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For her feature film debut performance in "My Summer of Love,” EMILY BLUNT (Emily) won the Evening Standard British Film Award for Most Promising Newcomer (shared with Natalie Press), earned a British Independent Film Award nomination for Most Promising Newcomer (shared with Natalie Press), and a London Film Critics' Circle award nomination for Best British Newcomer.

On television, Emily starred opposite Bill Nighy and Miranda Richardson in "Gideon's Daughter” and "The Strange Case of Sherlock Holmes & Arthur Conan Doyle” for the BBC; and in "Empire” for ABC. Blunt starred as Catherine Howard, opposite Ray Winstone, in Pete Travis' miniseries "Henry VIII” (Masterpiece Theatre); alongside Alex Kingston in Bill Anderson's "Boudica”; and opposite David Suchet's Hercule Poirot, and in Andy Wilson's remake of Death on the Nile (for A&E).

She made her professional acting debut onstage, opposite Dame Judi Dench, in Sir Peter Hall's production of The Royal Family at the Haymarket Theatre Royal. Her performance in the play won her the Evening Standard Award for Best Newcomer. She subsequently starred onstage in Richard Eyre's award-winning production of Vincent in Brixton, at the National Theatre, and in "Romeo and Juliet.”

Her upcoming film projects include "Who Killed Norma Barnes?” opposite Emily Mortimer, "Wind Chill” with Martin Donovan, and the World War II film, "The Snow Goose.”


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