Phoebe Harriet Dynevor
17 April 1995
Phoebe Harriet Dynevor (born 17 April 1995) is an English actress. She began her career as a child actress, appearing in the BBC school drama Waterloo Road (2009–2010). She is known for her starring role in Bridgerton (2020), a Netflix period drama. Her other work includes recurring roles in the BBC series Prisoners' Wives (2012–2013) and Dickensian (2015–2016), the TV Land comedy-drama Younger (2017–2021), as well as a main role in the Crackle crime series, Snatch (2017–2018).
Dynevor was born on 17 April 1995 in Trafford, Greater Manchester, to Emmerdale screenwriter Tim Dynevor and actress Sally Dynevor, who is widely known for her long-running role as Sally Webster on Coronation Street. Her paternal grandparents also worked in the television industry. She has a younger brother Samuel, and a younger sister Harriet. Dynevor attended Oakfield Nursery School in Altrincham, and then Cheadle Hulme School in Stockport, where she gained an A and two Bs in her A Levels while working as a child actress alongside her studies.
In 2009, at the age of 14, Dynevor landed her first role as Siobhan Mailey in the fifth series of Waterloo Road. Later, she made appearances in several British dramas such as Monroe and The Musketeers. She then had a supporting role in BBC drama Prisoners' Wives as a gangster's daughter Lauren. In 2014, she appeared in the second series of The Village and from 2015–2016 she played Martha Cratchit in Dickensian.
In 2016, it was announced that Dynevor would be starring alongside Luke Pasqualino and Rupert Grint in Crackle crime comedy series Snatch, making her American television debut. The series was released on 16 March 2017 and was later renewed for a second season. In 2017, Dynevor joined the cast of TV Land comedy-drama series Younger in a recurring role of Clare.
|2009–2010||Waterloo Road||Siobhan Mailey||Series regular, 20 episodes|
|2011||Monroe||Phoebe Cormack||Episode 1.4|
|2012–2013||Prisoners' Wives||Lauren||Recurring role, 10 episodes|
|2014||The Village||Phoebe Rundle||Recurring role, 6 episodes|
|2015||The Musketeers||Camille||Episode: "The Prodigal Father"|
|2015–2016||Dickensian||Martha Cratchit||Recurring role, 11 episodes|
|2016||The Nature of Daylight||Phoebe||Short film|
|2017–2018||Snatch||Lottie Mott||Main role, 20 episodes|
|2017–present||Younger||Clare||Recurring role, 11 episodes|
|2020||Bridgerton||Daphne Bridgerton||Main role|
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