Daniel Craig, the Bond Isn’t a British: Study Says
The character of James Bond is considered as the most famous and complicated character ever created. Daniel Craig, the present bond, isn’t a British. It is discovered that 007 actor Daniel Craig has French ancestors. His ancestors were very adventures clergymen. According to famous show of BBC called Who Do You Think You’re, the 47-year-old Hollywood actor isn’t an original Englishman. The research shows that one of his famous descendants was a renowned navy officer.
Daniel Craig who has successfully played the fictional character 007 for three times hasn’t responded to the research. Now, he is going to play the world’s most famous fictional character for fourth time with upcoming movie called Spectre. He’s the second British person who played the role of Bond. The vintage actor Roger Moore was the first Englishman to play the Bond character onscreen seven times from 1973 to 1985. However, Daniel’s father was a famous officer with the then Merchant Navy during 60s; his paternal ancestry stretches back to prominent Huguenot minister called Daniel Chamier.
Born in the year of 1564 in the south area of France, Chamier soon became a key personality in the historic drafting of the year 1958 Edict of Nantes that granted his two million fellow Protestant Huguenots the official right to worship in the Catholic country. He was soon killed in the year of 1621 after King Louis XIII led a famous revolt against the then Huguenots. Later King Louis XIV revolt affected the Edict of Nantes. Hence, due to this danger, Chamiers had to leave France and arrived in Britain in the year of 1691.