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A multi-talented British actress, model, and director, Bonnie Francesca Wright is most known for her work in the “Harry Potter” film series. In the “Harry Potter” series, Francesca was chosen to play Ginny Weasley. Her brother believed she reminded him of the character, therefore she went to the tryouts for the part. Bonnie’s little appearance in the film “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” served as the launchpad for her acting career. She eventually gained notoriety when her character, Ginny Weasely, became the focus of the film series, depicting her exploits while attending Hogwarts and ultimately developing a romantic interest for “Harry Potter.” The author of the novel “Harry Potter,” J.K. Rowling, revealed that Bonnie was one of the seven cast members of the series who she refers to as “The Big Seven.” She has been praised and liked by reviewers and audiences for her portrayal. She also starred as Phoebe in the drama film “Before I Sleep” and as Little Girl Bandit in the adventure short “How (Not) To Rob a Train.”

Early Childhood & Life

Gary Wright and Sheila Teague welcomed Bonnie Francesca Wright into the world on February 17, 1991, in London, England, the United Kingdom. Bonnie’s parents, Wright& Teague, are both jewelry designers and business owners. They create their own works of art and display them in boutiques on Greek Street in Soho, Central London. For a number of projects, they have partnered with well-known companies including Swarovski, Oxfam, British Museum Gemfields, and World Gold Council.

Bonnie is of English descent because her parents were English when she was born. Lewis Wright, her older brother, encouraged her to apply for the Ginny role.

Bonnie received her primary education at Prior Weston Primary School in Islington before completing her high school studies at King Alfred School in North London. She is a skilled dancer who is familiar with many genres, including ballet, modern, and African dance. Bonnie Wright adores the arts and is a talented singer and pianist.

She attended London’s University of the Arts: London College of Study to complete her education while performing in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Parts 1 and 2. In 2012, she graduated from the college with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She chose the subject of Film and Television Production Manager because she wanted to work both in front of and behind the scenes in the industry.

Movies of Bonnie Wright

With her central roles in “Harry Potter & the Chamber of Secrets,” “Harry Potter & the Prisoner of Azkaban,” “Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire,” “Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix,” “Harry Potter & the Half-Blood Prince,” and “Harry Potter & the Deathly Hollows Part 1 & 2,” Bonnie received a lot of praise for her outstanding portrayal of Ginny in the entire Harry Potter film series. (2002-2011)
The story begins with Bonnie’s first encounter with Harry when she was a little child and follows her as she attends Hogwarts, fights alongside Lord Voldemort and the Death Eaters, and eventually becomes Harry’s wife and mother of his three children.

Both critics and audiences praised Bonnie’s performance as Ginny. Bonnie Wright makes Ginny Weasley’s impact resonate softly and brilliantly throughout the series, according to critics like Taran Adarsh.

Wright provided voices for the Harry Potter video games “Order of the Phoenix” and “Deathly Hallows — Part 1,” and she also appeared as Vanessa in Disney’s “The Replacements” (2007).
In the movies “The Sea,” “After the Dark,” and “Geography of the Heart,” she played the young nurse Rose, Georgia, and Mia, respectively (2013-2014). In the comedy “My Dad is Scrooge,” she provided the voice of Connie. She then played the role of Zoe in the (unreleased) movie “Those Who Wander,” which was shown in Ridgefield Playhouse Theatres (2014-2015).

Bonnie’s subsequent role was Diane in the 2016 film “Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg.” She is now busy filming the movie “The Highway is for Gamblers.” When Nikki Reed’s character, Heidi, gets lost at a rodeo, Bonnie has to scour the desert for her. Nikki Reed plays Heidi.

Theater and television

The television movie “Stranded” (2002) and the play “Agatha Christie: A Life in Pictures” both featured Bonnie in significant parts as a young Sarah Robinson and Agatha Christie, respectively (2004).
The British Theatre Guide website and the neighborhood newspaper Evening Standard both gave her theatrical performance as “The Girl,” Daughter of the Marshall in Peter Ustinov’s play “The Moment of Truth,” which was produced in the Southwark Playhouse theatres (2013), favorable reviews.

Script and director The 2012 film “Separate We Come, Separate We Go,” directed and written by writer Bonnie, received favorable reviews from critics. It was shown at the Cannes Film Festival in the category of short films.

She directed the music videos for the songs “Dreaming” by vocalist Sophie Lowe and “Sea Ess” by musician George Shuster (2013,2014). In 2014, Bonnie founded her own production company, Bon Bon Lumiere, and directed the short film “Know Thyself,” which she also wrote and produced. The short film “Fade to Gold,” which Wright directed after being hired by LoveGold, highlights her parents’ lives and jewelry creations.

As of 2016, she has taken on the roles of director and producer for the movie version of novelist AS Byatt’s short story “Medusas Ankles” (post production status). She is now working on the pre-production for “Have a Nice Day,” her debut feature.

Diva/Humanitarian

Bonnie was in second on the Top 30 Under 30 list of Portrait Magazine in 2009, and she took home the Most Edgy Look prize at the Rodial Beautiful Awards in 2011. She has appeared in publications such as Grazia, Entertainment Weekly, Evening Standard, Vanity, and others. She appeared in a photo shoot for InStyle Magazine UK’s Best of British Talent and was named one of the 35 Most Stylish Women of 2010 by Glamour Magazine UK.

Additionally, she holds a modeling contract with the Next Models Agency and has catwalk for fashion designer Katie Earl in a 2011 London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter show.
Bonnie represents the Made-By non-profit company as its brand ambassador.

She represents Oxfam and the Global Poverty Projects as a charity ambassador. Bonnie traveled to Senegal to acquire a better understanding of the food crisis that the Sahel region of West Africa is currently experiencing. She also posed for the Oxfam Lift Lives for Good campaign and her parents’ joint Oxfam: The Circle clothing line.

Wright, who is also a Lumos Ambassador, visited Haiti to learn why and how to support children who need families rather than orphanages.

Individual Life of Bonnie Wright

Jamie Campbell Bower, a fellow British actor, and Bonnie began dating in 2010. They became engaged in 2011. They did not have a long-term romance and split up in 2012.
She is currently stable and has been engaged to Simon Hammerstein since 2013. He is a vocalist and the proprietor of the “Box” nightclub in Manhattan.

Gross Value of Bonnie Wright

Bonnie’s estimated net worth as of  2022 is $20 million.

Trivia

Bonnie Wright enjoys surfing and playing soccer.
Nicole Kidman is her favorite actress, while The Killers are her favorite band.
She enjoys the arts and favors clay modeling overpainting.