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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.
She is the daughter of Geraldine Chaplin, the granddaughter of English film star Charlie Chaplin, and the great-granddaughter of American playwright Eugene O'Neill.
Oona Chaplin was born in Madrid to Anglo-American actress Geraldine Chaplin and Chilean cinematographer Patricio Castilla, and was named after her maternal grandmother, Oona O'Neill Chaplin.
She spent her childhood mostly in Spain, Great Britain, Switzerland, and Cuba, but also travelled often because of her mother's film career.
During her time there, she appeared in several school plays, touring the United Kingdom in an adaptation of Romeo and Juliet and impersonating her grandfather in the role of Bottom in an adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream, which was performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.