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Mar 1, 2024
Phoebe Dynevor Won’t Be Ignored

If you only knew Phoebe Dynevor from her career-making role in the first season of Bridgerton, you might have been shocked to see her transform into the ambitious hedge fund analyst Emily in the erotic corporate thriller Fair Play. The feature film debut from writer-director Chloe Domont presents an unflinching look at thorny sexual politics in the workplace as told through the story of a couple whose relationship is corroded by the hunger for power and success. And while Dynevor says she “understood Emily on a very personal level,” the British star admits she doesn’t agree with many of the choices made by her complicated character. “But I certainly understood them,” Dynevor tells W’s editor-at-large, Lynn Hirschberg. Below, Dynevor talks about her path to Hollywood, her failed career in the service industry, and the movie that always makes her cry.

How did Fair Play come into your life?

I read the script, and then I read it again and again, and I couldn’t quite believe what I was reading. Then I was very lucky to Zoom with Chloe and beg her to give me the part.

Did you always want to be an actor?

Yes. I begged my parents for a long time until they finally gave in and let me go to an open audition. I was 11. It was a casting call for the lead role of Lyra Belacqua in The Golden Compass. From then on, I was hooked. When I was 14, I did a show in England called Waterloo Road. It was my first part, and I didn’t understand continuity, so I dyed my hair midshoot—it went from being red to really dark brown overnight—and they were like, Oh my god.

Did you ever have other jobs between roles?

I worked as a cocktail waitress. I was so bad at it. I’d spill drinks over everyone. I thought about giving up acting, but I’d get sucked back in quite quickly. And then there was Bridgerton. When they told me I had the part, I was at Urth Caffé in L.A., and I nearly passed out. My schedule came in, and it was Monday, horseback riding; Tuesday, piano lessons; Wednesday, dance lessons. My life changed overnight.

Have you ever had any celebrity crushes?

I remember vividly having a crush on the young boy who played Peter Pan in Hook. I also had a lot of girl crushes. Rihanna was a big one. She’s sensational.
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Feb 13, 2024
Phoebe Dynevor: ‘It’s not a good time for actresses my age’

From fronting Bridgerton to starring in a finance psychodrama, Hollywood’s new English muse Phoebe Dynevor is dominating our screens – but she’s concerned with the lack of roles for young women

What evenwas that?!” Phoebe Dynevor is laughing, still incredulous four years after her turn as Daphne Bridgerton thrust her headfirst into turbo fame. “I bumped into Regé [-Jean Page] on the red carpet the other day and we were both like, ‘But seriously what was that!?’ I’m still just coming down from it. Shooting season one of Bridgerton was probably the happiest I’ve ever been in my life.”

Today she is a long way from the Ton, Zooming me from the wealthy Hollywood Hills enclave of Brentwood, LA. She has dialled in to talk about how she traded her Bridgerton bustles for a something altogether more suited and booted as Emily, the lead protagonist in the erotic finance industry thriller, Fair Play.

The film is set in the corporate offices of One Crest, a New York-based hedge fund, and Dynevor plays a twentysomething professional navigating the cutthroat world of money, sex and Gordon Gekko wannabes.

We meet Emily and boyfriend Luke (Alden Ehrenreich) in the bathroom of a wedding party where the couple have slipped away for a shag in the toilets. He is on his knees, and rises from the tiled floor with blood all over his mouth. The scene portrays Luke as a modern man, one who baulks neither at menses nor kneeling at the feet of a woman, yet when girlfriend Emily gets promoted over him at their place of work, juicy themes of male narcissism and misogyny rear up.

“He’s not hiding any of the murky bits of being a man, he really puts it out there,” says Dynevor of co-star Ehrenreich’s performance. “I remember watching him, and having to try and stay in the scene, because his performance was so nuanced, and really a thrill to watch.”

Emily was a role that Dynevor says she begged director Chloe Domont to let her play – but there was no need to. “When I met Phoebe for the first time, I had this immediate gut reaction that she was my Emily,” says Domont. “From her talent in previous work to our conversations about the character, and, most importantly, her excitement to go on this psychotic rollercoaster of a story gave me complete confidence.”
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Feb 11, 2024
Phoebe Dynevor: ‘I’d like to apologise to my flatmate. I keep shrinking his sweaters in the wash’

Born in Greater Manchester, Phoebe Dynevor, 28, landed a role in the BBC drama Waterloo Road in 2009, at the age of 14. She appeared in period dramas The Village (2014) and Dickensian (2015) before being cast in the American series Younger and moving to the US. She returned to the UK to play the female lead in Bridgerton. Her films include The Colour Room, Bank of Dave and Fair Play. Her next project is the upcoming spy thriller Inheritance, and she is one of Bafta’s EE rising star nominees for 2024. She lives in London.

Which living person do you most admire, and why?
My mum [the actor, Sally Dynevor] in so many ways. She is the real definition of a superwoman to me.

