PHOEBE Waller-Bridge is riding high following the HUGE success of her BBC show Fleabag.
The series has now scooped FOUR gongs at the Emmys 2019 – here the lowdown on her incredible
What has has Phoebe Waller-Bridge said about a third season of Fleabag?
Since Fleabag ended for good back in April 2019 fans have been begging for more.
However, a third season doesn’t look likely.
Speaking backstage at the Emmys 2019 Phoebe said: “To be honest, this just feels like the most beautiful, beautiful way to say goodbye to it, actually.
“It does feel like the story is complete… It does feel right. Go out on a high. You can’t get higher than this.”
How was Phoebe Waller-Bridge involved in Killing Eve?
Phoebe wrote and produced the smash hit series Killing Eve based on novels by Luke Jennings.
The show has been a massive success.
However, she didn’t write season two of the show, but did act as a producer.
It’s not yet know if she will be involved in season three.
Is Phoebe Waller-Bridge married and does she have children?
Phoebe married Irish presenter and documentary filmmaker Conor Woodman in 2014
But by 2017 the couple had separated and filed for divorce.
Since early 2018, the actress has been in a relationship with English-Irish playwright Martin McDonagh.
Phoebe doesn’t have any children,
How did Phoebe Waller-Bridge become famous?
Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a 34-year-old actress who was born and raised in West London.
She made her acting debut in 2009 at the Soho Theatre.
She first introduced the world to Fleabag back in 2014 when it was a one woman show at the Edinburgh Festival.
Phoebe got her first shot at fame in 2015 starring in the second series of ITV drama Broadchurch as junior barrister Abby Thompson.
But she really launched to fame in 2016 when the first series of Fleabag aired on BBC Two.
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Fans then had to wait until 2019 for the second series which, as you know, was a massive success.
Phoebe made the leap from the small screen to the big screen as android L3-37 in the Hans Solo origins film – Solo: A Star Wars Story.
In 2019, Phoebe co-wrote the screenplay for No Time to Die – the 25th James Bond film, along with Neal Purvis and Robert Wade.