“Baths”: Phoebe Dynevor Takes Our Warhol Questionnaire


Most of you know Phoebe Dynevor from her breakout role in Bridgerton, but at the Sundance Film Festival, the 27-year-old English actor lined up her next big hit with the erotic thriller Fair Play. In the Chloe Domont-directed movie, she and Alden Ehrenreich play a couple working at a high-stakes financial firm whose relationship goes into free fall when one of them is awarded a promotion. The movie, which has been called a modern-day Fatal Attraction, was scooped up by Netflix for $20 million dollars, making it the biggest deal at the festival, and ensuring that Dynevor has a big year ahead of her. While in Park City, she took a minute to answer our Warhol Questionnaire and pose alongside some icicles.


WARHOL: Do you dream?

DYNEVOR: Lots. I had crazy dreams at Sundance. It must have been the altitude.

WARHOL: Showers or baths?


WARHOL: Is there anything you regret not doing?

DYNEVOR: My motto is say yes. So no, there isn’t much I regret not doing.

WARHOL: When do you get nervous?

DYNEVOR: Whenever I have to do any public speaking.

WARHOL: Why can’t it just be magic all the time?

DYNEVOR: It can be. You just have to see it.

WARHOL: What are you reading right now?

DYNEVOR: Upstream by Mary Oliver.

WARHOL: Where do you dance?

DYNEVOR: In my bedroom.

WARHOL: Who’s your dream date?

DYNEVOR: Chloe Domont.

WARHOL: What do you think about love?

DYNEVOR: I think it’s everywhere.

WARHOL: What do you love about New York City?

DYNEVOR: The energy. The food. The cab drivers and New York bagels.

WARHOL: Do you keep a diary?

DYNEVOR: My grandma, who recently passed, would always tell me to write everything down. So I do.

WARHOL: What are you most proud of?

DYNEVOR: I’m very proud of a film I did called Fair Play.