Ever since her role in Skyfall, we've been dreaming about Naomie's good looks and nice shapely ass. To see her most titillating scenes, keep reading…
The British actress Naomie Harris was born on 6th September 1976 in London, England. She is the only child in the family. Her father is from Jamaica and the mother comes from Trinidad. Her talent in acting was seen when she was still young and she attended Anna Scher Theatre School. It was in this theatre school where Harris won roles in different projects, this included Simon and the witch’-1987 and The Tomorrow people’-1992. She later joined Pembroke College, Cambridge University to study social and political sciences. According to her, it was an experience she did not enjoy.
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Harris later trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Her breakthrough film came in 2002 that was titled, Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later. Her other extra ordinary projects include, Miami Vice (2006) and Small Island (2009). Since then, Harris has won great awards including the best female actor by the Royal Television Society. She later gained international attention when she was cast as a field agent named Eve next to James Bond in the Skyfall in 2012.
Her role as Tia Dalma in Pirates of the Caribbean has been her identity in the American audiences. Naomie Harris is the first black actress to play Moneypenny in the mighty James Bond Series. She also played the role of Angela Rivera in Southpaw (2015) where she replaced Lupita Nyong’o after backing out of the project. She has appeared in two films that earned $ 1 billion at the worldwide box office.
Naomie Harris was seen naked in 2009, when she was 33 years old. The nude pictures are from the movie, Sex, Drugs & Rock & Roll (2010). Another scene was from the movie Miami Vice (2006) when she was at the age of 29.
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She is an eloquent speaker and her personal quotes have inspired very many people around the world. She has been championing more women to join the film industry so that there contribution can help raise the standard of acting. She once said,
Everything starts in the writing, and getting more and more women's perspective in the writing will have a huge impact on the quality of films we get. At the moment, we don't really see women as we see ourselves and as we really are because it's only men writing for us. I've read a lot of scripts where I've thought: “No women would ever say that! No woman would ever behave like that!” Women are put into these categories of bitch, mother or sex symbol. If we had more women writing we would have a more realistic representation of what it's like to be a woman.
Well, she sure looks like a sex symbol in these clips!