Watson rose to prominence as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter film series, appearing in all eight Harry Potter films from to , previously having acted only in school plays. She continued to work outside of the Harry Potter films, first lending her voice to The Tale of Despereaux and appearing in the television adaptation of the novel Ballet Shoes. As a fashion consultant, she helped create a line of clothing for People Tree. Casting agents found Watson through her Oxford theatre teacher, and producers were impressed by her confidence.
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The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory CSHL , the New York facility where Dr Watson worked for nearly four decades and which has a school named after him, said that it was acting in response to his remarks made in a television documentary which aired earlier this month. The year-old geneticist resigned under fire from his laboratory in after telling a British newspaper that people of African descent tend to have lower intelligence. Today's 10 most influential scientists and their discoveries However, in the new PBS documentary titled American Masters: Decoding Watson, when asked about his views on race in the decade since his departure from the lab, Dr Watson said he stood by his former remarks, citing the difference in IQ tests results to suggest black inferiority. While the DNA pioneer also expressed his hope for everyone to be equal, he added that "people who have to deal with black employees found this is not true".