GEMMA ARTERTON has quickly become one of Britain's most promising stars. Within
months of graduation from RADA in 2007 she was making her mark on stage and
television, starring as Rosaline in Love Labour's Lost at the Globe theatre and
opposite Maggie Smith and David Walliams in Stephen Poliakoff's BBC drama
Capturing Mary. Gemma also starred in the BBC's acclaimed adaptation of Thomas
Hardy's classic novel Tess of the D'Urbervilles giving a heart rending portrayal
of the heroic Tess. Gemma made her feature film debut in the remake of the classic St Trinian's,
became an iconic Bond Girl in Marc Forster's Quantum of Solace, and starred in
Guy Ritchie's RocknRolla and Jonathan Gershfield's Three and Out.
2010 has seen Gemma taking a number of lead roles including kidnap thriller The
Disappearance of Alice Creed plus big budget epics Prince of Persia: The Sands
of Times alongside Jake Gyllenhaal and Clash of the Titans opposite Sam
Worthington. She has recently finished a run on the London stage alongside
Rupert Friend and Tamsin Greig in The Little Dog Laughed at The Garrick Theatre.
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