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->''"I don't think you can be a good actor and want to please, because so much about performing and acting is surprising people."''


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Waller-Bridge's film career consisted mainly of historical dramas such as ''Albert Nobbs'', ''Film/TheIronLady'' and ''Film/GoodbyeChristopherRobin''. However, that changed when she was cast as the voice of the droid L3-37 in ''[[Film/{{Solo}} Solo: A Star Wars Story]]''. She is currently helping to do some rewrites on the script for the upcoming 25th ''Film/JamesBond'' film.

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Waller-Bridge's film career consisted mainly of historical dramas such as ''Albert Nobbs'', ''Film/TheIronLady'' and ''Film/GoodbyeChristopherRobin''. However, that changed when she was cast as the voice of the droid L3-37 in ''[[Film/{{Solo}} Solo: A Star Wars Story]]''. She is currently helping to do some rewrites on the script for the upcoming 25th ''Film/JamesBond'' film. This will make Waller-Bridge the first female screenwriter credited with writing a ''Bond'' film since Johanna Harwood was credited for the story of ''Film/FromRussiaWithLove''.[[note]]Dana Stevens contributed to the script of ''Film/TheWorldIsNotEnough'', but was never formally credited for her work.[[/note]]



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Waller-Bridge's film career consisted mainly of historical dramas such as ''Albert Nobbs'', ''Film/TheIronLady'' and ''Film/GoodbyeChristopherRobin''. However, that changed when she was cast as the voice of the droid L3-37 in ''[[Film/{{Solo}} Solo: A Star Wars Story]]''. She is currently helping to do some rewrites the script for the upcoming 25th ''Film/JamesBond'' film.

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Waller-Bridge's film career consisted mainly of historical dramas such as ''Albert Nobbs'', ''Film/TheIronLady'' and ''Film/GoodbyeChristopherRobin''. However, that changed when she was cast as the voice of the droid L3-37 in ''[[Film/{{Solo}} Solo: A Star Wars Story]]''. She is currently helping to do some rewrites on the script for the upcoming 25th ''Film/JamesBond'' film.


Phoebe Mary Waller-Bridge is a BAFTA-winning English actress and writer. She created and starred in ''[[Series/CrashingUK Crashing]]'' and ''Series/{{Fleabag}}'' and adapted Luke Jennings' ''Literature/CodenameVillanelle'' into the highly-acclaimed series ''Series/KillingEve''. Her television career also includes a regular role in the sitcom ''The Cafe'' and a supporting turn in the second series of ''Series/{{Broadchurch}}''.[[note]]Her association with ''Broadchurch'' creator Creator/ChrisChibnall led to rumors that he might cast Phoebe as the first female Doctor in ''Series/DoctorWho''. She denied the rumors but expressed interest in playing a "snake alien" in the show.[[/note]]

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Phoebe Mary Waller-Bridge (born 14 July 1985) is a BAFTA-winning English actress and writer. She created and starred in ''[[Series/CrashingUK Crashing]]'' and ''Series/{{Fleabag}}'' and adapted Luke Jennings' ''Literature/CodenameVillanelle'' into the highly-acclaimed series ''Series/KillingEve''. Her television career also includes a regular role in the sitcom ''The Cafe'' and a supporting turn in the second series of ''Series/{{Broadchurch}}''.[[note]]Her association with ''Broadchurch'' creator Creator/ChrisChibnall led to rumors that he might cast Phoebe as the first female Doctor in ''Series/DoctorWho''. She denied the rumors but expressed interest in playing a "snake alien" in the show.[[/note]]


Waller-Bridge's film career consisted mainly of historical dramas such as ''Albert Nobbs'', ''Film/TheIronLady'' and ''Film/GoodbyeChristopherRobin''. However, that changed when she was cast as the voice of the droid L3-37 in ''[[Film/{{Solo}} Solo: A Star Wars Story]]''. She is currently helping to rewrite the script for the upcoming 25th ''Film/JamesBond'' film.

