Emily Blunt

Emily Olivia Leah Blunt was born on February 23, 1983 in London, the son of a teacher and a lawyer, but her family still has three children.

Blunt's debut on the big screen took place in 2003 in the historical epic "Budika." The following year, Emily seriously declared itself by appearing in one of the main roles in the drama of growing up "My Summer of Love." After the notable success of this film, Emily received an offer from Hollywood - the role of assistant in the film adaptation of the international bestseller "The Devil Wears Prada". Blunt would play along with Meryl Streep. According to critics, it failed her well and brought a nomination for "Best Supporting Actress for the comedy / musical" award "Golden Globe" in 2007 and the subsequent nomination later BAFTA BAFTA.

That same year, Emily Blunt re-nominated for "Golden Globe" in the category "Best Supporting Actress on Television" for his role in the drama "Gideon's Daughter" and wins.

In 2007-2008, Blunt was withdrawn in several projects, including the adaptation of the bestseller by Karen Joy Fowler "Jane Austen Book Club," "The Great Buck Howard," "Charlie Wilson's War," "Dan in Real Life".

In early 2009, Emily played in the film "The Young Victoria", for this role, the actress won her third nomination for the award "Golden Globe Awards" in the category "Best dramatic actress".

In 2010 he released a remake of the horror movie 1941 "The Wolf Man", where Emily starred opposite Benicio Del Toro, as well as in the films "Wild Target" and "Gulliver's Travels." In the near future actress movie "The Adjustment Bureau" and "Salmon Fishing in Yemen".

July 10, 2010 Emily Blunt married her colleague - actor John Krasinski. The wedding ceremony took place in Italy.