Bonnie was born on 17 February, 1991 in London, England to Gary Wright and Sheila Teague, who are both jewellers and owned their own company called Wright & Teague.Bonnie has an older brother named Lewis, who influenced her to audition for the role of Ginny.She went to Prior Weston Primary School, in Islington and is a trained dancer studying ballet, African and Modern. In her spare time she enjoys playing football and surfing.Wright has visited many places including; India, Spain, Italy, Finland, America, Australia, France, Denmark and Poland.Wright appears in the first film, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, only in a small scene set at London King Cross Station, where her character and her mother Molly meet Harry Potter as four of her older brothers board the Hogwarts express.Her role became much more prominent in the second film, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, in which her character begins studies at Hogwarts and encounters a secret diary that begins to control her actions.She also opened the titular chamber in the same film under the influence of Tom Riddle, the main antagonist of Harry Potter series.Wright's was seen in third film, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban chatting with Hermione in one background and had few dialogues.
In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Wright as Ginny played a central role, with hints of Ginny's greater importance to the overall plot by joining Dumbledore's Army and eventually participating in the climactic battle between the DA and the Order of the Phoenix with Lord Voldemort and the Death Eaters.Wright's central role continued in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince where she became an important chaser of the Gryffindor Quidditch team and ultimately Harry Potter's love interest.Finally, in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Parts 1 and 2 Wright reprised her central role of Ginny Weasley for the last time, particularly in scenes before Harry, Ron, and Hermione set out on their quest to find the Horcruxes and destroy Voldemort in Part 1 and in Part 2, at the Battle of Hogwarts and the 19 years later scene as Harry Potter's wife and mother of their three children.Wright has also provided the voice of Ginny Weasley in the video game versions of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.Wright is one of the thirteen actors who has appeared in all eight films of the Harry Potter franchise.wrote "that If someone told me eight years ago that Bonnie Wright, introduced as Ginny Weasley in the first movie, would turn into such a strong dramatic actress who could carry scenes as well as the three leads, I wouldn't have believed it," and Film School Rejects who also wrote "Ginny (Bonnie Wright) in particular shines through, building on the power she gained in the last film to become an independent young woman that proves more complex with every scene." Bonnie has also starred in two television movies: 2002's Stranded and 2004's Agatha Christie: A Life in Pictures playing the younger version of Agatha Christie.Wright was also a guest on Disney's The Replacements voicing Vanessa in season two opener 'London Calling' in 2007.In 2008, Bonnie was nominated and awarded fifth place in Portrait Magazine, Top 30 Under 30 2008 List, Wright and Watson were the only ones from the Harry Potter cast to be nominated in the Top 30 Under 30 2008 list by Portrait Magazine.In December 2008, Bonnie presented the Me and My Movie Award at the Children's Bafta Awards."I've always been very interested in fashion, but it is extremely important to me that the social and environment issues associated with the production of fashionable clothing are addressed.Made-By carries out really important work in transforming the fashion industry, and I am thrilled to support the organisation and help raise awareness of these ongoing issues." Bonnie's fellow Harry Potter's co-stars was also nominated Evanna Lynch who plays Luna Lovegood was third place, Rupert Grint who plays Ron Weasley was fifth place, Emma Watson who plays Hermione Granger was eighth place, Tom Felton who plays Draco Malfoy was fourteenth place, and Daniel Radcliffe who plays Harry Potter was eighteenth place in Portrait Magazine, Top 30 Under 30 2009 List.