Gemma Arterton was born in January, 1986, in Gravesend, Kent, England. She took up acting as her career.
In the early stages of her career, Gemma worked with theatre companies like Masquerade and Miskin. She acted in the plays "Guiding Star" and "Civitella". In 2004, Gemma Arterton received an award for Best Supporting Actress. This recognition got her a place in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. At the Royal Academy, Gemma acted in plays like An Ideal Husband.
In 2007, she earned a role in the movie "Capturing Mary" opposite Maggie Smith, and in the movie "St. Trinian's". In 2008, she starred in movies like"3 and Out" and "Rock 'n Rolla".
She made headlines when she appeared in "Bond 22" opposite Daniel Craig.
Why is she famous?
Gemma Arterton is famous as the Bond girl of the 2008's Bond movie.
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