In 2014, she acted along with Kenneth Branagh, Keira Knightley and Chris Pane in the movie, Chan is pretty uptight in sharing her personal details to the outer world.
Although she is a private loving person and keeps her personal life away from the medias and public, she was found dating, Jack Whitehall since 2011.
As a human, you don’t have to be too conscious of your movement.
I think it’s tougher playing a robot than a human, and even tougher playing a robot who begins showing traces of being a human.” As preparation for the part, Chan attended “synth school”, where choreographer Dan O’Neill taught her, along with the other actors playing robots, the graceful and smooth movements needed to portray the cyborgs in the series.
She appeared in Humans, an AMC/Channel 4 science-fiction drama which was premiered in 2015.
Gemma Chan was born on 29 November 1982 in London, United Kingdom.
“If I answer one question about him,” she says, “it tends to become the headline and then my heart sinks.” Humans will have changed that.
Indeed, you only have to stroll around London to see how much the series has increased her profile: her character’s electric-emerald eyes (achieved through visual effects) are everywhere, staring out from posters plastered across hundreds of double-decker buses.
“The director didn’t want anything robotic in a clichéd or a jerky way,” she says.
“I was given a lot of homework: I had to practise ironing as a synth, practise washing up as a synth, cooking a meal as a synth.
Gemma Chan is a British actress and model best known for her work on British film and TV.
She was seen in Exam and Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, an American action film.
Chan was raised up in South East England and joined Newstead Wood School for Girls in the London Borough of Bromley. The proficient actress was interested in acting from her early age.