Known For Acting
Known Credits 20
Birthday June 19, 1982 (41 years old)
Place of Birth Stoke Newington, London, England, UK
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Gabriella Wright (born 19 June 1982) is an English actress and model, best known for playing Queen Claude of France in the series The Tudors, Viola in the film The Perfect Husband, and Gina in the action thriller The Transporter Refueled. In addition to her acting and modeling careers, she is a humanitarian and activist with vast contributions to many international campaigns on gender-based violence and suicide prevention.
Wright was born on 19 June 1982 in Stoke Newington, London to Paul David Wright, a sculptor and painter, and Anne Catherine Wright, a teacher and writer. Her siblings are Paulette and Pascal Wright. She moved to France with her parents at the age of 12, and graduated in English Literature and Social Economics. She currently resides in Los Angeles.
Wright's acting coaches include Susan Batson and Jack Garfein.
In 2004, Wright played her first lead role in the film One Dollar Curry, directed by Vijay Singh.
In 2007, Wright appeared as Queen Claude of France in the historical drama series The Tudors.
In 2014, Wright appeared in the 7th season of the HBO's supernatural drama series True Blood, in which she played the role of Sylvie. She played the lead role in the horror film The Perfect Husband along with Bret Roberts and Carl Wharton, and directed by Lucas Pavetto.
In 2015 Wright appeared in the action thriller film The Transporter Refueled, directed by Camille Delamarre.
In 2016, Wright was cast in the film Security as Ruby, which stars Antonio Banderas and Ben Kingsley.
In 2018, Wright played Rebekha Volt in Action Team, a spy comedy spoof directed by James De Frond.
Wright plays Veronika, the personal hitwoman for Antonio Banderas’s character in the upcoming 2021 American action comedy film, Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard, directed by Patrick Hughes.
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