Phoebe Waller-Bridge biographyPhoebe Waller-Bridge is an English actress, filmmaker, and brilliant screenwriter, who won the hearts of the viewers not only with a subtle dramatic play and attractive appearance but also with unique sneering humor, which brought her world fame after the release of the television series Fleabag.
ChildhoodPhoebe Waller-Bridge (Phoebe Mary Waller-Bridge) is a native of London. Here, she was born on July 14, 1985, and became the middle child in the noble family of Michael and Theresa Waller-Bridge.
Among the ancestors of the actress, both on her father’s side and on her mother’s side, there are several famous historical figures, politicians, and statesmen who left a mark in the history of the United Kingdom.
Early careerIn 2009, the young actress first appeared on TV screens in episodes of the TV series How Not to Live Your Live and Doctors.
In the same year, the actress played a bit part in the biographical drama about Margaret Thatcher The Iron Lady, in which Meryl Streep and Jim Broadbent shone, after which she played in the sitcom The Café.
Best worksThe character of the nameless owner of a tiny snack bar, who was unsuccessfully trying to hide her vulnerability, looking like a strong and independent woman, glorified the name of the young Englishwoman to the whole world. Despite the abundance of specific jokes and deliberately grossly added sexual scenes, the subtle and ironic series of 2016 Fleabag became Phoebe’s visiting card, and she not only played the lead role in it but was also the scriptwriter and the director.
In the series Crashing, Phoebe played the poor-balanced girlfriend of the main character, performed by Damien Molony. Phoebe’s unique writing style (namely, she wrote the script for the series, and in less than a year) interested Netflix producers.