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Gemma Arterton Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016
Gemma Christina Arterton was born on 2 February 1986, in Gravesend, Kent, United Kingdom, to Sally-Anne, a cleaner, and Barry Arterton, a welder, of part German-Jewish descent. She is an English actress, probably best known for her roles in the films “Quantum of Solace”, “Clash of the Titans”, “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time”, “Byzantium” and “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters”.
So just how rich is Gemma Arterton now? Sources state that Arterton has acquired a net worth over $13 million, as of late 2016, largely earned during her acting career of almost 10 years.
Gemma Arterton Net Worth $13 Million Dollars
Arterton grew up in Kent, along with her sister Hannah, also an actress. She attended Kent’s Gravesend Grammar School for Girls, being active in the school’s stage productions, winning the best actress award for her role in an amateur production of “The Boy Who Fell into a Book”. She eventually dropped out of school to enroll in the Miskin Theatre at North West Kent College in Dartford, after which she attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art(RADA), graduating in 2008, during which period Arterton landed a role in the BBC television drama “Capturing Mary”, followed by a part in Shakespeare’s play “Love’s Labour’s Lost”. She soon made her film debut, with the role of Head Girl Kelly in the 2007 comedy “St Trinian’s”. Her net worth was established.
The following year Arterton was cast in the James Bond film “Quantum of Solace”, playing Bond Girl Strawberry Fields, her breakthrough role which won her an Empire Award as Best Newcomer. This enabled her to become the face of Avon’s Bond Girl 007 fragrance. She went on to take the lead role of Tess Durbeyfield in the adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s book “Tess of the d’Urbervilles” on BBC, and then portrayed Elizabeth Bennet in the ITV serial “Lost in Austen”. Her net worth started to rise.
The year 2009 saw Arterton in the neo-noir thriller “The Disappearance of Alice Creed”, playing the controversial title role and being kidnapped and abused in graphic nude scenes. The following year she appeared in the West End comedy play “The Little Dog Laughed”. Shortly after, she played Io in the fantasy adventure film “Clash of the Titans” and Princess Tamina in the action fantasy “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time”, which significantly contributed to her status in the acting world, and to her wealth as well. She also starred in the title role in the comedy “Tamara Drewe” and in a production of Ibsen’s “The Master Builder” play in 2010.
Opportunities continued to come her way. In 2012 the actress starred as Clara in the horror fantasy film “Byzantium”, and took the lead role of Gretel in the 2013 dark fantasy comedy film “Hansel & Gretel Witch Hunters”, reinforcing her Hollywood status and improving her wealth. In 2014, she played Fiona in the psychological thriller “The Voices” and starred as Gemma Bovery in the same-titled comedy-drama film.
Arterton’s most recent big screen appearances were in the 2016 films “Their Finest”, “The History of Love” and “The Girl with All the Gifts”. The same year she started a run with the title role in the Shakespeare’s Globe transfer of “Nell Gwynn” in London’s West End. She is currently involved in filming the animated television mini-series “Watership Down”, to be released in 2017.
Speaking about her private life, Arterton married Italian businessman Stefano Catelli in 2010, but the couple separated in 2013 and divorced in 2015. As of 2014, she is in a relationship with French film assistant Franklin Ohanessian, with whom she had worked in the films “The Voices” and “Gemma Bovery”.
