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Gemma Christina Arterton (born 2 February 1986) is an English actress and producer. After her stage debut in Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost at the Globe Theatre (2007), Arterton made her feature film debut in the comedy St Trinian’s (2007). She portrayed Bond Girl Strawberry Fields in the James Bond film Quantum of Solace (2008), a performance which won her an Empire Award for Best Newcomer.

Arterton has since appeared in a number of films, including The Disappearance of Alice Creed (2009), Tamara Drewe (2010), Clash of the Titans (2010), Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2010), Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013), Their Finest (2016), The Escape (2017), and Vita and Virginia (2018). She received the Harper’s Bazaar Woman of the Year Award for acting in and producing The Escape. Her theatrical highlights have included starring in The Duchess of Malfi (2014), Made in Dagenham (2014), Nell Gwynn (2016) and Saint Joan (2017). Arterton was nominated for Olivier Awards for her work on both Nell Gwynn and Made in Dagenham, and she won the Evening Standard Theatre Award for the latter.

Since 2016, Arterton has run her own production company, Rebel Park Productions, which focuses on creating female-led content in front of and behind the camera. She has executive-produced four feature films and two short films.[4] She is also on record[5] as being a supporter of the Time’s Up, ERA 50:50 and MeToo movements. Arterton played an integral role in persuading actresses to wear black at the 2018 BAFTAs in support of Time’sUp,[6] and has been involved with ERA 50:50, an equal pay campaign in the UK, since its inception

Early life and Education

Arterton was born at North Kent Hospital in Gravesend with polydactyly, a condition resulting in extra fingers which a doctor removed shortly after her birth. Her mother, Sally-Anne Heap, runs a cleaning business, and her father, Barry J. Arterton, is a welder. They divorced during Arterton’s early childhood, and she grew up on a council estate with her mother and younger sister, Hannah Arterton, who is also an actress.[11] Her matrilineal great-grandmother was a German-Jewish concert violinist.

LONDON, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 05: Gemma Arterton attends the Sky Women In Film and TV Awards at London Hilton on December 5, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Mike Marsland/WireImage)

Arterton attended Gravesend Grammar School for Girls, a state grammar school in Kent (now Mayfield Grammar School) and made her amateur stage debut in a production of Alan Ayckbourn‘s The Boy Who Fell into a Book. Her performance won her the best actress prize in a competition at a local festival.

At age 16, Arterton left Gravesend Grammar School to attend acting college at the Miskin Theatre at North Kent College in Dartford. She later studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), graduating in 2008.

Personal life

Arterton met production assistant John Nolan on the set of Quantum of Solace and they lived together in London. In 2008, she had a relationship with the Spanish stuntman Eduardo Muñoz, whom she met on the set of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. They lived together in a London flat, but they split up after six months.

Arterton married Stefano Catelli in 2010;[66] however, they separated in 2013, and, in August 2015, their divorce was finalised “by consent” at the Central Family Court in High Holborn. Arterton said she “never really believed in exchanging vows” and that she was not sure she would “want to walk down the aisle again”. In 2013, Arterton stated that she wanted to wait until she has accomplished something in the acting world before having children.

In 2019, she married actor Rory Keenan.

On 4 November 2022, she confirmed that she was expecting her first child with Keenan. Their son was born in December.

Gemma Arterton Profile, Age, Height, Weight, Affairs, Biography & More

Gemma Arterton Biodata and Biography
NameGemma Christina Arterton
Nick-nameGemma Arterton, Gem
Date Of Birth2 February 1986
Age37 Years (as in 2022)
Profession / OccupationActress, Activist and Film Producer
Mother TongueEnglish
ReligionAnglican / Episcopalian
Zodiac SignAquarius
Height / Weight5’7″ / 68 kg
First MovieSt Trinian’s (2007)
DebutFilm: St Trinian’s (2007)
A Turtle’s Tale: Sammy’s Adventures
Money Factor$ 13 million/film (USD)
Gemma Arterton Family and Relatives
FatherBarry Arterton (Welder)
MotherSally-Anne Heap (Cleaner)
SistersHannah Jane Arterton (Actress)
Marital StatusMarried
HusbandStefano Catelli (m. 2010; div. 2015)​
Rory Keenan ​(m. 2019)
SonsName not known
Boyfriends/ AffairsEduardo Munoz (2008)
Stefano Catelli (2009-2013)
Franklin Ohanessian (2014-2016)
Rory Keenan (2017-Present)
Gemma Arterton Height, Weight and Body Measurements
Height in Centimeters170cm
Height in Meters1.70 m
Height in Feet Inches5’7″
Weight68 kg
Body Measurement36-28-38
Chest Size36 inches
Waist Size28 inches
Hips Size38 inches
Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourDark Brown
Gemma Arterton Favorites
Favorite ColourStop red, Burnt orange
Favorite ActorNot Known
Favorite ActressNot Known
Favorite FoodNot Known
HobbiesRunning, Swimming, Baking
Favorite MusicianNot Known
Favorite MovieClash of the Titans
Favorite AuthorAngelina Carter
Favorite Car CollectionNot Known
Favorite SportNot Known
Sexual OrientationStraight
Gemma Arterton Education School and Colleges
Education QualificationGraduated
SchoolGravesend Grammar School for Girls (now Mayfield Grammar School)
College / UniversityNorth West Kent College, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
OthersNot Known
Gemma Arterton Residence and Contact Address
Birth PlaceGravesend, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Home TownGravesend, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Present ResidenceGravesend, Kent, England, United Kingdom
House AddressGravesend, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Phone No / Mobile NoNot Known
Email IDNot Known
WebsiteNot Known
Gemma Arterton Awards, Honours, Achievements
Empire Award2009: Best Newcomer-Quantum of Solace
Glamour Awards2011: Woman of the Year – Film Actress-Herself
2016: Best Theatre Actress-Herself
Harper’s Bazaar2018: Woman of the Year-Herself
ControversiesNot Known
Gemma Arterton Social Media
TwitterNot Known
InstagramNot Known


