Florence Pugh confirms her Breakup with Zach Braff
Florence Pugh is an English United Kingdom actress. Florence Pugh was born on 3 January, 1996 in Oxford, United Kingdom.
Florence Pugh was privately educated at Wychwood School and St Edward’s School, Oxford.
Florence Pugh suffered from Tracheomalacia as a child, as a result her family relocated to Sotogrande in Spain when Pugh was three years old, hoping he warmer weather would improve her health.
At the age of six years, Florence Pugh played Mary in a school nativity play, for which she spoke in a Yorkshire accent.
Pugh made her professional acting debut in the 2014 drama The Falling, playing precocious teenager opposite Maisie Williams, while she was only six years old.
In 2014, Florence Pugh was nominated for Best British Newcomer at the BFI London Film festival as well as for Young British/ Irish Performer of the Year by the London Film Critics Circle.
In 2017, Florence Pugh won the BIFA Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a British Independent Film for her role in “God’s Own Country”.
In 2018, Florence Pugh nominated for the BAFTA Rising Star Award at the 71st British Academy Film Awards. In the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, Pugh was awarded with Trophee Chopard.
In April 2019, Florence Pugh and actor-director Zach Braff began dating and relationship, when they were spotted holding hands in New York City.
Zachary Israel Braff is an American actor and filmmaker. He was born in South Orange, New Jersey, United States.
Zach Braff is best known for his role as J.D. on NBC/ ABC television series Scrubs (2001-2010) for which is was nominated for Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in 2005, as well as for three Golden Globe Awards from 2005 to 2007.
The couple, who spent lockdown together as coronavirus spread, took their relationship to the next level when they adopted an adorable puppy named Billie in May 2020.
In a recent interview Florence Pugh said that she broken up and ended her relationship with Zach Braff earlier in 2022 but they kept it quiet because of the barrage of media attention.