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|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|2014||The Barbara Tipple Award||TheWIFTS Foundation International Visionary Awards||Best Actress|
|2009||Empire Award||Empire Awards, UK||Best Newcomer|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|2016||British Independent Film Award||British Independent Film Awards||Best Supporting Actress||The Girl with All the Gifts (2016)|
|2011||Rising Star Award||BAFTA Awards|
|2010||Scream Award||Scream Awards||Breakout Performance - Female||Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2010)|
|2010||Teen Choice Award||Teen Choice Awards||Choice Movie: Breakout Female||Clash of the Titans (2010)|
|2010||Teen Choice Award||Teen Choice Awards||Choice Movie Actress: Fantasy||Clash of the Titans (2010)|
|2009||Broadcasting Press Guild Award||Broadcasting Press Guild Awards||Best Actress||Tess of the D'Urbervilles (2008)|
|2008||Empire Award||Empire Awards, UK||Best Newcomer||St. Trinian's (2007)|
|2008||National Movie Award||National Movie Awards, UK||Best Performance - Female||St. Trinian's (2007)|
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|1||As of 2016, all of her films have flopped at the box office.|
|2||Stated that Gemma Bovery is the character who is more close to how she is in real life.|
|3||Stated that she won't have kids before she wins an Oscar.|
|4||Has been in a relationship with French assistant director Franklin Ohanessian since 2013, having met him on the set of The Voices (2014), in April 2013. They worked together again on Gemma Bovery (2014), her first film in France.|
|5||Her stage credits include the title role in Nell Gwynn (Apollo Theatre, 2016), Rita in Made in Dagenham (Adelphi Theatre, 2015), the title role in The Duchess of Malfi (Shakespeare's Globe, 2014), Ellen in The Little Dog Laughed (Garrick, 2010), Hilde Wangel in The Master Builder (Almeida, 2010) and Rosaline in Love's Labour's Lost (Shakespeare's Globe, 2007).|
|6||Played the title role in two film adaptations of Posy Simmonds' graphic novels: Tamara Drewe (2010) (a modern re-imagining of Thomas Hardy's Far From the Madding Crowd) and Gemma Bovery (2014) (a modern re-imagining of Gustave Flaubert's Madame Bovary).|
|7||Lost to Hayley Atwell for the role of Peggy Carter in Captain America: The First Avenger (2011).|
|8||Was considered for Maya Hansen in Iron Man Three (2013).|
|9||Learned French while shooting Gemma Bovery.|
|10||She is a big fan of Kate Bush. She went to the first night of her comeback series of concerts at the Hammersmith Apollo in 2014, then was interviewed about it on Newsnight (1980).|
|11||In early 2013 she separated from Stefano Catelli, her husband of two years and later divorced.|
|12||Gemma's matrilineal great-grandmother, born Jean Specterman, was Jewish (of Polish Jewish descent). The rest of Gemma's ancestry is English, with more distant German and Scottish.|
|13||Was born with an extra finger on each hand, a benign condition known as polydactyly, and had the extra digits removed as an infant. The scars from the surgery are virtually unnoticeable today.|
|14||A lifelong fan of karaoke, Gemma once worked as a singer in a south London 'gangster bar' where she was frequently instructed to sing "My Heart Will Go On" whenever things got out of hand with the rowdy patrons.|
|15||Auditioned for the role of Selina Kyle/Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises (2012), but Anne Hathaway was cast instead.|
|16||Married Stefano Catelli in a secret hilltop ceremony in the village of Zuheros in Spain before family and close friends. Arterton wore a cream-colored gown and held a bouquet of white roses (6 June 2010). The photos of her wedding were published by British newspaper Daily Mail.|
|17||Beat Sienna Miller to the role of Kelly Jones in St. Trinian's (2007).|
|18||Was in consideration for the role of Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady after Keira Knightley dropped out of the project, but Carey Mulligan was cast instead.|
|19||Her grandmother Helen Sarfas (b. 1939) was tragically killed at her home in Kent after being stabbed in the chest with a knife (8 January 2010).|
|20||Was in a relationship with Spanish stuntman Eduardo Ivan Munoz, having met him on the set of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2010). [June 2008]|
|21||Announced her engagement to Italian businessman Stefano Catelli, who works for a British fashion marketing company, having been in a relationship with him since March 2009. [July 2009]|
|22||Her parents are Barry J. Arterton, a welder, and Sally-Ann Heap, a cleaner.|
|23||During her time as a student at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London she worked as a make-up salesgirl.|
|24||(2007-2008) Had an 18-month relationship with British animator John Nolan.They met on the set of Quantum of Solace (2008) and lived together in London.|
