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PHOTO: Ewan McGregor’s Daughter, Clara, Bitten On Face by Dog Ahead of Red Carpet Movie Premiere

by Jacklyn Krol
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Ewan McGregor’s daughter Clara hit the red carpet after she was bit by a dog on the face.

Clara McGregor is the 25-year-old daughter of Star Wars actor Ewan McGregor. On June 14, Clara revealed on social media that she was attacked by a dog. She managed to go to the ER just thirty minutes prior to The Birthday Cake Movie red carpet premiere.

“When a dog bite lands you in the ER 30 mins before the red carpet,” she captioned an Instagram post. “Thank you [The Mob Museum] for having us, [The Birthday Cake] comes out in theaters and on VOD June 18th!” She shared photos of her at the event in a Fendi suit. Additionally, Clara posted a photo in her hospital bed while flipping off the camera.

The apparent attack took place on June 11 according to reports. She was gearing up to attend the Las Vegas premiere for her new film. The crime movie stars her father, Ewan McGregor,  Val Kilmer and Ashley Benson. Clara was not acting in the film but was the co-producer. The Birthday Cake premieres on June 18.

On the tenth anniversary of his father’s death, a man has to deliver a cake to his uncle. While attempting to fulfill the request, he gets sucked into drama by his family’s mob.

Ewan McGregor and Clara’s Relationship

Ewan believes that she has helped keep him grounded over the years. Clara and Ewan have attended events

“I had Clara in my lap as a baby doing press at Cannes for Trainspotting,” McGregor told The Hollywood Reporter. “Ultimately, through all of that craziness and that time, I had that sort of safety line through my life, which was my work and family, that I could latch onto.”

Furthermore, Clara knew from a young age that she wanted to follow her father’s career path. Aside from acting, which is her first passion, she also models and works behind the scenes of movies.

“Growing up my parents would show me great films – I’d watch Charlie Chaplin, It’s a Wonderful Life, Harvey, The 400 Blows and a lot of French Cinema as well,” she told Wonderland. “I fell in love with film then, but even more so after visiting my father at work and seeing how it all happens. I was in awe on movie sets and always knew I had to end up on one.”