Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Phoebe Waller-Bridge graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 2006 and began her career by performing in various plays across London, co-founding the theatre company DryWrite with her friend Vicky Jones. Alongside stage work, she appeared in films and series like Broadchurch. Although she unsuccessfully auditioned for Downton Abbey, her dramatic essay left a lasting impression.
In 2013, Waller-Bridge debuted her one-woman show, Fleabag, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where it garnered acclaim and awards. This success led her to create the series Crashing for the BBC in 2016, followed by adapting Fleabag for television. The show quickly became a cultural phenomenon, showcasing her as a prominent actress and writer known for her sharp humor and candid storytelling.
She further solidified her reputation with Killing Eve on BBC America in 2018, a series she developed, produced, and scripted. Waller-Bridge also voiced the droid L3-37 in Solo: A Star Wars Story the same year. While Fleabag concluded after two seasons and Killing Eve continued, she co-produced HBO's Run, created by Vicky Jones.
In 2019, Waller-Bridge was enlisted by Daniel Craig to enhance the script for No Time to Die, the twenty-fifth James Bond film. Though she briefly engaged with the Mr. and Mrs. Smith series adaptation, starring opposite Donald Glover, she departed due to creative differences. She quickly rebounded by joining the cast of Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny in 2021, portraying Helena, the goddaughter of the iconic archaeologist played by Harrison Ford.



IF (2024)

- Blossom (voice)