- Emma Thompson She is a British actress who won an Oscar for Best Actress in 1992 Howard’s end) and writing (Best Adapted Screenplay of 1995’s Sense & Sensibility)
- The star is married to a Hollywood actor/director Kenneth Branaugh from 1989 to 1995, and recently said he was ‘blindsided’ by his circumstances
- In 2003, Emma walked with him Thinking and Sensibility stars Greg Wise
Emma Thompson has been working hard on his latest project: a musical version of Nanny McPhee, which is expected to open in the West End in 2023. The British talent, who was born on April 15, 1959, wrote and starred in the two films, 2005’s. Nanny McPhee and its 2010 results Nanny McPhee and Big Bang. The movies came from Nurse Matilda book series and Christianna Brand.
The disturbing endeavor comes after Emma has become a legend in Hollywood. Often called one of the best actresses of her generation, she has won several coveted trophies in her 40-year career, receiving various honors over four decades, including an Academy Award, two British Academy Film Awards, two Golden Globes, a. British Academy Television Award and Primetime Emmy Award.
In her personal life, Emma is very successful, with two marriages under her belt and two children to raise. Continue reading to learn more about the two men who walked down the aisle with Emma, below.
In 1989, when Emma got married Kenneth BranaughBritish talent, born on Dec. 10, 1960, he was nominated for Oscars as an actor and director for his film of Henry V. The two met a few years before they worked Military Opportunity. “He had a lot of ambition and energy to work,” Emma said The New Yorker in November 2022. “Like two mating crabs, we clawed at each other.”
In the same interview, Emma also said that she was “blind” to the affairs going on between Kenneth and other women. “I didn’t really see that he had relationships with other women at the time,” he said Cruella said the star. “What I learned was how easy it is to be blinded by your desire to deceive yourself.”
In particular, Emma mentioned the affair between her husband and the actress Helena Bonham Carterwith whom Kenneth sang and led in 1994 Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. When he found out about the adultery, he ended the marriage. “I was alive. Any sense of being lovable or worthy was completely gone,” Emma explained.
Although it is unclear where Emma and Kenneth’s relationship stands today, the two starred in the Harry Potter series, Emma as Professor Sybill Trelawney and Kenneth playing Professor Gilderoy Lockhart. As for her relationship with Helena, Emma told Sunday Times in 2013 that the two made their peace “years and years ago.”
Shortly after breaking up with Kenneth, Emma met her costar Greg Wise on the set of Sense & Sensibility. The couple got married in 2003 and have been together ever since. “I’ve learned a lot in my second marriage after just getting married,” he said The New Yorker. As my mother used to say, ‘the early twenties are the hardest.’
Emma and Greg have two children, a daughter Gaia Wise23, and a child Fruits Give Wisdoma Rwandan refugee who took him in.