Fiona Loudon Biography
Fiona Loudon is a Scottish actress best known as the first and ex-wife of Daniel Craig, an English actor. Daniel is globally recognized for his role as James Bond, an iconic British spy in the film “Casino Royale.”
Fiona Loudon Age and Birthday
How old is Fiona? Fiona is 55 years old as of 2023. She was born on May 5, 1968, in Scotland. Her birthday is always celebrated on May 5th of every year.
Fiona Loudon Nationality and Ethnicity
Fiona holds Scottish nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in Scotland. She belongs to the White-Scottish ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Fiona Loudon Height
How tall is Loudon? She stands at an average height of 5 feet 6inches (1.68 m)
Fiona Loudon Family
Fiona was born and raised in Scotland by her parents. Though, information regarding her family members including her father, mother and siblings and currently under review.
Fiona Loudon Husband
Is Fiona married? Fiona was once married to her English ex-husband Daniel Craig. The couple got through a private wedding ceremony in 1992 and later in 1994, the duo divorced. She decided against marrying again and raised her daughter as a single mother in London.
Fiona Loudon Ella Craig and Daughter
Fiona and her ex-husband Daniel do share a daughter by the name of Ella Craig. Her daughter Ella is also an actress. Ella’s acting journey started with stage productions at Shakespeare and Company. In 2017, she made her mark by starring in the captivating short film ‘Maneater’, which explores the challenges faced by a young woman navigating the complexities of modern dating. The following year, she showcased her talent in the thought-provoking movie ‘Trauma is a Time Machine’. Alongside her acting career, Ella has garnered a substantial following on Instagram, captivating her fans with candid snapshots that include behind-the-scenes moments and cherished family photos.
Fiona Loudon Net Worth
Fiona Loudon is a Scottish actress with an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Fiona Loudon Daniel Craig
Fiona is the first and ex-wife of Daniel Craig. Daniel Craig is an English actor born on 2 March 1968, in Chester, Cheshire, England. He is the son of Carol Olivia Williams and Timothy John Wroughton Craig.
Daniel Craig is well known for playing the fictional secret agent James Bond for five installments in the film series, from Casino Royale (2006) up to No Time to Die (2021). Craig embarked on his professional journey in the realm of theater, gracing the stage with his presence. He initiated his acting career with the theatrical piece titled “The Power of One” in 1992, and it was through the drama series “Our Friends in the North” in 1996 that he truly rose to prominence. His exceptional talent was acknowledged through noteworthy supporting roles in acclaimed movies such as “Elizabeth” (1998), “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider” (2001), “Road to Perdition” (2002), “Layer Cake” (2004), and “Munich” (2005).
In 2006, Craig donned the iconic role of Bond in “Casino Royale,” a reboot of the legendary Bond franchise. The film garnered favorable reviews from critics, propelling Craig to earn a nomination for the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. Apart from his notable appearances as Bond, Craig showcased his versatility in other films, including the fantasy adventure “The Golden Compass” (2007), the compelling drama “Defiance” (2008), the captivating science fiction Western “Cowboys & Aliens” (2011), the gripping mystery thriller “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” (2011), and the enthralling heist film “Logan Lucky” (2017). His exceptional portrayal of Detective Benoit Blanc in the comedy-mystery films “Knives Out” (2019) and “Glass Onion” (2022) earned him two Golden Globe Award nominations.
In 2011, Craig ventured into Broadway, marking his debut with the revival of Harold Pinter’s “Betrayal,” where he shared the stage with his wife, the talented actress Rachel Weisz. Further showcasing his theatrical prowess, he took on the role of Iago in the New York Theatre Workshop production of “Othello” in 2016. Returning to the grand stage in 2022, he took on the titular character in “Macbeth” alongside Ruth Negga.