Awards British Artist of the Year N/A Midaog [62]
British Fashion Awards Best British Style N/A Midaog [63]
2016 Women Film Critics Circle Awards Acting and Activism Award N/A Midaog [64]
Best Female Action Hero Colonia Nominado
2017 Jupiter Awards Best International Actress Nominado [65]
MTV Movie & TV Awards Best Performance in a Movie Beauty and the Beast Midaog [66]
Best Kiss (shared with Dan Stevens) Nominado
Teen Choice Awards Choice Fantasy Movie Actress Midaog [67]
Choice Movie Ship (shared with Dan Stevens) Midaog
Choice Liplock (shared with Dan Stevens) Midaog
Choice Drama Movie Actress The Circle Midaog
2018 Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Actress Nominado [68]
Empire Awards Best Actress Beauty and the Beast Nominado [69]
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actress Nominado [70]
Saturn Awards Best Actress Nominado [71]
People's Choice Awards Style Star of 2018 N/A Nominado [72]
2019 Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Ensemble Little Women Nominado [73]
Boston Society of Film Critics Best Ensemble Cast Midaog [74][75]
Florida Film Critics Circle Best Ensemble Midaog [76][77]
Seattle Film Critics Society Best Ensemble Nominado [78]
Chicago Indie Critic Awards Best Ensemble Nominado [79]
2020 Austin Film Critics Association Best Ensemble Nominado [80][81]
AARP's Movies for Grownups Awards Best Ensemble Nominado [82]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards Best Acting Ensemble Nominado [83]
Georgia Film Critics Association Best Ensemble Midaog [84]

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