What is the trait you most deplore in yourself?
I wish I could be more patient. I always want things to get done or happen now.

What was your most embarrassing moment?
When I was 17, my friends and I threw a fashion show for a breast cancer charity. Breast cancer is something my mum went through when I was 14, so prevention is very close to my heart. Our singer, who was performing during the fashion show, dropped out at the last minute so I had to step in. It’s on video, and my sister always brings it up.

What is the worst job you’ve done?
Working as a waitress in a cocktail bar in Shoreditch, London.

If not yourself, who would you most like to be?
Taylor Swift.

What is your most treasured possession?
I have a little drawing that my grandma, my dad’s mum, drew of me. She passed away last year and it’s on my bedside table. She was an actor and then later in life she painted, so I have lots of lovely watercolours of hers in my house, which I treasure.
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Feb 11, 2024
All Eyes Are On Phoebe Dynevor

The Bridgerton breakout now has a BAFTA nomination for her punchy part in Netflix hit Fair Play. Lottie Lumsden meets a star on the rise.

My mum will be desperate for me to call her after this,’ smiles Phoebe Dynevor. We’re tucked away in a side room at The Savoy Hotel in London just an hour after she was announced as one of the 2024 EE BAFTA Rising Star nominees at a press conference. It is in recognition of her 2023 role in Netflix’s thriller Fair Play. ‘She gets very excited about stuff like this. It means a lot.’

Dynevor’s mother is of course the Coronation Street actress Sally Dynevor. And it’s no wonder she’s proud of her daughter, given what she’s already achieved aged just 28. Dynevor is perhaps best known for her role as Daphne in the Netflix series, Bridgerton. Her storyline with Regé-Jean Page, was one of the things that got us all through the second Lockdown in 2020. Who can forget that spoon scene?

But Dynevor was acting long before, since she was at school and her first role was age 14 in BBC TV drama Waterloo Road. Since then, she’s had roles in everything from Dickensian, to the The Colour Room as well as a guest appearance in Ten Percent, the British TV series based on the French Call My Agent.`

But it is her role in Fair Play opposite Alden Ehnreneich, about an American couple whose relationship begins to unravel when one of them is promoted at a hedge fund firm, that has caught both critics’ and the world’s attention. The film, directed by Chloe Domont, got such an incredible reaction at last year’s Sundance Festival in Utah, that it launched a huge bidding war, with Netflix reportedly buying it for $20 million. ‘Being in that premiere and seeing people’s reactions was so special,’ says Dynevor. ‘People were gasping and saying, ‘Go girl!’ Alden turned to me and said, ‘let’s enjoy this moment because it doesn’t happen very often.’

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She has been acting since she was 11

‘I didn’t get success overnight. It seems that way with Bridgerton but it’s been a really long journey to get here and that’s what makes the BAFTA nomination all the more gratifying. I did drama at school and auditioned for a film, The Golden Compass, when I was 11. I didn’t get the role, but I enjoyed the experience and wanted to keep going. My second audition was for a BBC drama TV series called Waterloo Road, and I got that.’
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Oct 10, 2023
Phoebe Dynevor Is in Her Fearless Era

The star has traded the corsets of Bridgerton for the suits of Wall Street, feeding her desire to do work that gets people talking.

After Phoebe Dynevor delivered the final line in the erotic corporate thriller Fair Play, a satisfying mic drop from her character Emily, and the film cut to black, audience members inside the premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, sat in stunned silence, mouths agape. What had they just seen? But they didn’t stay quiet for long; as soon as they emerged from the theater, the town started buzzing.

They talked about how writer-director Chloe Domont had written the script—about engaged hedge fund analysts whose relationship is rocked when one of them gets a promotion over the other—based on her own past experiences with men. They debated the film’s meaty themes, the push and pull between female empowerment and male fragility. And by the time Sundance was over, so was a hotly contested bidding war that ended with Netflix buying the film for a reported $20 million, one of the largest deals of the festival. (Fair Play will debut on the platform on October 6.)

For Dynevor, the film’s star, Sundance was a “whirlwind few days.” She was at the premiere in Park City, listening as reactions from the crowd swirled around her. A woman came up to her almost immediately to tell her how much the film had meant to her. Others soon followed. Afterward, Dynevor sat feeling both awed and overwhelmed in the back seat of a car next to her co-star Alden Ehrenreich, when he turned to her and said, “This is what it’s all about, right?”

“And I was like, ‘Yes, yes, it is. This is what it’s all about,’” Dynevor recalls. “It was my first film festival, my second-ever film, and I was still aware of how unique and special that experience was, and how it might not happen again or for a very long time.”

But it wasn’t just the flashy premiere or the high-dollar deal that had Dynevor and Ehrenreich feeling like they’d succeeded at what they set out to do through their work; what they were most excited about was the discussions the film was sparking. “This film was personal to me for a lot of reasons,” Dynevor says. “Every woman I know, it’s their experience in this world. And with any film with a message, you just really want it to start a conversation.”
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