Gemma Chan

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Dominic Cooper (2018–present) | years_active = 2006–present | awards = Full list | module = }} Gemma Chan (born 29 November 1982) is an English actress. A graduate of Worcester College, Oxford, Chan began acting during the late 2000s, making her film debut in 2009. She rose to attention with her leading role in the Channel 4 science fiction series ''Humans'' (2015 - 2018).

Chan came to international prominence with her starring roles in ''Crazy Rich Asians'' (2018) and as Elizabeth Hardwick in ''Mary Queen of Scots'' (2018), the first of which earned her a nomination for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. She next starred in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films ''Captain Marvel'' (2019) and ''Eternals'' (2021), portraying Minn-Erva and Sersi, respectively. She also voiced Namaari in the Disney animated film ''Raya and the Last Dragon'' (2021) and appeared in Olivia Wilde's psychological thriller ''Don't Worry Darling'' (2022) and Gareth Edwards' science fiction action film ''The Creator'' (2023).

Offscreen, Chan has been labeled a fashion icon, with her fashion choices, red carpet appearances and partnership with Louis Vuitton gaining widespread media attention. Provided by Wikipedia
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