Gemma Chan Biography
A native of Southwark, London, United Kingdom, Gemma Chan is a well-known English actress.
Born and raised in London, Chan attended the Newstead Wood School for Girls and studied law at Worcester College, Oxford. She later decided to seek a career in acting instead, enlisting at the Drama Centre London.
Gemma Chan Age
Chan is 39 years old as of 2021. She was born on 29 November 1982 in Southwark, London, United Kingdom. She celebrates her birthday on 29 November every year.
Gemma Chan Height
Chan stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.752 m) tall and weighs 58 kg (128 lbs).
Gemma Chan Education
Chan attended the Newstead Wood School for Girls and studied law at Worcester College, Oxford before deciding to seek a career in acting instead, enlisting at the Drama Centre London.
Gemma Chan Family
Chan was born and brought up in Southwark, London, the United Kingdom by her loving and caring parents. Her father was an engineer who grew up in Hong Kong and her mother was a pharmacist and raised in Greenock, Scotland after her parents emigrated from Hong Kong.
Gemma Chan Husband
Chan has been in relationships with some celebrated actors including Jack Whitehall, a comedian, and Dominic Cooper, an actor. Chan is however not married.
Gemma Chan Net Worth
Chan has an estimated net worth of $6 Million.
Gemma Chan Humans
Chan stars in 24 episodes of the TV series, Humans as Mia (Anita) from 2015 to 2018. The series stars Chan alongside Katherine Parkinson as Laura Hawkins and Lucy Carless as Mattie Hawkins. The series also features Tom Goodman-Hill as Joe Hawkins, Theo Stevenson as Toby Hawkins, and Ivanno Jeremiah as Max. The TV series, Humans was first released on June 28, 2015.
Gemma Chan Sherlock
Chan features in the 2010 TV series, Sherlock as Soo Lin Yao. The TV series stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, and Una Stubbs as Sherlock Holmes, Dr. John Watson, and Mrs. Hudson respectively. The series also features Rupert Graves as DI Lestrade, Louise Brealey as Molly Hooper, and Mark Gatiss as Mycroft Holmes. Other featured actors are Andrew Scott, Amanda Abbington, and Jonathan Aris. The series, Sherlock was first released in the USA on October 24, 2010.
Gemma Chan Mary Queen of Scots
Chan features in the movie, Mary Queen of Scots as Bess of Hardwick, The 2018 movie stars Saoirse Ronan as Mary Stuart, Margot Robbie as Queen Elizabeth I, and Jack Lowden as Henry Darnley. The Josie Rourke film also features Angela Bain as Snuffer Woman, Richard Cant as Thomas Andrews, and Simon Russell Beale as Robert Beale. The 2018 film, Mary Queen of Scots was first released on December 21, 2018.
Gemma Chan Movies and TV Shows
- The Eternals as Sersi. 2021
- Let Them All Talk. 2020
- Thunderbirds Are Go (TV Series) as Professor Kwark. 2020
- Intrigo: Dear Agnes as Henny. 2019
- I Am (TV Series) as Hannah. 2019
- Captain Marvel as Minn-Erva. 2019
- Mr. Malcolm’s List as Miss Thistlewaite. 2019
- Watership Down (TV Mini-Series) as Dewdrop. 2018
- Mary Queen of Scots as Bess of Hardwick. 2018
- London Fields as Petronella. 2018
- Crazy Rich Asians as Astrid Young Teo. 2018
- Lady Parts. 2018
- Humans (TV Series) as Mia(Anita). 2015 – 2018
- Transformers: The Last Knight as Quintessa. 2017
- Stratton as Aggy. 2017
- Revolting Rhymes (TV Mini-Series) as Snow White. 2016
- Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them as Madam Ya Zhou. 2016
- Everyday Performance Artists as Melody. 2016
- Love Is a Four-Letter Word: Worth Seven Points as Wife. 2016
- Families as Chen-Lin. 2015
- Brotherhood (TV Series) as Miss Pemberton. 2015
- The Game (TV Mini-Series) as Chen Mei. 2014
- Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit as Amy Chang. 2014
- The Double as ‘The Replicator’ – Glamourous Judge. 2013
- Dates (TV Series) as Erica. 2013
- Shetland (TV Series) as Hattie James. 2013
- Death in Paradise (TV Series) as Jennifer Cheung. 2013
- Vinegar as Diana. 2012
- Bedlam (TV Series) as Kiera. 2012
- True Love (TV Mini-Series) as Kathy. 2012Shanghai as Shin Shin. 2010
- Pimp as Bo. 2010
- Doctor Who (TV Series) as Mia Bennett. 2009
- Exam as Chinese Girl. 2009
- Cell: Season 2 (Video) as Isabella. 2009
- The Universal Declaration of Human Rights as Sun-Lynn. 2008
- When Evil Calls (TV Mini-Series) as Molly Nelson. 2006