Phoebe Harriet Dynevor (born April 17, 1995) is a British actress. He began his career as a child actor in a school drama Waterloo Road (2009-2010) on BBC One. She is known for his lead role in Bridgerton (2020), the Netflix period drama produced by Shondaland.
She has appeared in recurring roles in his other works, the BBC One series. Prisoner’s Wievs (2012-2013) and Dickens (2015-2016) starred in the comedy-drama Teen series and the Crackle crime series on the TV Land television channel. It is also possible to see him in the TV series Snatch (2017-2018).
Dynevor was born in Greater Manchester Trafford to Emmerdale screenwriter Tim Dynevor and actress Sally Dynevor, best known for her roles as Sally Webster on Coronation Street. She has a brother (Samuel) and sister (Harriet). She went to Oakfield Kindergarten in Altrincham and then to Cheadle Hulme School in Stockport. She currently lives in Hampstead, London.
In 2009, Dynevor got his first role as Siobhan Mailey in the fifth series of Waterloo Road. She has also acted in many British TV series such as Monroe and The Musketeers. She was portraying a character named Lauren, the daughter of a gangster, as a supporting actor in the BBC series Prisoners’ Wives. She starred in the second series of The Village in 2014 and played Martha Cratchit in Dickensian from 2015-2016.
In 2016, it was announced that Dynevor will star in the Crackle crime comedy series Snatch alongside Luke Pasqualino and Rupert Grint, and will make his American television debut. The series aired on March 16, 2017 and was later renewed for a second season. In 2017, she played the ongoing role of Clare in the Black comedy-drama series Genç on Dynevor TV Land channel.
The actress, who played Daphne Bridgerton in the Netflix hit, will star in a new Sky Original film
Phoebe Dynevor has landed her first major role since starring in Bridgerton.
The actress, who played Daphne Bridgerton in the Netflix hit, will star in new Sky Original film The Colour Room.
Phoebe, 25, will play the role of Clarice Cliff, a legendary ceramic artist from Stoke-on-Trent who rose to fame as a key figure for women in the workplace.
She’ll star alongside The Imitation Game’s Matthew Goode who takes on the role of Colley Shorter.