'Fleabag': This Is "Boo" In 2020
English actress Jenny Rainsford starred as "Boo" in Fleabag for both seasons. We found ourselves wondering, what she has been up to since then. Find out here...
Fleabag took Britain and then the world by storm when it was released in 2016. Created by and starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the tragicomedy ran for two seasons and featured a wonderfully talented cast including Sian Clifford, Andrew Scott and Olivia Colman.
Fleabag: This Is "Boo" Today
Jenny Rainsford starred as "Fleabag's" best friend, "Boo" who tragically dies in the series. She is the co-owner of the guinea pig themed cafe and also "Fleabag's" best friend. Jenny stars in 9 episodes of the hit BBC comedy and has had a few other roles in TV and film as well.
Born in Watford, England, Rainsford graduated with a degree in English from the University of Oxford. Following that, she studied acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art where she graduated in 2011.
Rainsford has kept a relatively low profile despite starring is some award-winning productions. Not much is known about her personal and private life. Some of her other credits however include, Prometheus (2012), About Time alongside Domhnall Gleeson and Rachel McAdams, The Favourite (2018), and Finding Joy as "Charlene" in 2018.
Jenny Rainsford Today
This year, you can catch Jenny in an episode of Call the Midwife as "Dena Bowland" and she will play the role of "Stoney" in the upcoming film Higher Ground. We can't wait to see what "Boo" does next!