|25||Replaced Natalie Portman as Catherine Earnshaw in Wuthering Heights (2011), but later dropped out of the project. Kaya Scodelario was then cast instead.|
|26||Was in consideration for the role of Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow in Iron Man 2 (2010) after Emily Blunt dropped out of the project, but Scarlett Johansson was cast instead.|
|27||Clash of the Titans (1981) was one of her childhood favorites, and even though the script was very different from the original, she was eager to star in the remake.|
|28||The first scene she shot for Quantum of Solace (2008) was the love scene with Daniel Craig.|
|29||Beat out 1500 other actresses for her role in Quantum of Solace (2008).|
|30||Were filming her last scene for A Deal Is a Deal (2008) when she was told, she had won the part in Quantum of Solace (2008).|
|31||Featured in Empire Magazine's "The Hot List" as one of the biggest upcoming stars in the 2010's. Other people on the list were Channing Tatum, Zoe Saldana, Marion Cotillard, Mia Wasikowska and Clash of the Titans (2010) co-star Sam Worthington.|
|32||She has a younger sister Hannah Arterton (b. 1989).|
|33||Raised by a single mother.|
|34||Graduated from RADA in 2007.|
|1||[on her skincare routine] I really have to make myself take off my make-up. I really hate doing that, and brushing my teeth! At the end of the day, when you decide you're ready to go to bed, it's yet another thing to do...|
|2||Sometimes it's hard to make action and adventure movies real, because obviously you have limitations with the writing. In Clash of the Titans (2010), I have this line: "I imagine you are sympathetic to this plight." I walked around [on set] going: "Are *you* sympathetic to the plight...?" [laughs] You have to work yourself up to it, a bit like Shakespeare - you really have to *believe* your character says that. In The Disappearance of Alice Creed (2009) I'm shouting, "F*** off, you c***!" a lot. It was nice. I can imagine myself saying that more!|
|3||In comparison to many actresses I think I'm really average - when I got the Bond film Quantum of Solace (2008) there was this big hoo-ha about me not being hot enough, I have to say I agree - I don't think I'm in that realm.|
|4||[on pressure from studio executives on Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2010)] They sent me to a personal trainer, wanted to get my teeth done, hair extensions, make me look like somebody else. And that's fine I had the tan, I had the hair, I went to the gym. I became the thing they wanted me to be for the part. But I don't agree with what they think is beautiful because it's not me. Unless you're really famous and successful then they're going to bully you into going to the gym. It's a side of the industry that I find uncomfortable.|
|5||I'd really like the type of career Rachel Weisz has. I have a lot of respect for her: brilliant, intelligent, a witty sort of woman... You know, she'll do a rom-com - not that I ever want to do a rom-com - but then she'll go off and do The Constant Gardener (2005), have a family, and live a quite normal life, it seems. I respect that.|
|6||On one of the  movies, I'd just done this big comedy scene, and all they said was, 'You need to work on your arms!' Hey, when you've had 12 fingers, everything else looks OK from here. And I said, 'But what about the acting?' And they said, 'Don't worry about the acting, worry about your arms!' I just wanted to say, 'Screw you all! I'd rather do a play!'|
|7||When you put yourself in these huge popcorn movies you get out there, in the public arena, more than anyone else. But that also means that you're out there to be criticised more than anyone else. With Keira Knightley, she's brave to do her play. Because, for some reason, if you're successful in Britain, people tend not to like you. But if you're a successful woman, and beautiful, in Britain, you're even more disliked.|
|8||On making The Disappearance of Alice Creed (2009): I wanted something that was getting down and dirty, and really not about how you look. I wanted to be, like, f***ing hair and make-up everywhere, just not giving a f***! And yes, I get tied up, beaten, and there's nudity. All the things that made people go, 'You should not do this!' But I put my foot down.|
|9||As soon as I say, 'I can't go out in that dress, I've already worn it before!' my dad will say, 'Listen to yourself! Stop being stupid!'|
|10||[on the set of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2010)]: When [director Mike Newell] first met me for the film he said, 'Oh dear. Can't you do posh?' I thought, 'I can't believe he's asked me that!' So I said (firmly, through gritted teeth), 'Of course I can, I went to the Royal Academy of Dramatic F***ing Art!'|
|11||The minute anyone says, 'Oh my God! You're so amazing!' I just have to go, 'Shut up! Please!' I am normal. I have just one rule - don't believe the hype!|
|1||Her unique speaking voice|