Not yet releasedDenotes works that have not yet been released


Arterton at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival, for the premiere of Tamara Drewe

2007St Trinian’sKelly Jones
2008Three and OutFrankie Cassidy
Quantum of SolaceStrawberry Fields
2009The Boat That RockedDesiree
The Disappearance of Alice CreedAlice Creed
St Trinian’s 2: The Legend of Fritton’s GoldKelly Jones
2010Clash of the TitansIo
Prince of Persia: The Sands of TimeTamina
Tamara DreweTamara Drewe
A Turtle’s Tale: Sammy’s AdventuresShellyVoice role, UK version
Song for MarionElizabeth
2013Hansel & Gretel: Witch HuntersGretel
Runner RunnerRebecca Shafran
2014The VoicesFiona
Gemma BoveryGemma Bovery
2016100 StreetsEmily
The Girl with All the GiftsHelen Justineau
The History of LoveAlma Mereminski
Their FinestCatrin Cole
2017The EscapeTaraAlso executive producer
2018Vita & VirginiaVita Sackville-West
2019Murder MysteryGrace Ballard
My ZoeLaura Fischer
How to Build a GirlMaria von Trapp
2020StarDog and TurboCatCassidyVoice role
SummerlandAlice LambAlso executive producer
2021The King’s ManPollyana “Polly” Wilkins/Galahad
2022The Amazing MauricePeachesVoice role
Rogue AgentAlice Archer
TBAThe Critic Not yet releasedNina LandFilming


2007Capturing MaryLizaTelevision film
2008Lost in AustenElizabeth BennetTelevision miniseries
Tess of the d’UrbervillesTess DurbeyfieldTelevision miniseries
2014Inside No. 9GerriEpisode: “Tom & Gerri
2016Sport Relief 2016Jessica SpencerSegment: “Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em
2018Watership DownCloverTelevision miniseries; voice role
Urban MythsMarilyn MonroeEpisode: “Marilyn Monroe and Billy Wilder”
2020UnprecedentedEllieEpisode: “#1.2”
Black NarcissusSister ClodaghTelevision miniseries; lead role
2023Funny WomanBarbara Parker6 episodes; lead role
TBACulprits Not yet releasedDianneMain role, upcoming series

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Theatre credits[

2007Love’s Labour’s LostRosalineGlobe Theatre
2010The Little Dog LaughedEllenGarrick Theatre
The Master BuilderHilde WangelAlmeida Theatre
2014The Duchess of MalfiThe DuchessGlobe Theatre
Made in DagenhamRita O’GradyAdelphi Theatre
2016Nell GwynnNell GwynnApollo Theatre
2017Saint JoanJoanDonmar Warehouse
2021WaldenStellaHarold Pinter Theatre


YearAwardCategoryNominated workResultRef
2008Empire AwardBest NewcomerSt Trinian’sNominated
National Movie AwardBest ActressNominated
2009Empire AwardBest NewcomerQuantum of SolaceWon
Broadcasting Press Guild AwardsBest ActressTess of the D’UrbervillesNominated
2010Teen Choice AwardChoice Movie: Female BreakoutClash of the TitansNominated
Teen Choice AwardChoice Fantasy ActressPrince of Persia: The Sands of Time and Clash of the TitansNominated
Scream AwardBest Breakout Performance FemalePrince of Persia: The Sands of TimeNominated
2011BAFTARising Star AwardHerselfNominated
Glamour AwardsWoman of the Year – Film ActressWon
2014The WIFTS Foundation International Visionary AwardsThe Barbara Tipple Award for Best ActressGemma BoveryWon AwardsBest Actress in a MusicalMade in DagenhamNominated
Laurence Olivier AwardBest Actress in a MusicalNominated
Evening Standard Theatre AwardNewcomer in a MusicalWon
2016Laurence Olivier AwardBest ActressNell GwynnNominated
Evening Standard Theatre AwardBest ActressNominated
British Independent Film AwardsBest Supporting ActressThe Girl With All The GiftsNominated
Glamour AwardsBest Theatre ActressHerselfWon
2018British Independent Film AwardsBest ActressThe EscapeNominated
Harper’s BazaarWoman of the YearHerselfWon

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