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  Mata   February 24, 2010

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Gemma joins Holly & Phil to talk about her West End debut and her five new films!

At just 24 years old, Gemma Arterton has starred alongside Hollywood greats such as Daniel Craig, Jake Gyllenhaal, Ralph Fiennes and Liam Neeson. But she’s relishing the opportunity to be back on stage.

Gemma is appearing in new play A Little Dog Laughed, about the shallow and superficial world of show business. It’s a cautionary tale of a handsome film actor, played by Rupert Friend, who tries to come out of the closet.

This is Gemma’s West End debut, and only her second time on the London stage since playing Rosaline in Love’s Labour’s Lost at the Globe in 2007: “It was daunting and scary, but something I had to do. I’ve really loved coming back to the stage.”

The play itself is an accurate representation of real movie-star dilemmas. Gemma has said: “I have gay actor friends who’ve been advised not to come out as it would affect their film casting. I find it fascinating that what the public idolise is often a cover-up.”

Gemma is also starring in a remake of the 1981 classic Clash of the Titans, British thriller The Disappearance of Alice Creed, and Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, an epic action-adventure. Next year the actress will be playing lead roles in comic-strip adaptation Tamara Drewe, and Emily Bronte classic Wuthering Heights.

Gemma is launching the National Lottery’s Britain Has Balls Tour, celebrating the great things ballsy Brits do with Lottery funding to support talent, charities and communities up and down the country. Thousands of Brits have used the funding to make a difference in their communities.

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