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Bonnie Francesca Wright (born 17 February 1991) is an English actress, film director, screenwriter, model and producer. She is best known for playing the role of in the, based on the by British author.


Early life[]

Bonnie Wright was born in London, the second child of Sheila Teague and Gary Wright, owners of the jewellery company Wright & Teague. She has an older brother, Lewis.[] Wright attended Prior Weston Primary School and later the in for her secondary education.

During the filming of and, she began attending London's :, to begin studies as a, because of her plans to continue acting and to work behind-the-scenes after filming. In 2012, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree.


2001–2011: Harry Potter series[]

Wright in 2010 at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter

Wright auditioned for the role of because her big brother said she reminded him of the character. Wright appears in the first film,, only in a small scene set at, where her character and her mother meet as four of her older brothers board the express. Her role became much more prominent in the second film,, in which her character begins studies at and encounters a secret that begins to control her actions.

Wright had limited screen time in the third film, but had a large supporting role in the fourth film,.

In Wright played a central role, joining and eventually participating in the climactic scene in which the DA and the battle and his. Wright's central role continued in where she became an important for the Gryffindor team and, ultimately Harry Potter's true love interest.

In Parts and, Wright again reprised her central role for the last time. In these films she was seen most particularly in scenes before the three protagonists went in search of Horcruxes, The final Battle of Hogwarts and in the Epilogue set nineteen years later.

Wright has also provided the voice of Ginny in the video game versions of ; and. Wright is one of the thirteen actors who has appeared in all eight films of the Harry Potter franchise. All the Harry Potter films were critical and high commercial successes. All the films as of 2014 have found places in.

Wright received several positive reviews for her portrayal of Ginny Weasley. wrote: "Bonnie Wright's Ginny intrigues as the sort of initial plain Jane who keeps growing on you." Comingsoon.net wrote "that If someone told me eight years ago that Bonnie Wright, introduced as Ginny Weasley in the first movie, would turn into such a strong dramatic actress who could carry scenes as well as the three leads, I wouldn't have believed it," and who also wrote "Ginny (Bonnie Wright) in particular shines through, building on the power she gained in the last film to become an independent young woman that proves more complex with every scene". While critic Taran Adarsh said, "[Bonnie] Wright makes her impact feel nicely and beautifully as Ginny Weasley throughout the Harry Potter Series."

Harry Potter author gave a speech during the world premiere of the eighth and final film on 7 July 2011 in London, England. She announced that there are seven Harry Potter film series cast members to whom she refers as "The Big Seven". She named Wright as one of the seven members, along with,,,, and.

2012–present: subsequent acting work[]

Wright co-starred in two TV movies that were (2002) as the younger version of Sarah Robinson and (2004), where she played the younger version of writer.

In 2007, she guest starred on the 's, where she voiced Vanessa in the second-season premiere titled "London Calling".[]

In 2013, she co-starred in opposite,,,,, and. The film premiered at the 2013. Afterwards, she co-starred in, based on a John Bansville novel, as Rose the young nursemaid. The film premiered in competition at on 23 June 2013, and had its North American premiere at the.

The same year, (2013), she made her stage debut in the role of The Girl in 's.

The play was performed at the in London on 26 June 2013 prior to an official opening on 28 June 2013 for a four-week run through 20 July 2013. Wright received positive reviews for her stage debut performance in The Moment of Truth play; the wrote "Bonnie Wright makes clear in her performance, she is motivated by love for her father and movingly has to face rejection from her gas-masked lover when he returns as liberator".

reviewer opined that "Bonnie Wright, in her stage debut, is perfectly acceptable as the Girl". In 2014, she took part in : she won the first episode, being named the "Star Baker".

In 2014, Wright co-starred opposite, and her Harry Potter co-star in the American film (formerly known as The Philosophers), directed by John Huddles and began filming July 2011 in, Indonesia. Wright played Georgina, one of the students. The film premiered at on 7 July 2013. The film was released on 7 February 2014.

In late 2014, she appeared in the short film How (Not) to Rob a Train as a bandit, and as the character Mia in the short film Sweat which is one of five film segments for the feature length anthology film Geography of the Heart about "the complexity of intimacy, shot in five international locations around the world." She voiced a character in the animated film My Dad Is Scrooge.

Wright has completed Abigail Schwarz's comedy, produced by Nicola Scandiffio. and the adventure film Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg?.

In 2014, she signed on to co-star in 's thriller The Highway is for Gamblers, with,, and. The filming is scheduled to start in mid-November 2014 and is set in California's San Bernardino County.


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 ' luxury lifestyle magazine. The shoot, which took place at the, was dedicated to capturing the languor of 's paintings.

Wright participated as a catwalk model for fashion designer Katie Eary at an Autumn/Winter 2011 show during.[] 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.

Screenwriting, directing and producing[]

Wright made her screenwriting and directorial debut for her graduation film starring her Potter co-star.[39] The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival short film corner and screen at the BAFTA Graduate.

Wright has her own production company, Bon Bon Lumiere.

In December 2013, Wright directed her After the Dark co-star, in her music video "Dreaming". The video was shot across. They filmed the video without any help, in the car of Lowe's friend. Wright filmed Lowe from the front seat of the car while Lowe was sitting in the back seat trying to create the feeling of drifting.

In May 2014, Wright wrote and directed another short film Know Thyself, starring her Harry Potter co-star.

In February 2016, she announced on her verified account that the Know Thyself film is to premiere at the New Film Makers New York at the Anthology Film Archive on the 10 February 2016.

In July 2014, Wright directed the short film Fade to Gold for her jewellery-designer parents, Gary Wright and Sheila Teague, from Wright and Teague and LoveGold. The film showcases her parents' creative design of their jewellery, and there was a competition to win Wright's favourite pieces of Wright and Teague's jewellery.

In January 2016, Wright made an announcement on her verified account that her next directorial project is Medusa's Ankles, a short story by author.

Personal life[]

In February 2010, Wright confirmed she was dating fellow Harry Potter actor. Wright and Bower called off their engagement on 30 June 2012.


Film and television[]


Video games[]


Year Film Role Notes 2012 Director only, directorial debut Premiered at the Cannes Film Festival short film corner. 2013 Dreaming Director Music Video 2014 Sea Ess 2014 Know Thyself Writer, Director and Producer Short film.

Premiered at the New Film Makers New York at Anthology Film Archive in 2016.

2014 Fade to Gold Director Short film for LoveGold and Wright and Teague. 2018 Medusa's Ankles Short Film based on Medusa's Ankles by author A. S. Byatt. Taught You How To Feel Music Video Iguana Bird


Year Film Role Notes 2012 Screenwriter only, screenwriting debut Premiered at the Cannes Film Festival short film corner

Awards and nominations[]

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