Phoebe Waller-Bridge

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge
Waller-Bridge seated
Waller-Bridge in May 2018
Born (1985-07-14) 14 July 1985 (age 35)
Occupation
  • Actress
  • writer
  • producer
Years active2007–present
Spouse(s)
(
m. 2014; div. 2018)
RelativesIsobel Waller-Bridge (sister)

Phoebe Mary Waller-Bridge (born 14 July 1985) is an English actress, writer, and producer. She is best known as the creator, writer, and star of the BBC tragicomedy series Fleabag (2016–2019). She was also the head writer and executive producer for the first series of the BBC America thriller series Killing Eve (2018–present), which she adapted for television. Both Fleabag and Killing Eve have been highly acclaimed and named among the 100 greatest television series of the 21st century by The Guardian, with the former ranked at No. 8 and the latter at No. 30.[1]

For Fleabag, Waller-Bridge received the British Academy Television Award for Best Female Comedy Performance, three Primetime Emmy Awards (Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series, and Outstanding Comedy Series),[2] and two Golden Globe Awards (Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy and Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy).[3]

Waller-Bridge created, wrote and starred in the Channel 4 comedy series Crashing (2016). She starred in the comedy series The Café (2011–2013) and the second series of crime drama series Broadchurch (2015). She has appeared in films such as Albert Nobbs (2011), The Iron Lady (2011), Goodbye Christopher Robin (2017), and as L3-37 in the Star Wars film Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018). Waller-Bridge also contributed to the screenplay of the upcoming James Bond film No Time to Die (2020).[4]

Early life[edit]

Phoebe Mary Waller-Bridge was born in West London on 14 July 1985,[5] the daughter of Theresa Mary Waller-Bridge (née Clerke) and Michael Cyprian Waller-Bridge.[6] Her father founded the electronic trading platform Tradepoint, while her mother works for the Worshipful Company of Ironmongers.[7][8][9] The Waller-Bridge family were landed gentry of Cuckfield, Sussex.[10][11] On her father's side, she is also a descendant of The Rev. Sir Egerton Leigh, 2nd Baronet, Conservative MP for Mid Cheshire from 1873 to his death in 1876.[12][13] Her maternal grandfather was Sir John Edward Longueville Clerke, 12th baronet, of Hitcham, Buckinghamshire.[14]

Waller-Bridge grew up in London's Ealing district,[15][16] and has two siblings: an older sister named Isobel Waller-Bridge, a composer with whom she has collaborated, and a younger brother named Jasper, a music manager.[17] Her parents are divorced.[18] She was educated at St Augustine's Priory, a Catholic independent school for girls,[19] followed by the independent sixth form college DLD College London in the Marylebone area of London.[20] She graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London.[21]

Career[edit]

In 2009, Waller-Bridge starred in the play Roaring Trade at Soho Theatre.[22] In 2013, Waller-Bridge appeared in one episode of Bad Education as "India". She appeared in the second series of drama Broadchurch in 2015.

In addition to acting, Waller-Bridge is a playwright. Her work includes the series of plays Good. Clean. Fun.[23] In 2016, Waller-Bridge wrote and starred in the Channel 4 sitcom Crashing and BBC Three's adaptation of Fleabag.[24][25]

After its initial release on BBC Three, Fleabag was broadcast on BBC Two from August 2016. It was picked up by the on-demand Amazon Video service and premiered in the United States in September 2016.[26][27] For her performance in the series she won the British Academy Television Award for Best Female Comedy Performance and was nominated for a Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series. Fleabag's second and final series aired in 2019. For the second series, Waller-Bridge received Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series, and Outstanding Comedy Series.[28][29]

Waller-Bridge (center) at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2013

Waller-Bridge is the co-artistic director, with Vicky Jones,[7] of DryWrite Theatre Company.[30][31][32] The two met and became friends while working on theatre productions.[33]

Waller-Bridge voiced and performed droid L3-37 in the Star Wars film Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018).[34][35]

Waller-Bridge wrote and produced the thriller television series Killing Eve based on novels by Luke Jennings.[36] The BBC America series stars Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer and premiered in April 2018 to critical acclaim.[37] For her work on the series, she received nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series and the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series, the latter as a producer.

In March 2019, HBO ordered the series Run, which was executive-produced by Waller-Bridge and starred Domhnall Gleeson and Merritt Wever in lead roles.[38] Waller-Bridge also featured in the series with a recurring role as the character Laurel.[39] It was cancelled after one season.[40]

In 2019, Waller-Bridge co-wrote the screenplay for No Time to Die (2020), the 25th James Bond film, along with Neal Purvis and Robert Wade. It was stated she was brought on to introduce "more humour and the offbeat style of writing she is best known for."[41][42]

Personal life[edit]

Waller-Bridge lives in the Shoreditch area of London. She married Irish presenter and documentary filmmaker Conor Woodman in 2014.[16] By 2017, they had separated and filed for divorce, which was finalised in 2018.[43] Since early 2018, she has been in a relationship with English-Irish playwright Martin McDonagh.[7]

She describes herself as an atheist, although she says she "hopped around a bit from religion to religion" while growing up in London.[44]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Phoebe Waller-Bridge film work
Year Title Role Notes
2009 The Reward Charlotte Short film
2011 Beautiful Enough Composer (voice) Short film
Meconium Lorna Short film
Albert Nobbs Viscountess Yarrell
The Iron Lady Susie
2015 Man Up Katie
2017 Goodbye Christopher Robin Mary Brown
2018 Solo: A Star Wars Story L3-37
2019 National Theatre Live: Fleabag Fleabag Also writer
2020 No Time to Die N/A Screenwriter

