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The marriage of Chris and Jacqueline didn’t last long and soon fell apart.Emma stayed with her mother and younger brother Alex, who is three years younger than she.Emma’s acting career began at the Dragon School in Oxford remaining there until 2003. By the age of ten she already performed in roles of an evil witch in .When she was six, she started attending a part-time theater school Stagecoach Theatre Arts, where she studied acting, dancing, and singing. The girl played hockey since she was four, so at the school, she joined the hockey team.On July 09, 2007, the famous trio left imprints of their hands, feet, and magic wands in front of the TCL Chinese Theatre on the Hollywood Walk of Fame., all the lead actors were in doubt if to sign the contracts to continue their roles for the final two episodes.For the excellent acting performance, Emma Watson was nominated for five awards and winning the Young Artist Award for Leading Young Actress.Only on November 15, 2002, an army of fans, who were eagerly waiting for the continuation of the story about the young wizards, had a chance to watch a new movie was the lowest-grossing film of the entire series with the box office of 6.7 million, Emma Watson received two awards: the Otto Award, and the Child Performance of the Year from the UK-based film magazine, film series, was released in 2005.
During her relatively short career, she won 25 awards and was nominated 35 times.Emma Watson gained her popularity when she was only nine years old, thanks to the leading role of Hermione Granger in the film series where she starred together with Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint.Her appearance in the all eight film series brought her various awards, worldwide fame and over £10 million fortune (US million).Another passion of the young star was reading, although she never had such a fanatical love to books as her heroine Hermione.In 1999, thanks to the head of the theater group, Emma Watson came to the casting. Rowling, the author of the which appeared on the screens in 2001.