Bonnie Wright: This Is What "Ginny Weasley" From 'Harry Potter' Looks Like In 2021
Bonnie Wright became famous all over the world when she first starred as "Ginny Weasley" in the Harry Potter movies at the age of just ten. But what is the gorgeous actress doing today and what does she look like in 2021?
When she was just ten years old, Bonnie Wright got her big break as an actress. In 2000, she was cast in the role of "Ginny Weasley" and first appeared in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in 2001 alongside Daniel Radcliffe ("Harry Potter") and Rupert Grint ("Ron Weasley").
She then also starred in all other seven movies of the Harry Potter franchise, which ended with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 in 2011.
Bonnie Wright: Actress, screenwriter and director
And the actress sure has changed - the once cute little girl is now 29 years old and a beautiful young woman. While shooting the final two Harry Potter movies, she enrolled at the London College of Communications for studies as a Film and Television Production Manager and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 2012.
She also made her screenwriting debut in 2012 with the short film Separate We Come, Separate We Go, which she also directed. The film actually premiered at the Cannes Film Festival short film corner in May 2012.
In 2013, Wright starred in the movie Before I Sleep as well as co-starring in the drama The Sea alongside Charlotte Rampling and Natasha McElhone. Bonnie Wright has mainly been working as a director in the last few years and she's directed a number of short films.
Her most recent larger acting role was in the 2015 British independent film Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg?. She also appeared in the 2018 movie A Christmas Carol.
You can check her out next in the film Those Who Wander!
Bonnie Wright: Is she single?
Between 2010 and 2012, Bonnie Wright was in a relationship with fellow Harry Potter star Jamie Campbell Bower. The couple got engaged in 2011 but called off their engagement in the Summer of 2012. She has since been linked to entrepreneur Simon Hammerstein, who owns clubs in London as well as in New York City.