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Blunt attended Ibstock Place School in Roehampton, southwest London and, at the age of 16, went to Hurtwood House in Dorking, Surrey, a private sixth-form college known for its performing arts programme. In November 2001, Blunt made her professional debut opposite Dame Judi Dench in Sir Peter Hall's production of the play The Royal Family, in which she played the role of the granddaughter Gwen to Dench's Fanny Cavendish.
‘When I get out, Iâm going to make the best Australian breakfast.’ Mark then asked if he could share the breakfast with Emily, to which she replied, ‘yeah,’ with a smile. ‘If you do that and when weâre in the UK I will take you for a drink in Essex.’ ‘It’s a deal,’ said Emily, confirming the date.They nail their cinematic alter-egos effortlessly, using verbal and non-verbal cues to tap into their emotions.They understand their characters and use their talents to bring them to life." based on an original screenplay written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff, where she played the troubled only child of New Labour spin doctor Gideon Warner, played by Nighy.For her performance, Blunt was named "Best Newcomer" by the Evening Standard.She went on to perform as Eugenie in Nicholas Wright's Vincent in Brixton at the National Theatre, and as Juliet in Indhu Rubasingham's production of Romeo and Juliet at Chichester Festival Theatre, both in 2002.