Television[edit]

Phoebe Waller-Bridge television work
Year Title Credited as Role Notes
Actress Creator Writer Executive
Producer
2009 Doctors Yes No No No Katie Burbridge Episode: "Chef's Secret"
2010 How Not to Live Your Life Yes No No No Felicity Episode: "Don's Posh Weekend"
2011 The Night Watch Yes No No No Lauren Television film
2011–2013 The Café Yes No No No Chloe Astill 13 episodes
2013 Coming Up Yes No No No Karen Episode: "Henry"
London Irish Yes No No No Steph Episode: "#1.2"
Bad Education Yes No No No India Episode: "Drugs"
2014 Blandings Yes No No No Felicity Episode: "Custody of the Pumpkin"
Glue Yes No No No Bee Warwick 2 episodes
Drifters No No Yes No None 3 episodes
2015 Broadchurch Yes No No No Abby Thompson 8 episodes
Flack Yes No No No Eve Television film
2016 Crashing Yes Yes Yes Yes Lulu 6 episodes
2016–2019 Fleabag Yes Yes Yes Yes Fleabag 12 episodes
2018–present Killing Eve No Yes Yes Yes None 24 episodes
2019 Saturday Night Live Yes No No No Herself (host) Episode: "Phoebe Waller-Bridge/Taylor Swift"
2020 Run Yes No No Yes Laurel Halliday 3 episodes
His Dark Materials Yes No No No Sayan Kötör (voice)

Theatre[edit]

Phoebe Waller-Bridge theatre work
Year Title Role Venue Ref.
2007 Is Everyone OK? Performer Latitude Festival, Suffolk [45][46]
Crazy Love Billie Paines Plough [47]
2008 Twelfth Night Viola Sprite Productions [48]
2009 Roaring Trade Jess Soho Theatre, London [49]
2 May 1997 Sarah The Bush Theatre, London [49]
Rope Leila Arden Almeida Theatre, London [49]
2010 Like a Fishbone Intern The Bush Theatre, London [49]
Tribes Ruth Royal Court Theatre, London [49]
2011 Hay Fever Sorel Bliss Noël Coward Theatre, London [49][50]
2012 Mydidae Marian Soho Theatre, London
Trafalgar Studios, West End
[51]
2013–2019 Fleabag Fleabag Underbelly, Cowgate
Salisbury Playhouse
SoHo Playhouse
Wyndham's Theatre
[52]
[53]
[54]
[55]
2014 The One Jo Soho Theatre, London [56]

Works and publications[edit]

  • Waller-Bridge, Phoebe (1 January 2013). Fleabag. London: Nick Hern Books. ISBN 978-1-84-842364-0. OCLC 894546593.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award nominations for Phoebe Waller-Bridge
Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2013 Evening Standard Award Most Promising Playwright Fleabag Nominated [57]
2014 Critics' Circle Theatre Award Most Promising Playwright Won [58]
Laurence Olivier Award Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theatre Nominated [59]
The Off West End Theatre Award Best Female Performance Won [60]
Most Promising New Playwright[60] Won
2016 Critics' Choice Television Award Best Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated [61]
Best Comedy Series Nominated
2017 Royal Television Society Award Breakthrough Star Won [62]
Writer – Comedy Won
BAFTA TV Craft Award Best Writer – Comedy Nominated [63]
Breakthrough Talent Award Crashing / Fleabag Nominated
BAFTA TV Award Best Female Performance in a Comedy Fleabag Won [64]
Best Scripted Comedy Nominated
Gold Derby Award Best Comedy Actress Nominated [65]
Best Breakthrough Performer of the Year Nominated
Best Comedy Series Nominated
TCA Award Individual Achievement in Comedy Nominated [66]
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Nominated
Gotham Award Breakthrough Series – Long Form Nominated [67]
2018 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Killing Eve Nominated [68]
Gotham Award Breakthrough Series – Long Form Won [69]
2019 Golden Globe Award Best Television Series – Drama Nominated [70]
BAFTA TV Craft Award Best Writer – Drama Nominated [71]
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Solo Performance Fleabag Nominated [72]
Drama League Award Distinguished Performance Nominated [73]
TCA Award Individual Achievement in Comedy Won [74]
Program of the Year Won
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Won
Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Won [75]
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series Won
Outstanding Comedy Series Won
Outstanding Drama Series Killing Eve Nominated
Gold Derby Award Best Comedy Actress Fleabag Won [76]
Best Comedy Episode of the Year ("Episode 2.1") Won
Best Comedy Episode of the Year ("Episode 2.6") Nominated
Performer of the Year Won
Best Comedy Series Won
Best Drama Series Killing Eve Nominated
Britannia Award British Artist of the Year Herself Won [77]
2020 Satellite Award Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Series Fleabag Won [78]
Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Won
Golden Globe Award Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Won [79]
Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Won
Best Television Series – Drama Killing Eve Nominated
Critics' Choice Television Award Best Actress in a Comedy Series Fleabag Won [80]
Best Comedy Series Won
Dorian Award TV Comedy of the Year Won [81]
TV Performance of the Year—Actress Won
Wilde Wit of the Year Herself Won
Wilde Artist of the Decade Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Fleabag Won [82]
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated
BAFTA TV Craft Award Best Writer – Comedy Nominated [83]
BAFTA TV Award Best Female Performance in a Comedy Nominated
Best Scripted Comedy Nominated
Laurence Olivier Award Best Actress Pending [84]
Best Entertainment or Comedy Play Pending
Gold Derby Award Best Comedy Guest Actress Saturday Night Live Pending [85]
Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Pending [86]

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