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Waller-Bridge's film career consisted mainly of historical dramas such as ''Albert Nobbs'', ''Film/TheIronLady'' and ''Film/GoodbyeChristopherRobin''. However, that changed when she was cast as the voice of the droid L3-37 in ''[[Film/{{Solo}} Solo: A Star Wars Story]]''. She is currently helping to rewrite do some rewrites the script for the upcoming 25th ''Film/JamesBond'' film.
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Waller-Bridge's film career consisted mainly of historical dramas such as ''Albert Nobbs'', ''Film/TheIronLady'' and ''Film/GoodbyeChristopherRobin''. However, that changed when she was cast as the voice of the droid L3-37 in ''[[Film/{{Solo}} Solo: A Star Wars Story]]''. She is currently helping to rewrite the script for the upcoming 25th ''Film/JamesBond'' film.

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Waller-Bridge's film career consisted mainly of historical dramas such as ''Albert Nobbs'', ''Film/TheIronLady'' and ''Film/GoodbyeChristopherRobin''. However, that changed when she was cast as the voice of the droid L3-37 in ''[[Film/{{Solo}} Solo: A Star Wars Story]]''. She is currently helping to rewrite the script for the upcoming 25th ''Film/JamesBond'' film.film.

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!! Selected filmography
!!! '''As actor:'''
* ''Film/TheIronLady'' (2011) as Susie
* ''Series/BadEducation'' (2013) as India
* ''Series/{{Glue}}'' (2014) as Bee Warwick
* ''Series/{{Broadchurch}}'' (2015) as Abby
* ''Series/{{Crashing|UK}}'' (2016) as Lulu [[note]](also creator & writer)[[/note]]
* ''Series/{{Fleabag}}'' (2016, 2019) as Fleabag [[note]](also creator, executive producer, and writer)[[/note]]
* ''Film/GoodbyeChristopherRobin'' (2017) as Mary Brown
* ''Film/{{Solo}}'' (2018) as L3-37 (voice and motion capture)
!!! '''As writer:'''
* ''Series/KillingEve'' (2018 -- present) [[note]](also creator)[[/note]]
* ''[[Franchise/JamesBond Bond 25]]'' (2019)
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Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a BAFTA-winning English actress and writer. She created and starred in ''[[Series/CrashingUK Crashing]]'' and ''Series/{{Fleabag}}'' and adapted Luke Jennings' ''Literature/CodenameVillanelle'' into the highly-acclaimed series ''Series/KillingEve''. Her television career also includes a regular role in the sitcom ''The Cafe'' and a supporting turn in the second series of ''Series/{{Broadchurch}}''.[[note]]Her association with ''Broadchurch'' creator Creator/ChrisChibnall led to rumors that he might cast Phoebe as the first female Doctor in ''Series/DoctorWho''. She denied the rumors but expressed interest in playing a "snake alien" in the show.[[/note]]

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Phoebe Mary Waller-Bridge is a BAFTA-winning English actress and writer. She created and starred in ''[[Series/CrashingUK Crashing]]'' and ''Series/{{Fleabag}}'' and adapted Luke Jennings' ''Literature/CodenameVillanelle'' into the highly-acclaimed series ''Series/KillingEve''. Her television career also includes a regular role in the sitcom ''The Cafe'' and a supporting turn in the second series of ''Series/{{Broadchurch}}''.[[note]]Her association with ''Broadchurch'' creator Creator/ChrisChibnall led to rumors that he might cast Phoebe as the first female Doctor in ''Series/DoctorWho''. She denied the rumors but expressed interest in playing a "snake alien" in the show.[[/note]]


Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a BAFTA-winning English actress and writer. She created and starred in ''[[Series/CrashingUK Crashing]]'' and ''Series/{{Fleabag}}'' and adapted Luke Jennings' ''Literature/CodenameVillanelle'' into the highly-acclaimed series ''Series/KillingEve''. Her television career also includes a regular role in the sitcom ''The Cafe'' and a supporting turn in the second series of ''Series/{{Broadchurch}}''.[[note]]Her association with ''Broadchurch'' creator Creator/ChrisChibnall led to rumors that he might cast Phoebe as the first female Doctor in ''Series/DoctorWho''. She denied the rumors but expressed interest in playing a villain in the show.[[/note]]

