Sophie started her acting career as a child, playing Little Cosette in the west end's Les Miserables, and principal role of Shona West in BBC drama Grange Hill.
After reading English Literature at the University of Sheffield, she went on to train at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama where graduated with Distinction in MA Acting for Screen.
Sophie has worked across Film, TV, Theatre and Radio, acting alongside a range of artists including Dame Maureen Lipman and Roger Allam.
Her comedy script The Schnoz was the Winner of 2020's acclaimed Pears Short Film Fund.
Sophie is currently in between theatrical productions of Henry Naylor's award-winning two-hander Games, and will be performing at Sydney Opera House next.
Her comedy sketch channel 'Shadcom' has gained viral attraction, reaching over 1M cross-platform views. As a result, she has performed on Channel 4's Big Narstie Show alongside Mo Gilligan and Judi Love.
Sophie plays the role of 'Severine' opposite Sir Derek Jacobi and Paul McGann in the BBC's Doctor Who audio series. She also acts alongside BAFTA-winner Aimee Lou Wood in new comedy audio drama Car Crash produced by Sara Pascoe.
As well as acting, she has written and produced a number of short films that have been selected for various BAFTA-qualifying film festivals. She has several scripted projects in development.