Bonnie Wright is making all the right moves as her acting and modeling career blossom. Here she’s seen heading to the celebrity hotspot Chiltern Firehouse with boyfriend Simon Hammerstein who owns the Box club in Soho. Bonnie has been the pick of media agents since her role in the Harry Potter films Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in which she played the supporting role. Her innocent look and charm has landed her many other acting jobs and it looks like her career for the long-term is assured.
Her boyfriend is the owner of one of the most exclusive nightclubs in London.
But even Bonnie Wright couldn’t resist the lure of the capital’s current celebrity haunt, the Chiltern Firehouse.
The actress, best known for her role as Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter franchise, headed to the restaurant for dinner on Thursday, opting for a low-key chic look in a patterned shirt, cropped pants and silver pumps.
She was accompanied by her partner Simon Hammerstein, who knows his stuff when it comes to creating a hotspot for the stars: he owns controversial club The Box in Soho.
Attracting the likes of Prince Harry, Kate Moss, Jude Law and Harry Styles, the club has gained a reputation as ‘Britain’s seediest VIP club’ due to its sexually-explicit cabaret shows.
Speaking recently about her relationship with the 35-year-old entrepreneur, the 23-year-old insisted she is not fazed by their age gap.
In May 2013, it was announced that Wright would be making her stage debut as the role of The Girl in The Moment of Truth, a play written by Peter Ustinov. The play was performed at the London’s Southwark Playhouse on 26 June 2013 prior to an official opening on 28 June 2013 for a four-week run through 20 July 2013. Wright received positive reviews for her stage debut performance in The Moment of Truth play; the British Theatre Guide wrote “Bonnie Wright makes clear in her performance, she is motivated by love for her father and movingly has to face rejection from her gas-masked lover when he returns as liberator”. The Stage said that “Bonnie Wright, in her stage debut, is perfectly acceptable as the Girl”. In the Ones To Parts review of the play said “Bonnie Wright showing us that there’s more to her than Harry’s love interest Ginny Weasley though in truth, despite being younger even than her juvenile co-stars, she was always one of the series strongest and most natural actors”. The London Evening Standard wrote “Bonnie Wright, who played Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter films, makes a decent stage debut as the Marshal’s daughter”.
In August 2013, Wright confirmed that she has started filming Abigail Schwarz’s comedy Those Who Wander, produced by Nicola Scandiffio.
In 2014, Bonnie Wright took part in the third series of The Great Sport/Comic Relief Bake Off: she won the first episode, being named the “Star Baker”.
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