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  • Emma Watson has been on top of the world since she was just a little tyke starring in the

  • Harry Potter movies.

  • The world watched her grow up on-screen, but she's also managed to accomplish quite a bit

  • away from the cameraslike pursuing a world class education, and becoming a fashionista

  • and philanthropist.

  • All the while, she's also solidified her career in show business.

  • So, to celebrate all of her accomplishments thus far, let's take a look back at Emma Watson's

  • journey since her first ride on the Hogwarts Express.

  • An auspicious start

  • A lot of children have big dreams of becoming a star, but Emma Watson got to actually live

  • that reality.

  • In 2001, the then-nine-year-old made her screen debut as the spunky smart girl Hermione Granger

  • in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.

  • And that was just the beginning of her work playing one of the most iconic book-to-film

  • characters of all time.

  • "Honestly, don't you two read?!"

  • She might have been an instant silver screen legend thanks to her turn as the cleverest

  • witch, but she still had a surprisingly normal childhood.

  • As she told BBC News when she was just 12, "I go to a very big school and some people

  • give me a bit of stickBut apart from that most people are really nice about it.

  • My close friends just treat me normally.…

  • I still do everything I used to do."

  • As the years continued, Watson was able to dig deeper into who Hermione Granger was,

  • growing both her character and her acting abilities.

  • And even in those teen years, Watson seemed free of diva tendencies.

  • She said, "I feel incredibly lucky to be given the opportunity to be in such a fantastic

  • filmmy ambitions couldn't even dream of the scale and greatness that Harry Potter

  • is, and so, I'm so very lucky about that."

  • As time progressed, she continued to challenge herself and excelled when she worked hard,

  • much like her on-screen counterpart.

  • And as both Watson and her character grew older, they became more complex and compelling

  • in equal measure.

  • Role model status

  • As her fame grew, Watson became a role model for young girls, and she saw how important

  • it was to emphasize girls' intelligence in society.

  • At 17, she told Parade, "Hermione's not scared to be clever.

  • I think sometimes really smart girls dumb themselves down a bit, and that's bad."

  • And while Watson was taking a strong stand when it came to girl power, she also was focusing

  • on making sure her life stayed normal outside of Hollywood.

  • She decided to pursue a prestigious education as one of her first post-Potter adventures.

  • Expanding her horizons

  • By 2008, the world had been caught under the spell of a young starlet.

  • At 18, the actress was signed to a two-year, $6 million contract with Chanel to be the

  • face of its Coco Mademoiselle fragrance.

  • This big moment showed that Watson had grown from a showbiz teen into a woman of class.

  • But she wasn't just working towards a future in fashion.

  • "Just because you've got the emotional range of a teaspoon."

  • In 2009, Watson announced she planned to attend Brown University to study liberal arts.

  • Ever the non-diva, she also wanted the full college experienceincluding the dorms

  • and roommates.

  • She said, "If I'm going to do this experience, I'm going to do it properly and going to do

  • it like everyone else."

  • With an attitude like that, it's no wonder she was never cursed with child star syndrome.

  • Brand new 'do

  • Once the Harry Potter films came to a close, Emma Watson decided to make a big change to

  • her appearance.

  • Although she'd had to maintain a wavy, long mane throughout filming for Harry Potter,

  • in 2010 Watson chopped off her hair for a cute, very short, pixie-like 'do.

  • Watson told Metro, "I didn't get to experiment with dyeing and chopping off my hair like

  • most teenagers…I also felt, right, I'm 20, I'm not a little girl any more.

  • I'd been on Harry Potter for ten years so I needed to mark the end of it in some way.

  • I needed a drastic change and that's what the chop was all about."

  • When she revealed her new look to the world, she dubbed it "the most liberating thing ever."

  • And the look would last at least long enough for her to star in her next big book-to-screen

  • project The Perks of Being a Wallflower.

  • Shortly thereafter, Watson began introducing a more adult side to herself in movies like

  • The Bling Ring and This Is the End.

  • "I'm not f------ around!"

  • "OOOOH"

  • Price of fame

  • In 2011, when 21-year-old Watson would be entering her third year at Brown University,

  • she decided to take a moment away from the American college, saying, "I was in denial…I

  • wanted to pretend I wasn't as famous as I was.

  • I was trying to seek out normality, but I kind of have to accept who I am, the position

  • I'm in and what happened."

  • She wasn't leaving higher education entirely, but would instead be attending school back

  • in the UK.

  • Although rumors swirled, she insisted she was never bullied at her university.

  • If anything, her problem was just the oppositebecause Watson's fame apparently intimidated

  • the college boys.

  • "I'm sorry.

  • What just happened?"

  • She ultimately finished her degree in literature at Brown a few years later.

  • World of beauty

  • By 2012, the last Harry Potter film had been released and Watson felt more comfortable

  • to make big changes.

  • As she told The Independent, "As I've got older, and since I cut all my hair off, I've

  • felt a bit more liberated about trying different things out."

  • One of those different things was being the new face of Lancôme's "Rouge in Love" campaign,

  • with a focus on their lipstick.

  • Having this role with Lancôme helped fans see her in a more adult light, instead of

  • as the frizzy-haired, anxious wizard we'd all grown to love.

  • But even though she was growing into a more fashion-savvy celebrity, she also made an

  • effort to maximize her inner beauty as well.

  • After graduating from Brown University in 2014, the then 24-year-old British actress

  • was officially named the new Goodwill Ambassador for the U.N.'s gender-equality arm, U.N. Women.

  • It was there that she organized the buzzy HeForShe gender equality campaign and delivered

  • a speech that captivated audiences.

  • "Feminism, by definition, is the belief that men and women should have equal rights."

  • And Watson isn't slowing down anytime soon.

  • She continues to visibly pursue women's rights while accelerating her screen career quite

  • nicely.

  • Most recently, she cemented her status as a box office darling by starring in 2017's

  • biggest film, the live-action adaptation of Disney's Beauty and the Beast.

  • Just like Hermione before her, the character was a bookworm who valued substance over the

  • superficial, so it's no wonder Watson made it work.

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