Who is Fiona Loudon?
Fiona Loudon was born in Scotland, on 5 May 1968 – her zodiac sign is Taurus, and she holds British nationality. She’s an actress who has mostly been focused on appearing in theatre plays, but she’s probably known best for being the former wife of the British actor Daniel Craig.
Early life and education
Fiona was raised in Scotland by her parents, about whom nothing’s known as she respects their privacy; it’s believed that her father was also a theatre actor, and her mother a pianist. Because Fiona hasn’t mentioned having any siblings, most of her fans believe her to be an only child.
She grew up being interested in acting, and was a member of her high school’s drama club, appearing in numerous plays performed at the school, nearly always as a lead character.
Fiona was also into a couple of other activities, including practicing creative writing, dancing and playing volleyball.
Upon matriculating in 1986, she moved to London, England, and attended the University of London, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1990.
Career as an actress
Fiona hasn’t shared any details concerning her career with the public; it’s known that she has been a theatre actress for around three decades now, however, it hasn’t been revealed in which plays she’s appeared.
Love life and marriage with Daniel Craig
Fiona and Daniel met sometime in the late ‘80s, apparently at a party organized by a mutual friend. The two were in a relationship for several years prior to exchanging vows in 1992, in a private ceremony attended by many of their friends and family members.
On 20 November 1992, Fiona gave birth to their daughter Ella Loudon, and she’s followed in her father’s footsteps, and appeared in the 2017 short comedy film “Maneater”, and the 2018 drama movie “Trauma is a Time Machine”, while she’s currently shooting for three upcoming movies.
Fiona and Daniel divorced in 1994, but she hasn’t spoken of any other men whom she has perhaps been with, however, it’s known that Daniel started dating the German actress Heike Makatsch not long after the divorce, and the two stayed together for the following seven years. Between 2005 and 2010, he was in a relationship, and eventually engaged to the movie producer Satsuki Mitchell.
Daniel married the British actress Rachel Hannah Weisz on 22 June 2011, and they have a daughter together.
As of December 2021, Fiona seems to be single, was married to Daniel Craig, and has a daughter with him.
Hobbies and other interests
Fiona likes to travel, and her career has taken her all around Europe and to various US states. She’s lived in a couple of countries, including England, France and Germany, and has also spent some time living in Los Angeles, California USA; Fiona’s dream travel destination is San Francisco in California.
She’s a huge cat-lover, and apparently has three pet cats.
Fiona likes to watch movies in her spare time – her favorite actor and actress are Richard Gere and Meryl Streep, while a couple of her favorite films include “Hachi: A Dog’s Tale”, “Bridges of Madison County” and “Kramer vs. Kramer”. She’s also into watching TV series, with some of her favorites being “Friends”, “Sex and the City” and “The Office”.
Fiona was physically highly active during her 20s and 30s, as she worked out at the gym nearly every day, however, she no longer exercises.
Age, height and net worth
Fiona’s age is 53. She has long brown hair and blue eyes, her height is 5ft 8ins (1.7m) and she weighs around 130lbs (60kgs).
As of December 2021, her net worth has been estimated at over $200,000, while her former husband Daniel’s net worth has been estimated at over $160 million.
Who is Daniel Craig?
Daniel Wroughton Craig was born in Chester, England, on 2 March 1968 – his zodiac sign is Pisces, and he holds both British and American nationality. He has appeared in more than 70 movies and TV series, while he’s certainly now known best for his portrayal of the lead character James Bond in several films of the eponymous series, including “Casino Royale, which won 28 awards, including a BAFTA for Best Sound, while it was nominated for 44 other awards.
He was raised in Chester alongside his older sister Lea, by their father Timothy John Wroughton Craig who was a midshipman in the Merchant Navy, and their mother Carol Olivia (nee Williams) who was an art teacher; Daniel’s father was also the owner of two pubs in Cheshire.
After his parents divorced, Daniel and his sister moved with their mother to the Wirral Peninsula, and he studied at the elementary school Hoylake. He continued his education at Hilbre High School, but moved to Calday Grange Grammar School when he was 16; Daniel matriculated in 1986, and then didn’t enroll at college.
He started acting when he was six years old, appearing in various school plays, and he was 16 when he joined the National Youth Theatre; Daniel practiced his acting skills at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and worked at restaurants to financially support himself. His first movie role was in the 1992 drama “The Power of One”, while a couple of his following appearances were in the action adventure series “Zorro”, the series “The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles”, and the 1995 fantasy movie “A Kid in King Arthur’s Court”.
In 2001, he portrayed one of the lead characters, Alex West, in the action fantasy adventure movie “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider”, directed by Simon West, and which also starred Angelina Jolie and Jon Voight. It follows Lara Croft who’s trying to find ancient artifacts before a group of mercenaries, and the movie won four of the 25 awards for which it was nominated. Some of Daniel’s other notable performances in the 2000s were in the 2003 biographical movie “Sylvia”, the 2004 psychological thriller movie “Enduring Love” and the 2007 science fiction horror film “The Invasion”.
He made a guest appearance in the 2015 epic space opera movie “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, and in 2019, he played the main character Benoit Blanc in the mystery movie “Knives Out”.
For his acting skills, Daniel has won 15 of the 57 awards for which he has been nominated, including a 2007 BAFTA Film Award nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role, for “Casino Royale”, and a 2014 Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Narrator, for “One Life”.
He’s a philanthropist, and has worked with various charity organizations, while mostly those which aim to help underprivileged children and terminally ill people; Daniel helped raise more than $90 million for Comic Relief, and over $1.5 million during the fundraiser Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
He was given American citizenship in 2019, and in March 2020, he was made an honorary Commander in the Royal Navy, which he received because his film character James Bond held the same rank.