Phoebe Waller-Bridge has a ravishing body and is an inspiration to many. Being the star of the red carpet means people will be interested in the actor’s body measurements. Luckily we have summarized all body measurements below!
Phoebe Waller-Bridge is an English actress, writer, and producer who created, wrote, and starred in the Channel 4 comedy-drama series Crashing and the BBC tragicomedy series Fleabag. Waller-Bridge is also notable for acting roles in the comedy series The Café and the second series of crime drama Broadchurch and has appeared in several films, including Albert Nobbs, The Iron Lady, Goodbye Christopher Robin, and as L3-37 in the Star Wars film Solo: A Star Wars Story. She was also the show-runner and executive producer for the first series of the BBC America thriller series Killing Eve. She received the Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series for Fleabag in 2016. Born Phoebe Mary Waller-Bridge on July 14, 1985 in Ealing, London, United Kingdom, to parents Theresa Mary and Michael Cyprian Waller-Bridge, she has an older brother named Jasper and a younger sister named Isobel. She attended the St Augustine’s Priory, a Catholic independent school for girls, followed by the independent sixth form college DLD College London in the Marylebone area of London. She graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She was married to director Conor Woodman from 2014 to 2018. She has been in a relationship with writer-director Martin McDonagh since 2018.
She married director Conor Woodman. She has an older brother named Jasper and a younger sister named Isobel.
She co-stars with Ben Aldridge on Fleabag.
Body Measurements Statistics
All Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.
|Breasts-Waist-Hips:||34-25-35 inches (86-64-89 cm)|
|Height:||5 Feet 9 Inches (177 cm)|
|Weight:||130 lbs (59 kg)|
|Natural breasts or implants:||—|
|Net Worth:||$25 Million|
“The idea of losing your best friend, basically, is the worst thing in world.”
“We’re just so self-conscious. However much we try not to be, on some level, especially as a woman and an actress, you have so much pressure when it comes your hair and the bags under your eyes and your skin.”
“Having full faith that you can write something completely insane, and your actress will ground it and make it feel real, is a very liberating feeling.”
“I suppose the cult of the strong woman character on TV has probably been misinterpreted in so many different ways, meaning that a woman can’t be emotionally complicated or want things or can’t be weak in moments.”
“I don’t think you can be a good actor and want to please, because so much about performing and acting is surprising people.”