Emma Watson was the face of Burberry's Fall/Winter line for 2009.
Emma considers water sports a hobby. She obtained an Open Water PADI certificate which allows her to scuba dive internationally.
Emma was featured on the cover of Teen Vogue magazine when she was fifteen-years-old, the youngest person to ever do so.
Emma was on the jury for the 2004 teenaged film-makers' First Light Film Awards.
Emma has two pet cats whose names are Domino and Bubbles.
Emma is 5' 6" (1.68 m) tall.
In 2007, at the end of a promotional appearance on Dutch TV for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Emma was sawed in half by the Dutch illusion act Magic Unlimited.
Emma has been a student in four different dance classes: Breakdancing, Body Popping, Street and Modern. She has won a Silver Award for street jazz, as well as freestyle.
Emma was named after her paternal grandmother, who, after marriage, became Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson.
When a Harry Potter director asked Emma and her castmates to write essays about their on-screen characters, Daniel Radcliffe turned in one page, Rupert Grint never turned his in, and Emma turned in an impressive 16 pages.
In the water sequence of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, a wax figure was used instead of Emma. The same goes for the other "inactive" actors and actresses in that scene.
Emma's birthday is the same as Emma Thompson, who plays Professor Sybil Trelawney in the Harry Potter movies.
Emma is the youngest actress to appear on the cover of Teen Vogue magazine at the age of 15.
Emma has a younger brother named Alex Watson, who was born in 1993.
Emma speaks French, German, and Italian.
During the filming of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Emma broke her wrist. If you look hard you can see her cast during certain scenes.
Emma's favorite Simpsons character is Lisa because she reminds her a lot of Hermione Granger, from the Harry Potter series.
Emma has appeared on the following lists:
2008 - #94 in "Hot 100 Women"
2009 - #86 "100 Celebs Under 25"
2007 - #97 "Celebrity 100 of 2007"
Music: Eminem, Norah Jones, Alanis Morissette, Katie Melua, Joss Stone, Eric Clapton, Suzanne Vega, Beyoncé, Nelly Furtado, Usher and B.B King
Harry Potter scenes: (in Sorcerer's Stone): Troll scene (because she did all her own stunts); (in The Chamber of Secrets): Gilderoy Lockheart oom scene (Because Kenneth Brannagh is really nice & funny); (in The Prisoner of Azkaban): Punching Malfoy!
Foods: Prawn Cocktail crisps, smoothies, McCoys salt & vinegar crisps, muffins with chocolate spread, crumpets, Walker's crisps, toast, Mint Aero's, and chocolate.
Harry Potter book: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Candy: Crunchie Bars
Sports: Hockey, tennis and rounders.
Color: Light Blue. Actresses: Julia Roberts, Emma Thompson and Renée Zellweger
Movies: Gladiator, Dirty Dancing, Braveheart and Grease.
Emma: I had no idea, and please excuse me, that you guys [Americans] call a condom a rubber! My version of a rubber is like an eraser. So I've done that. I've very loudly asked for a rubber. People have given me strange looks.
Emma: There are some actresses who don't know about things like doing their own laundry and getting a bus. I'm not going to be like that.
Emma: (on other roles apart from "Harry Potter") Now that I've played the snotty, bossy, posh Hermione Granger, I'd like to play some American high school girl. I want to play something totally different. I want to play every kind of character and every point of view, but I'm probably going to be playing Hermione for a while.
Emma: (on her fortune from the "Harry Potter" franchise) The wealth side of it hasn't hit me yet because I have no need for money in my life. My life will not be motivated by money. I will never do a film because they're going to pay me a certain amount of money. It's liberating. It means I can hopefully make great choices.
Emma: (On romance on set of the "Harry Potter" movies between herself, Daniel Radcliffe & Rupert Grint) It's hard to imagine a place with less romance, really. I mean when we were all turning thirteen, fourteen, there was a bit of that going on. We all fancied the hell out of each other. But no, not anymore.
Emma: Let's be honest: I have enough money never to have to work again, but I would never want that. Learning keeps me motivated.
Emma: (on experimenting like normal teenagers) You are careful not to do it in the public eye. You have your first cigarette or first glass of alcohol in a safe environment with your close friends - or you could be foolish and choose to do it in a London nightclub.
Emma: (on her name in the "Harry Potter" movies) This REALLY bugs me! I go around saying, 'Everyone repeat it with me: Her-MY-oh-nee', because everyone says Her-my-WON, Her-my-OWN.
Emma: (on people recognizing her from the "Harry Potter" movies) They walk past and go 'Wingardium Leviosa' for the billionth time that day, and I go aaagggghhhhhh!... But apart from that most people are really nice about it.
Emma: It was unbelievable seeing me as an action figure! In a few months, toddlers all around the country will be biting my head off!