Phoebe Tonkin Age, Facts, Family, Biography, Career

Phoebe Tonkin
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About Phoebe Tonkin
Birth PlaceAustralia
Birth DateJuly 121989
Zodiac SignCancer
Eye ColorHazel

Who Is Phoebe Tonkin?

Phoebe Tonkin is an Australian actress who is known for playing Cleo Sertori in H2O: Just Add Water (2006-2010), Fiona Maxwell in Tomorrow, When the War Began (2010), Hayley Marshall in The Vampire Diaries (2012-2013), Adrian Hall in Home and Away (2010).

What Is Phoebe’s Height?

Her height is believed to be around 5 feet 7¾ inches or 172.1 cm.

What Is Her Birthplace?

She was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

What Is Her Birth Name?

Her real name is Phoebe Jane Elizabeth Tonkin.

Who Is In Her Family?

She has her dad Nicholas, mom Jannyfer, and 1 sister Abby Tonkin.

What Are Her Educational Details?

Her parents motivated her to start ballet practice at the age of 4. Hence, she started learning classical ballet, hip-hop, contemporary dance, and tap dance.

She went to Australian Theatre for Young People at 12. She also attended Loreto Kirribilli and Queenwood School for Girls in New South Wales.

Has She Promoted Any Brand?

Yes, as a model, she has promoted Vauxhall Motors by appearing in their advertisement. From 2015 to 2017, she promoted Ilona Hamer’s swimwear line “Matteau Swim. Smythson, Chanel, Luxury Stores at Amazon, and Witchery are the other brands she has advertised.

Her Own Business Ventures

In 2012, she started her own health-related website along with her actress friend Teresa Palmer called Your Zen Life but left her role in June 2015. In October 2020, she launched her own loungewear brand Lesjour!

Who Have She Dated?

She has been romantically involved with British actor Tom Felton, Ed Westwick, Xavier Samuel, Chris Zylka, and Paul Wesley; all from 2006 to 2017.

She then started dating Alex Greenwald.

What Religion Does Phoebe Follow?

She is a believer in Christianity faith.

Music Video Appearance

She has appeared as a female lead in the music video of Don’t Let Go (2012) by Miles Fisher.


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