Who Is Phoebe Dynevor? A List Of Her Movies And Tv Shows!

Phoebe Dynevor is an English actress. Dynevor is best known for her part as Daphne, the fourth Bridgerton child, in the Netflix period drama Bridgerton (2020–2022). She became an actress in the BBC One school drama Waterloo Road (2009–2010) as a kid. She then had recurring roles in the BBC shows Prisoners’ Wives (2012–2013) and Dickensian (2015–2016).

She also had a central role in the Crackle crime show Snatch (2017–2018) and a recurring part in the TV Land comedy-drama Younger (2017–2021). Join us as we delve into the captivating career of Phoebe Dynevor, exploring her remarkable journey through the world of movies and TV shows that have left an indelible mark on audiences worldwide.

A List Of Phoebe Dynevor Movies And Tv Shows!


Year Title Role
2021 The Colour Room Clarice Cliff
2023 Bank of Dave Alexandra
Fair Play Emily
2024 The Inheritance

The Colour Room (2021)

The Color Room is a British personal drama movie coming out in 2021. It was written by Claire Peate and directed by Claire McCarthy. Phoebe Dynevor (in her first movie role), Matthew Goode, David Morrissey, Darci Shaw, Kerry Fox, and Luke Norris are in the movie. It’s based on the life of Clarice Cliff, a pottery artist who worked in the 1920s and 1930s.

The Colour Room (2021)

Bank Of Dave (2023)

Bank of Dave is a British historical comedy movie coming out in 2023. It was written by Piers Ashworth and directed by Chris Foggin. It was produced by Matt Williams, Karl Hall, and Piers Tempest. Many big names are in the movie, like Hugh Bonneville, Paul Kaye, Jo Hartley, Cathy Tyson, and Phoebe Dynevor. Netflix brought Bank of Dave to people in the UK on January 16, 2023.

Bank of Dave (2023)

Fair Play (2023)

Fair Play is an American erotic thriller movie that came out in 2023. It was written and directed by Chloe Domont, who was making her directing debut. It has Rich Sommer, Phoebe Dynevor, Alden Ehrenreich, and Eddie Marsan in it. The film is about a young couple whose relationship starts to fall apart after one of them gets a promotion at a strict hedge fund company.

Fair Play had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 20, 2023. It then appeared in some theaters on September 29, 2023, and on October 6, 2023, Netflix made it available. Some reviewers said good things about the movie.

Fair Play (2023)

The Inheritance (2024) ( Upcoming)

On the eve of his 75th birthday, a billionaire calls his distant children back home because he thinks someone or something will kill him tonight. He risks all of their inheritances to make sure they’ll help.

TV Shows

Year Title Role
2009–2010 Waterloo Road Siobhan Mailey
2011 Monroe Phoebe Cormack
2012–2013 Prisoners’ Wives Lauren
2014 The Village Phoebe Rundle
2015 The Musketeers Camille
2015–2016 Dickensian Martha Cratchit
2017–2018 Snatch Lottie Mott
2017–2021 Younger Clare
2020–2022 Bridgerton Daphne Basset (née Bridgerton)
2022 Ten Percent Herself (fictionalised)

Waterloo Road (2009–2010)

Waterloo Road is a British drama TV show in the same-named comprehensive school. It premiered on BBC One on March 9, 2006, and ended on March 9, 2015, nine years after the first episode aired. The show was picked up for an eleventh season in September 2021, and filming moved back to the Greater Manchester area.

Monroe (2011)

The British medical drama TV show Monroe was created and written by Peter Bowker. Mammoth Screen makes it for the ITV network. The show is about a doctor named Gabriel Monroe, played by James Nesbitt. ITV ordered it as one of several shows to replace its long-running police thriller The Bill, which ended in 2010.

Monroe was filmed in Leeds Beginning in September 2010. The old Leeds Girls’ High School in Headingley was used as a production base. People liked the first show, which aired on ITV on March 10, 2011. In 2012, a second series came out. Monroe was cancelled by ITV on November 14, 2012, because not many people watched.

Prisoners’ Wives (2012 – 2013)

The BBC drama series Prisoners’ Wives was created and written by Julie Gearey. It stars Polly Walker, Pippa Haywood, Emma Rigby, Natalie Gavin, Sally Carman, and Karla Crome, with Iain Glen, Adam Gillen, Jonas Armstrong, Reuben Johnson, Enzo Cilenti, and Owen Roe in minor roles.

The show is about four different women who are all having a hard time dealing with a guy who is essential to them being in prison. Sheffield, South Yorkshire, is where the show takes place. The first season had six plays and started on January 31, 2012. The second season had only four shows and began on BBC One on March 14, 2013.

The Village (2014)

The Village is a BBC show that Peter Moffat created. The story takes place in a village in Derbyshire in the early 1900s. The first season of what Moffat thought would be a 42-hour TV drama following a large family through the 20th century aired in the spring of 2013 and went from 1914 to 1920—in the fall of 2014, a second season aired that picked up the story in the 1920s. After the second season, the show did not come back.

The Musketeers (2015)

The Musketeers is a British period action-drama show based on the characters from The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, which came out in 1844. The show is made by BBC America and BBC Worldwide together. The story is about three musketeers named Athos, Aramis, and Porthos. They worked for King Louis XIII and the people of Paris in the 1600s. The first episode aired on BBC One on January 19, 2014.

Dickensian (2015-2016)

Dickensian is a British drama TV show aired on BBC One from December 26, 2015, to February 21, 2016. In this 20-part series, created and co-written by Tony Jordan, figures from many Charles Dickens books meet in a Victorian London neighbourhood as Inspector Bucket looks into the death of Jacob Marley, Ebenezer Scrooge’s partner.

Snatch (2017 -2018)

Snatch is a crime comedy-drama streaming TV show that aired on Crackle on March 16, 2017. Based on the movie of the same name. Luke Pasqualino, Rupert Grint, Lucien Laviscount, Phoebe Dynevor, Juliet Aubrey, Marc Warren, Stephanie Leonidas, Tamer Hassan, and Dougray Scott are some actors who star in the show. It was written by Alex De Rakoff.

Snatch (2017 -2018)

Younger (2017 – 2021)

The American comedy-drama TV show Younger was created and produced by Darren Star. The movie is based on Pamela Redmond Satran’s 2005 book of the same name. The one-camera show debuted on TV Land on March 31, 2015, and reviewers have mostly given it good reviews since then.

Before the fifth season started, it was picked up for a sixth season, which began on June 12, 2019. TV Land picked up the show for a seventh and final season in July 2019, making it the longest-running original show in the network’s history.

Bridgerton (2022)

Chris Van Dusen made the American historical fantasy and romance streaming TV show Bridgerton for Netflix. It is the first scripted show that Shondaland has made for Netflix. It is based on a set of books by Julia Quinn. It’s about a made-up family with the same name and takes place in London’s ton during the social season, when young nobles and gentry who are ready to get married are introduced to society.

Bridgerton Season 3

Ten Percent (2022)

Ten Percent is a British comedy show based on the French show Call My Agent!, which is called Dix pour cent in French and means “ten percent.” Both shows are about talent agencies that are thrown into chaos when their founder dies suddenly.

Jonathan Nightingale (Jack Davenport), Rebecca Fox (Lydia Leonard), Stella Hart (Maggie Steed), and Dan Bala (Prasanna Puwanarajah) work at the London talent agency Nightingale Hart.

They deal with famous clients, and many of the actors who play them are real people. It first came out on Amazon Prime Video in some areas on April 28, 2022, and was also shown on BBC America in the US.

Ten Percent (2022)

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