17 Celebrities Who Escaped The “Child Star” Stereotype
Emma Watson got her name when she played little Hermione Granger, a muggle-born witch in the Harry Potter film series. She was just 11 when she acted in the first movie and continued to play the iconic character right up until her twenties when the last movie was released in 2011. Despite playing the same teen character for 10 years, Emma has created a name for herself in Hollywood, having since starred in My Week with Marilyn in 2011, The Perks of Being a Wallflower in 2012, The Bling Ring in 2013, and the live-action version of The Beauty and the Beast in 2017. Emma has also modeled for brands including Burberry and Lancôme, and became a United Nations Women Goodwill Ambassador. This young women is doing it all.
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