Gemma Arterton is best known as Actress who has an estimated Net Worth of $13 Million. Breathtaking female lead who starred in the 2010 films Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and Clash of the Titans. She received an Empire Award for Best Newcomer for her role in Quantum of Solace. She was born on February 2,1986, Gravesend, England. She had her breakout leading role in the British film Tamara Drewe in 2010. She was born with an eleventh finger. She played Strawberry Fields alongside Daniel Craig in Quantum of Solace. She was married to Stefano Catelli from 2010 until 2013. She then began dating Franklin Ohanessian, a French assistant director. Her zodiac sign is Aquarius
Gemma Arterton Bio, Wiki
Full Name at Birth
Gemma Christina Arterton
Gem, Gemma Christina Arterton, Gemma Arterton
2nd February, 1986
Gravesend, Kent, England
5' 7″ (170 cm)
Brown – Dark
Brown – Dark
Hair colour is dark brown…, Hair type is wavy…, Hair length is medium long (neck length)…, Hairstyle bangs…, Distinct feature smile…, Makeup style is dressy…, Skin tone/complexion is Type II: fair skin…, Skin type is normal…, Regular smoker…, Exercises by swimming every weekend…, Gemma uses power plate for complete body workout…, She does a lot of cardio workouts – like running (also on the treadmill) and cycling…
Anglican / Episcopalian
Gravesend Grammar School for Girls in Kent
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, England (2007)
Claim to Fame
Quantum of Solace, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Gemma Arterton Dating, Husband, Boyfriends and Relationships
According to celebnetworth, Gemma Arterton is possibly single.
Franklin Ohanessian and Gemma Arterton have been dating since 2014.
Stefano Catelli and Gemma Arterton were married for 5 years. They dated for 4 months after getting together in Mar 2009. After a 11 months engagement they married on 6th Jun 2010. 5 years later they separated in Feb 2013 and divorced on 21st Aug 2015.
Eduardo Munoz and Gemma Arterton dated from June to December, 2008.
Gemma Arterton Filmography
The King's Man
Unprecedented: Real Time Theatre from a State of Isolation