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Phoebe Denivore: 'I've always felt like an outsider'

Phoebe Denivore: ‘I’ve always felt like an outsider’

to interview.- Phoebe Denivore, who plays Daphne The Bridgertons Chronicle, the Madame Figaro Rising Star Award, an award that rewards a rising star, on Friday, October 8, during the Cancerise Festival.

“It’s a bit surreal to be here in person, to be awarded with the Madame Figaro Rising Star award,” she said excitedly. The day after the award ceremony held during the opening ceremony of the Festival de Cannes on October 8, Phoebe Denifor Still floating on a small cloud. The 26-year-old actress plays Daphne, the heroine The Bridgertons Chronicle, in the presentation adapted from the novels named by author Julia Quinn. The Netflix series, which was released in December 2020, has attracted more than 82 million households around the world. The book recounts the first feelings of Daphne, a well-born young woman looking for a husband, in 19th century England. However, the “debutante” projects are jeopardized by Mrs. Wesleydon, a kind of gossip girl at the time, and the arrival of the mysterious Duke of Hastings (Reggie Jean Paige). There is no doubt that Phoebe Daenerys has come a long way since her first appearance in another series, prisoners’ wives, in 2012. Soon you will be writing an autobiography color roomWritten by Claire McCarthy, focusing on Clarice Cliff, a leading pottery company. following The Bridgertons Chronicle You’ll also find her in the second season of the show… this time without her on-screen partner Regé-Jean Page.

“Reggie Jean’s page we all miss”

Madame Figaro. – How do you feel about the idea of ​​Regé-Jean Page, the Duke of Hastings’ translator, not appearing in Season 2 of The Bridgertons Chronicle ?
Phoebe Denivore. – I miss him of course. We all miss him. But every season The Bridgertons Chronicle He explores the fate of a member of this family. Readers of the saga that inspired the series know this, and audiences will instantly fall in love with Johnny Bailey and Simon Ashley, the actor couple who will be at the center of these new episodes.

What do you like most about your character, Daphne Bridgerton?
I admire a lot of things about her. What I love most about season one is its evolution. At the beginning of the series we discover a naive little girl. But in Episode VIII, Daphne has grown into a strong woman who has learned a lot. I also love his sympathy. She genuinely cares about the people around her and sympathizes with their plight.

Do you think she is a feminist?
If we compare Eloise Bridgerton to her sister Daphne, the former appears to be the more feminist of the two. It must be said that Daphne always listened to those around her. Women were behaving this way back then, that’s how the patriarchal society taught them. It was the only possible way for them. But I think Daphne is a feminist. If she had lived in our time, she would have done more than find a husband.

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“I don’t mind feeling the difference”

What is your ritual before each photo session?
My path at work changes depending on the roles I accept. To play Daphne, I had to take etiquette lessons, dance, ride horses, and play the piano. But before each project, I read the script so many times that if I was told about a scene, I knew exactly when it happened in the story.

You mentioned recently, during an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, pressure on young famous women. How do you deal with that?
I am very fortunate to have a great family and wonderful friends that I have known for many years. I’ve been an actress since a young age, and being so for so long, and having success later, has kept me grounded. It took a lot of work to get there. I appreciate this success and its benefits even more. Such fame allows me to receive more interesting projects.

You also said that being an outsider often goes hand in hand with wanting to be an actor. Do you see yourself as well?
I think everyone is a product of their own story. I’ve always felt vulnerable, but I don’t mind, I find it charming. It is important to take the time to discover who you really are and what you want in life. A lot of the characters I love have experienced this feeling, so I don’t mind feeling a little carried away.

Strong woman

You are here, at the Canneséries Festival, thanks to your performance in The Bridgertons Chronicle. But what is your favorite series?
I’m obsessed now morning show. I am also looking forward to discovering the new season of Succession. I haven’t seen the korean show that everyone is talking about yet, squid game, who could abdicate soon The Bridgertons Chronicle

Who is your favorite serial character?
Jennifer Aniston is my idol. So I would say Rachel, in friends. But I like to see strong female characters on TV shows. I love all the strong women on the small screen.

Can you tell us more about color roomYour next movie?
There I play Clarice Cliff, a famous ceramicist. It is a true pioneer in the field of pottery. She met with success in the 1930s, and was the first woman to sell her own collection of ceramic pieces. It also employed female employees in its work. The fact that a woman was able to create her own pottery collection at the time, and start a business from scratch, really impressed me. It is such an honor to have the opportunity to play this role and tell this story.

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