"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.
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.
Alexandra Billington, who is Sweat film producer and writer spoke about Wright and said "Bonnie played the role of Mia beautifully and with a maturity that did great justice to the character.
Filming went fantastically well and Bonnie was both highly professional and a complete pleasure to work with." Billington has also mentioned that Bonnie's character Mia was "free spirited young woman yet has enough depth to attract the more intense and introspective.".
However, her character had a bonafide supporting role in the fourth film, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, with dialogue sprinkled across several scenes and perhaps her most screen-time yet.