Emily BluntLast updated: November 17, 2019
- 23 Feb 1983Age: 36
- United Kingdom
Zodiac sign Pisces
Sexual orientation Straight
- Height: 5.7 ft
- Weight: 115 lb
34 23 35 in
- Hair Color: Light Brown
- Eye Color: Blue
Who Is Emily Blunt?
Emily Blunt is an English actress, and she owns American and British nationality. Emily Blunt is famous for her roles in box office hit movies such as Edge of Tomorrow (2014), Looper (2012), The Adjustment Bureau (2011), Into the Woods (2014), The Huntsman: Winter’s War (2016) and The Girl on the Train (2016).
Emily Blunt Education
Emily went to a co-ed school, Ibstock Place, where she took an interest in academics, music and sports. She developed a stutter when she was eight, but when she was 12 and Emily was part of a school play. She tried a different accent and the stutter suddenly disappear; it was then that she understood she wanted to be an actress.
Emily Blunt Movies
Major Industry Awards
Fears and Phobias
- She has a fear of wearing Gloves
- She has a phobia of heights
Emily Blunt Husband / Boyfriend
- John Krasinski (2008) Husband
- Michael Bublé (2005 - 2008)
Emily Blunt Pets
- Finn (Red Labrador retriever)
- Had a hamster named Tigger
Emily Blunt Facts
- She played many acclaimed roles on the British stage and TV before her breakthrough role in The Devil Wears Prada starring Anne Hathaway.
- Acting and adopting new accents helped her to overcome a debilitating speech impediment at age 12.
- Best friends with actress Anne Hathaway. Emily refers to Anne as "her rock".
- Does not participate in social media.
- She is not related to singer James Blunt.
Emily Blunt Cars
- Toyota Prius
- Mercedes-Benz GLE 450
Emily Blunt Houses
Location: Brooklyn, N.Y
Price: $11 million
Hobbies and Favorite things
- Enjoys horseback riding
- Playing the cello
Emily Blunt Quotes
- The more we mask ourselves, the freer we're able to be within ourselves.
- I appreciate a slow-burn romance. In most movies, everyone is just tearing their clothes off in the first scene.
- I love ambiguity. People are that way. People are very hard to work out. No one is just strong or just fragile, or anything like that.
- There is absolutely, 100 percent, a light at the end of the tunnel for anyone who stutters.
- It's always better just to do work that you're really proud of and work that you enjoy because really all you have are the choices you make and that's it and who knows after that. I think that's what I love in acting.
- I've always been quite a spontaneous person, so I would lean more towards, if you feel it and you know its right, then do it.