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a BAFTA-winning English actress and writer. She created and starred in ''[[Series/CrashingUK Crashing]]'' and ''Series/{{Fleabag}}'' and adapted Luke Jennings' ''Literature/CodenameVillanelle'' into the highly-acclaimed series ''Series/KillingEve''. Her television career also includes a regular role in the sitcom ''The Cafe'' and a supporting turn in the second series of ''Series/{{Broadchurch}}''.[[note]]Her association with ''Broadchurch'' creator Creator/ChrisChibnall led to rumors that he might cast Phoebe as the first female Doctor in ''Series/DoctorWho''. She denied the rumors but expressed interest in playing a villain "snake alien" in the show.[[/note]]


Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a BAFTA-winning English actress and writer. She created and starred in ''Series/{{Crashing}}'' and ''Series/{{Fleabag}}'' and adapted Luke Jennings' ''Literature/CodenameVillanelle'' into the highly-acclaimed series ''Series/KillingEve''. Her television career also includes a regular role in the sitcom ''The Cafe'' and a supporting turn in the second series of ''Series/{{Broadchurch}}''.[[note]]Her association with ''Broadchurch'' creator Creator/ChrisChibnall led to rumors that he might cast Phoebe as the first female Doctor in ''Series/DoctorWho''. She denied the rumors but expressed interest in playing a villain in the show.[[/note]]

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a BAFTA-winning English actress and writer. She created and starred in ''Series/{{Crashing}}'' ''[[Series/CrashingUK Crashing]]'' and ''Series/{{Fleabag}}'' and adapted Luke Jennings' ''Literature/CodenameVillanelle'' into the highly-acclaimed series ''Series/KillingEve''. Her television career also includes a regular role in the sitcom ''The Cafe'' and a supporting turn in the second series of ''Series/{{Broadchurch}}''.[[note]]Her association with ''Broadchurch'' creator Creator/ChrisChibnall led to rumors that he might cast Phoebe as the first female Doctor in ''Series/DoctorWho''. She denied the rumors but expressed interest in playing a villain in the show.[[/note]]


Waller-Bridge's film career consisted mainly of historical dramas such as ''Albert Nobbs'', ''Film/TheIronLady'' and ''Film/GoodbyeChristopherRobin''. However, that changed when she was cast as the voice of the droid L3-37 in ''Film/SoloAStarWarsStory''. She is currently helping to rewrite the script for the upcoming 25th ''Film/JamesBond'' film.

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Waller-Bridge's film career consisted mainly of historical dramas such as ''Albert Nobbs'', ''Film/TheIronLady'' and ''Film/GoodbyeChristopherRobin''. However, that changed when she was cast as the voice of the droid L3-37 in ''Film/SoloAStarWarsStory''.''[[Film/{{Solo}} Solo: A Star Wars Story]]''. She is currently helping to rewrite the script for the upcoming 25th ''Film/JamesBond'' film.

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a BAFTA-winning English actress and writer. She created and starred in ''Series/{{Crashing}}'' and ''Series/{{Fleabag}}'' and adapted Luke Jennings' ''Literature/CodenameVillanelle'' into the highly-acclaimed series ''Series/KillingEve''. Her television career also includes a regular role in the sitcom ''The Cafe'' and a supporting turn in the second series of ''Series/{{Broadchurch}}''.[[note]]Her association with ''Broadchurch'' creator Creator/ChrisChibnall led to rumors that he might cast Phoebe as the first female Doctor in ''Series/DoctorWho''. She denied the rumors but expressed interest in playing a villain in the show.[[/note]]

Waller-Bridge's film career consisted mainly of historical dramas such as ''Albert Nobbs'', ''Film/TheIronLady'' and ''Film/GoodbyeChristopherRobin''. However, that changed when she was cast as the voice of the droid L3-37 in ''Film/SoloAStarWarsStory''. She is currently helping to rewrite the script for the upcoming 25th ''Film/JamesBond'' film.

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