Gemma Chan: Net worth, Husband, Lawyer, Eternals

Gemma Chan was born on November 29, 1982. She is an actress from England. Chan, who was born and reared in London, went to the Newstead Wood School for Girls and Worcester College in Oxford to study law before deciding to enroll at the Drama Centre London to pursue a career in acting. Later on, Chan was cast in a number of supporting parts on television shows such as Doctor Who, Sherlock, Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Fresh Meat, Bedlam, and True Love. Indie films Exam (2009), Submarine (2010), and Belles Familles all included her (2015). Chan appeared in Our Ajax at the Southwark Playhouse and the Yellow Face British debut at The Park Theatre.

Chan appeared in supporting roles in Transformers: The Last Knight, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit. She received favorable reviews for her role as a submissive anthropomorphic in the science fiction series Humans. Chan became well-known for her role as Astrid Leong-Teo in the critically acclaimed and financially successful love comedy Crazy Rich Asians, directed by Jon M. Chu. Chan was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Cast in a Motion Picture alongside the rest of the cast. Chan voiced Namaari, the villain in Disney’s animated picture Raya and the Last Dragon, and as Bess of Hardwick in the historical drama Mary Queen of Scots.

Net worth

Gemma Chan’s estimated net worth is $6 million.


Chan played Minn-Erva in Captain Marvel in the Marvel Studios’ Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), and then starred as Sersi in Eternals.

Life Journey

Her mother was a pharmacist who was raised in Greenock, Scotland, after her parents immigrated from Hong Kong. Her father was an engineer who was from Hong Kong.

Lawyer Profession

Chan studied law at Worcester College in Oxford after attending Newstead Wood School for Girls in Orpington, London. She was raised in Locksbottom, a neighborhood in the London Borough of Bromley. Chan received a training contract offer from the legal firm Slaughter and May after graduating. She declined it in order to enroll in the Drama Centre London and pursue an acting career.

Career Journey

In the miniseries When Evil Calls on the Horror Channel in 2006, Chan made her acting debut. She participated in the inaugural season of the reality competition show Project Catwalk. Chan made her stage debut in the 2008 British premiere of Turandot, the final play by Bertolt Brecht, at the Hampstead Theatre in London. Chan played geologist Mia Bennett in the BBC’s Doctor Who “The Waters of Mars” special from the fall of 2009. Later, the episode received a Hugo Award. Exam (2009), which had its world premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival the same year and received mixed reviews, starred Chan. The next year, Chan played “female Sulu” in a Star Trek parody on Channel 4’s The IT Crowd. Chan participated in the world premiere of Timberlake Wertenbaker’s play Our Ajax in November 2013 at the Southwark Playhouse in London. After witnessing her performance in Yellow Face, Wertenbaker choose her to portray the war goddess Athena. The Guardian’s Michael Billington called her portrayal “beautifully elegant omniscience.” Later that year, she played the teenage archaeologist Hattie James in the BBC One mystery drama Shetland. Chan had a guest appearance in Death in Paradise on the BBC. She appeared in the romance drama Dates on Channel 4. Chan made an appearance as a guest on the “Cultural Exchange” segment of the BBC Radio 4 series Front Row on August 6, 2013, where she suggested The Princess Bride as a movie she adores.

Chan made an appearance in the critically and commercially successful 2014 action movie Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit. In the French comedy-drama Belles Familles (2015), which premiered at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival, she played Chen-Lin, the girlfriend of the main character. Chan plays American witch Madame Ya Zhou in the 2016 BAFTA-nominated film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. In 2018, she provided her voice for the BBC’s animated miniseries Watership Down. in the Chan “anchors the series,” according to The A.V. Club, whose performance “awakens in ways both subtle and overt… to mirror every new feeling.”

Additionally in 2018, Chan co-starred in the Crazy Rich Asians movie as Astrid Leong-Teo. Chan was initially approached to play the lead role, but he preferred the “more fascinating” part of Astrid. She initially learned about the book Crazy Rich Asians from her sister in a text message, picked it up while on vacation, and “fell in love with Astrid.” What you see with Astrid is not always what you get, according to Chan about her part. Although she seems to have it all together, there are layers to her. The movie drew praise from critics for its cast, visuals, and on-screen representation, and it went on to become the decade’s highest-grossing romantic comedy. Chan was praised as having “a bright presence who lights up her every scene” by The Hollywood Reporter.

She appeared in the time’s up movement-related short film Leading Lady Parts that same year. Chan starred as Petronella in the critically panned 2018 film London Fields. Chan played Elizabeth Hardwick in the historical drama Mary Queen of Scots (2018), which had its AFI Fest premiere. It was directed by Josie Rourke. Chan was cast in the role of a white woman, which “provoked uproar among internet trolls.” If John Wayne can portray Genghis Khan, I can play Bess of Hardwick, in response from Chan, who also said that “art should mirror life now.” Chan played Minn-Erva, a Kree Starforce sniper, in a supporting role in Captain Marvel (2019).

Chan appeared in Steven Soderbergh’s comedy Let Them All Talk in 2020 opposite Meryl Streep. She played Karen, a literary agent who is “maybe-romantic” with the nephew of one of her clients. The movie had a successful HBO Max premiere. The Women in Film Max Mara Face of the Future award was granted to Chan in the same year in recognition of her “distinguished acting achievements” and “personal embodiment of ageless style and grace.” She was the award’s fifteenth recipient. Chan provided the voice for the Disney animated picture Raya and the Last Dragon’s antagonist, the warrior princess Namaari, which had its world premiere in March 2021. Critics gave the movie good reviews.


Gemma Chan and Dominic Cooper are in a relationship since 2018

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Gemma Chan’s instagram account is @gemmachan

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@gemma_chan is her Twitter account.

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