British actress Bonnie Wright got her start as a child in the early 2000s. She made her debut as Ginny Weasley in the movie Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. She has since reprised her role in the subsequent Harry Potter films with the last one being Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 released in 2011. Outside the Harry Potter film series, she has also worked on other projects, including in the made-for-television movies Stranded and Agatha Christie: A Life in Pictures.
Following the Harry Potter movies, she starred in the films The Sea, After the Dark, Before I Sleep, and Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg?. Her latest works on the big screen were in The Highway is for Gamblers and A Christmas Carol. She’s also ventured into directing. She made her directorial debut in the 2012 movie Separate We Come, Separate We Go, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival.
The actress practices a clean diet plan in order to stay fit and healthy. In an interview, she got candid about her healthy habits. She said: “I recently did a 40-day complete detox of no caffeine, no alcohol, no sugar – not even natural sugars. Just vegan for 40 days. Even though it was pretty difficult, it did restart my body. Then I slowly started to introduce things one by one to see what affected me. It’s amazing how your body is the best at telling you things. I think that until you really try for yourself, it’s easy to have all these ideas about what you’re meant to be doing to be healthy.”
She also practices a healthy diet principle. She looks at a clean diet regimen as something that needs discipline and commitment. She said: “I think that the commitment to food as my last resort to get well was about completely stripping back and using foods as they are. People can spend so much money on so many things to try to make themselves feel better but essentially it’s a commitment within yourself to trust those things that generally don’t even cost that much money at all.”