Birth Name: Phoebe Harriet Dynevor
Place of Birth: Trafford, Lancashire, England, U.K.
Date of Birth: 17 April, 1995
Ethnicity: Welsh, English, 1/16th Irish
Phoebe Dynevor is a British actress. She is known for her roles on the series Waterloo Road, Prisoners’ Wives, Dickensian, Snatch, Younger, and Bridgerton, and in the films The Colour Room, Bank of Dave, and Fair Play (2023).
She is the daughter of screenwriter Tim Dynevor and actress Sally Dynevor (born Sally Jane Whittaker).
Phoebe’s paternal grandfather was director and actor Gerard Dynevor (born Charles Gerard Dynevor, the son of Frank Dynevor and Edythe Stella Pratt). Gerard was born in Cardiff, Wales.
Phoebe’s paternal grandmother was actress Shirley Teague (born Shirley E. Teague, the daughter of Hedley Ernest Teague and Annie Louisa Sutton). Shirley was born in Cardiff, Wales. Hedley was the son of James Henry Teague and Bridget Margaret Donnelly, who was Irish.
Phoebe’s maternal grandfather was named Robert J. Whittaker.
Phoebe’s maternal grandmother was named Jennifer M. Simpson (the daughter of parents surnamed Simpson and Slater).