Emma shocked the world when she cut her long, gorgeous locks in favor of a very
short pixie cut, but she looks great!
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3. Emma can say exactly what she's thinking simply with her eyes.
And, the emotions are complex, spanning fear and anxiety to disgust and contempt.
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Emma is wise beyond her years.
She started acting at the age of 9 and wowed audiences with her ability to connect to
her character through seven Harry Potter films that spanned nine years. She was the
know-it-all wizard we loved.
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5. Emma has proven herself as an actress in non-Harry Potter roles.
However, she isn't afraid to turn down roles either, which is what she did when she
was offered a role in the film 50 Shades of Grey.
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6. She can make her audience feel the same emotions that she portrays ...
... whether that is sadness, happiness, anger, or fear. She is actually the actor that held
together both Harry and Ron in the Harry Potter films.
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She's not afraid to send-up her innocent image.
Just see her hilarious cameo in This Is the End.
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Emma's got brains.
She earned a diploma from Brown University in 2014 at the age of 24. She took time off school to film the final two Harry Potter films.
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9. Emma made the child star-to-adult actor transition seamlessly.
Emma received great reviews for The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Bling Ring and Noah.
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Emma is quick-witted.
She is a must-follow on Twitter.
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Emma has impeccable style.
Has she ever looked bad on a red carpet? No.
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She has a contagious smile and infectious laugh ...
... that you'll remember every time you think about the Harry Potter films.