Gemma Chan
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Gemma Chan


Gemma Chan (born 29 November 1982) is an English actress. Born and raised in London, Chan attended the Newstead Wood School for Girls and studied law at Worcester College, Oxford before choosing to pursue a career in acting instead, enrolling at the Drama Centre London. Chan was subsequently cast in various supporting roles on television, including Doctor Who, Sherlock, Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Fresh Meat, Bedlam and True Love. She also appeared in independent films Exam (2009), Submarine (2010) and Belles Familles (2015). Chan performed in the British premiere of Yellow Face at The Park Theatre and Our Ajax at the Southwark Playhouse. Chan had minor roles in Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (2014), Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) and Transformers: The Last Knight (2017). She starred as a servile anthropomorph in sci-fi series Humans (2015–2018) to critical praise. Chan gained widespread recognition for portraying Astrid Leong-Teo in Jon M. Chu's romantic comedy Crazy Rich Asians (2018), which became a critical and commercial hit. Chan along with the ensemble was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Cast in a Motion Picture. Chan played Bess of Hardwick in the historical drama Mary Queen of Scots (2018) and voiced the antagonist Namaari in Disney's animated film Raya and the Last Dragon (2021). In Marvel Studios' Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) multimedia franchise, Chan portrayed Minn-Erva in Captain Marvel (2019) before headlining Eternals (2021) as Sersi.


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Eternals

Character : Sersi

Stratton

Character : Aggy

Revolting Rhymes

Character : Snow White (voice)

 

Intrigo: Dear Agnes

Character : Henny

Mr. Malcolm's List

Character : Julia

L'Oreal Paris Women of Worth

Character : No character defined

Let Them All Talk

Character : Karen

True Love

Character : No character defined

Pimp

Character : Bo

Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars

Character : Mia Bennett

Raya and the Last Dragon

Character : Namaari (voice)

Cuckoo

Character : No character defined

Crazy Rich Asians

Character : Astrid Leong-Teo

Don't Worry Darling

Character : Shelley

Exam

Character : Chinese Girl

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit

Character : Amy Chan

Mary Queen of Scots

Character : Bess of Hardwick

Belles Familles

Character : Chen-Lin

Leading Lady Parts

Character : Actress #5

Captain Marvel

Character : Minn-Erva

London Fields

Character : Petronella

Submarine

Character : Kim-Lin

When Evil Calls

Character : Molly Nelson

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Character : Madame Ya Zou

Transformers: The Last Knight

Character : Quintessa

Shanghai

Character : Shin Shin

The Double

Character : 'The Replicator' - Glamourous Judge

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Bedlam

Character : Keira

True Love

Character : Kathy

Dates

Character : Erica

Doctor Who

Character : Mia Bennett

Shetland

Character : Hattie James

Secret Diary of a Call Girl

Character : Charlotte

Humans

Character : Anita / Mia

The IT Crowd

Character : Ivana

The IT Crowd

Character : Female Sulu

Humans

Character : Herself

I Am...

Character : Hannah

I Am ...

Character : Hannah

The Game

Character : Chen Mei

Revolting Rhymes

Character : Snow White

Sherlock

Character : Soo Lin Yao

Extrapolations

Character : Natasha Alper