Bonnie Wright Biography

Bonnie Wright (Bonnie Francesca Wright) was born on 17th February 1991 in London, United Kingdom. She is a British film director, model and actress who is popular for her role on Harry Potter.

Wright attended Prior Weston Primary School and later the King Alfred School in North London for her secondary education. During the filming of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 and Part 2, she began attending London’s University of the Arts: London College of Communication, to begin studies as a Film and Television Production Manager. In 2012, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Bonnie Wright Model

Wright has her own profile page at Next Models Agency. She was named the winner of the Most Edgy Look Award at the 2011 Rodial Beautiful Awards. Also in 2011, Wright appeared in a fashion spread for The Financial Times’ luxury lifestyle magazine How to Spend It.

Wright participated as a catwalk model for fashion designer Katie Eary at an Autumn/Winter 2011 show during London Fashion Week. In August 2013, Wright participated along with Phoebe Collings James and Clara Paget, who teamed up with jeweller designer Dominic Jones modelling southsea deckchairs in aid of World Land Trust and Winchester School of Art charity.

Bonnie Wright Harry Potter

Wright appears in the first film, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, only in a small scene set at London King’s Cross railway station, where her character and her mother Molly meet Harry Potter as four of her older brothers board the Hogwarts express. Her role became much more prominent in the second film, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, in which her character begins studies at Hogwarts and encounters a secret diary that begins to control her actions.

Bonnie Wright Age

She was born on 17th February 1991 in London, United Kingdom as the second child of Sheila Teague and Gary Wright.

Bonnie Wright Family

His parents are Sheila Teague and Gary Wright, owners of the jewellery company Wright & Teague.She has an older brother, Lewis Wright.

Bonnie Wright Husband

She has never been married but she started dating fellow Harry Potter actor Jamie Campbell Bower since February 2010 and they were engaged. They called off their engagement on 30 June 2012.

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Bonnie Wright Boyfriend

Bonnie Wright and Harry Potter co-star Jamie Campbell Bower got engaged in 2011, but split the following year. In 2014, Bonnie opened up about her relationship with boyfriend Simon Hammerstein. She told the Evening Standard at the time, “We got on really well. That’s why we’re still together. London’s such a melting pot that you can always find lovely people. It’s nice being with someone who respects the arts so we talk about everything together.”

The couple was still together in 2015, but their relationship status is currently unknown.  Bonnie Wright has also been in relationships with Jacob Artist (2013 – 2014) and Simon Hammerstein (2012).

Bonnie Wright Engagement – Bonnie Wright Married

Bonnie Wright and Harry Potter co-star Jamie Campbell Bower got engaged in 2011, but split the following year.

Bonnie Wright Height

She stands at ‎5 ft 6 in/ 168 cm.

Bonnie Wright Brother

She has an older brother, Lewis.

Bonnie Wright Movies

  • 2001: Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone
  • 2010: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1
  • 2009: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
  • 2011: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2
  • 2002: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
  • 2005: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
  • 2004: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
  • 2007: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  • 2013: The Philosophers
  • 2013: Geography of the Hapless Heart
  • 2004: Agatha Christie: A Life in Pictures
  • 2013: Before I Sleep
  • 2014: Those Who Wander
  • 2012: Separate We Come, Separate We Go
  • 2015: Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg?
  • 2013: The Sea
  • 2014: My Dad Is Scrooge
  • 2010: Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey
  • 2002: Stranded
  • 2014: How (Not) to Rob a Train
  • 2014: Know Thyself

Bonnie Wright TV Shows

  • Since 2004: Agatha Christie: A Life in Pictures
  • 50 Greatest Harry Potter Moments
  • Since 2002: Stranded
  • 2009 – 2017: The Vampire Diaries
  • Since 2014: How to Get Away with Murder

Bonnie Wright Interview

Source: BBC UK

When did you first read the “Harry Potter” books, and what did you think of them?

Bonnie Wright: I had a few of them before we started the first movie and I was a very big fan then. I thought they were great books and my brother always said I was a lot like Ginny!

What was the best moment of the shoot for you?

Bonnie Wright: Just going to the studio every day was great. All the sets were wonderful and I liked every scene.

What was it like working with Julie Walters as on your on-screen mum?

Bonnie Wright: She’s a really great person and she’s really funny. They were both really ideal screen parents [Mark Williams plays Arthur Weasley], because they’re not mean in any way and they don’t act as if you’re a fake daughter or son.

How have you found the pressures of stardom?

Bonnie Wright: I have had a few people recognise me in public. But I wouldn’t like everybody to recognise me. I can still walk across the street and not be noticed. If I was Daniel Radcliffe I think I would find it much harder to deal with.

What advice have your friends given you?

Bonnie Wright: My friends and family have been really proud of me and always talking about the film. For me, it’s a really nice thing to have a lot of people supporting you through the actual thing.

If you could cast a spell, what would it be?

Bonnie Wright: If I wanted to cast a bad one, I’d definitely do it to someone I didn’t like. I like the spell in the first film when Dudley Dursley gets a pig’s tail. That was quite funny. I suppose it’s not really a spell, but I’d like to fly a broom in real life. That would be really cool.

What was the last film you saw?

Bonnie Wright: I watched “Bend it Like Beckham” on DVD. The acting was really good and the whole idea was excellent. It was a real-life story about people doing things that their parents don’t think is a good idea. I like sports quite a lot, and a lot of boys think that girls can’t play sports so it proves that a lot of us actually do.

What would you like your next role to be?

Bonnie Wright: I’d like to play something that’s more modern without all the magic. The last film I did [TV movie Stranded, based on the story of the Swiss Family Robinson] was set in the past, so I’d like to do something that’s more up-to-date.

 Bonnie Wright Video

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