Bonnie Wright


Bonnie is best known for her role as Ginny Weasley in J K Rowling’s Harry Potter (she was cast aged 9) alongside Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint. It was Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets where her role became much more significant when she was possessed by The Dark Lord. She went onto star in all 10 of the Harry Potter films, during which time she also managed to fit in a starring role in the BBC’s Agatha Christie’s A Life in Pictures.

Bonnie has become quite the fashionista and constantly on the best dressed/most stylish lists.  She also starred in Sweat, part of a series of short films from Geography of a Hapless Heart 2 where she played the lead with co-stars including Douglas Booth. In 2012 she graduated from University of the Arts London with a BA in film, majoring in directing and writing. Her graduation film Separate We Come, Separate We Go starring David Thewlis was premiered at Cannes Film Festival 2012. Since then she has been directing short music videos and films for a variety of exciting up and coming artists and musicians.

2013 saw Bonnie star in The Philosophers, Before I Sleep and The Sea, a screen adaption of the award-winning novel by John Banville along side Ciran Hinds, Sinead Cusack and Charlotte Rampling.

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