Emily Blunt was bornon 23 February 1983 in Roehampton, London, United Kingdom, British, American, is Actress. Emily Blunt is a British-American actress whose claims to fame include seminal roles in films like ‘The Devil Wears Prada’, ‘The Girl on the Train, and ‘Edge of Tomorrow’. She used to stammer as a kid but overcame her stammering eventually. An intense avidness for acting during her growing up years saw her landing the part of Juliet in a theatrical adaptation of the legendary Shakespearean tragedy ‘Romeo and Juliet’, at the age of 18. Soon after, she debuted professionally by appearing in ‘The Royal Family’, a drama adapted for the London stage where she starred opposite the celebrated English actress, Dame Judi Dench. The Evening Standard bestowed her with the ‘Best Newcomer’ award for her portrayal of Gwen Cavendish in the play. After appearing in numerous other stage productions, she got her first major break to act in the small screen when she was offered a part in the British TV film ‘Boudica’. She also bagged the role of Catherine Howard in ‘Henry VIII’, a drama movie adapted for the television. Soon after, she made her debut on the big screen with the movie ‘My Summer of Love’. Thereafter, Emily went on to star in numerous movies, TV films and episodes for which she has earned several prestigious awards and nominations.
In 2015, Emily Brunt became a naturalized American citizen
In August 2000, she got an opportunity to demonstrate her acting skills in the Edinburgh Festival where she caught the attention of Kenneth Mcreddie, an actor and agent
Emily Blunt was born on 23 February 1983, in Wandsworth, London, to Oliver Simon Peter Blunt, a barrister, and Joanna, a teacher and one-time actress