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"I never met him [Chaplin died in 1977], which probably adds to the confusion.There are moments, even now, when I sort of go 'Whoa... It's amazing, but it kind of freaks me out sometimes." More on Charlie Chaplin later, however, for here is his strikingly beautiful granddaughter, arriving at the Camden Lock canal-side bar, chosen because that's where she recently held her 27th birthday party, in a flurry of cheek kissing – two for me, two for the PR, two for the photographer and two for the photographer's assistant.Actress Oona Chaplin is splendidly, almost ludicrously international, with a background that incorporates a childhood travelling in the caravan of the international movie industry, as well as roots – or tendrils at least – in Spain, Switzerland, Cuba, Scotland, Chile and England.I write England, but I mean London, and if she were a football team she would be Arsenal, which would be entirely fitting, because she claims to support Arsenal, as does her mother, the actress Geraldine Chaplin, and as did her grandfather, the one and only Charlie Chaplin.She shot to fame at around the same time as Keira Knightley, who was in an adaptation of Doctor Zhivago when Romola was a luminous Gwendolen Harleth in an adaptation of the George Eliot classic Daniel Deronda.
The vaults underneath Waterloo station will be transformed into a Sixties venue for the performance, complete with live bands and flower power-themed stalls.
Her father was a banker and he and his wife adopted two children, Ralph and Rosie, before Romola and her younger sister Roxanna came along. it was difficult.’Dirty Dancing was a deeply unhappy experience which has perhaps defined her.
They had a swimming pool, a live-in maid and an enviable lifestyle. Certainly, she is open about having turned down numerous projects since then that she felt portrayed women in ways she wasn’t happy with.
It's not known whether her maternal great-grandfather, the Nobel Prize-winning, New York-born playwright Eugene O'Neill was also a "Gooner" but, given O'Neill's animosity towards Charlie Chaplin, and the fact that football was probably unknown to him, it seems unlikely.
The point is, however, that Oona Castilla Chaplin, to use her non-stage name, is not only extraordinarily international, she has an extraordinarily illustrious bloodline.