Sophie plays the role of 'Severine' alongside Sir Derek Jacobi and Paul McGann in the BBC's 'Doctor Who' audio series.
Recording at SIDE studios, Sophie is the voice of 'Yexiao' in Shanghai-produced animated video game.
Acting alongside BAFTA-nominee Aimee Lou Wood, Sophie plays Martha in Audible-produced drama 'Car Crash'.
Sophie is thrilled to sign with voice agents Sue Terry Voices.
The World premiere of 'The Schnoz' at BAFTA-qualifying UK Jewish Film Festival, in an evening dedicated to the two Pears Film Fund winners of 2020, followed by a Q&A.
Under Covid19 restrictions, filming 'The Schnoz' begins. Sophie is thrilled to be acting alongside Dame Maureen Lipman and Helen Lederer.
Sophie wins the Pears Short Film Fund 2020 with her comedy script 'The Schnoz'.
Sophie is set to play Helene Meyer in 'Games' at the Sydney Opera House.
After being discovered on YouTube, Sophie is invited to perform on channel 4's 'Big Narstie Show' as Shadcomedy character 'Sarah' alongside Mo Gilligan and Judi Love.
Undivided Pictures shoot their first 'Heirloom Film' for Berry Bros. & Rudd. Produced and Directed by Sophie and co-producer Dalton.
At the Edinburgh Fringe Festival Sophie presents the Gilded Balloon's 'Filipa Bragança Award' for the best one-woman-show, with Stephen Fry at the Scotsman Fringe Awards.
Sophie narrates audiobook 'Sasha's Secret' for Penguin Books and Audible.
February - March 2019
Sophie goes to the Adelaide Fringe Festival with 'Games' for a six-week-run, where it wins the Critics Choice Award 2019.
November - December 2018
Sophie is delighted to be playing the role of Olympic fencing champion Helene Mayer in Henry Naylor's award-winning two-hander 'Games' at The Arcola Theatre.
Everyman cinemas selects 'Oh Geno!' to screen at Everyman Hampstead as part of their Black History Month curated programme.
Sophie is delighted to be playing the role of Olympic fencing champion Helene Mayer in award-winning Henry Naylor's GAMES at The Arcola Theatre. The British Theatre Guide wrote: 'Sophie Shad as Helene Mayer is totally believable. A vision in white, dressed head to toe in fencing garb, she is an angel with steel wings, blond and blue eyes thrusting her way through the game.'
'Oh Geno!' is accepted into it's second BAFTA-qualifying film festival - London Short Film Festival.
'Oh Geno!' is accepted into BAFTA-qualifying Aesthetica Short Film Festival.
Reading for Penguin Books, Sophie narrates audio book 'Find the Girl', which is now available of audible.
Shadcomedy are asked to perform with rapper Big Narstie as part of a series of films for YouTube.
Sophie and co-producer Dalton produce 'The Garden' - a two-hander that played in the west end's Tristan Bates Theatre,
Sophie's comedy videos go 'viral', reaching over 1M cross-platform views.
Sophie launches comed YouTube channel Shacomedy.
Production for Sophie's latest script 'Becoming Geno' has officially wrapped, and the team move into post-production.
Sophie's short story wins first place in Round No.1 of the NYC Flash Fiction competition.
Sophie is in pre-production for her upcoming short film 'Becoming Geno', which is scheduled to shoot at the end of September.
Reading for Penguin Books, Sophie narrates audio book 'Coco Caramel' which is part of the Chocolate Box Girls series by Cathy Cassidy. The audiobook is now downloadable at audible.com.
Working with production company Really Bright Media, Sophie helps to produce two short comedies for the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Sophie appears in Chris Murdoch's short film 'Valentines Day'.
Sophie's film 'Kitty's Fortune' plays at Picturehouse cinemas across the country - from Exeter to Edinburgh - as part of their 'Discover Tuesdays' program.
'Kitty's Fortune' plays at the London Short Film Festival at Hackney Picturehouse. Sophie's second film 'The Bechdel Test' also played at the same festival.
Sophie attended the London Lift-Off Festival where 'Kitty's Fortune' was screened as part of the 2016 program.
Sophie appears in Paramount Pictures' 'Allied' alongside Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard at cinemas across the world.
On November 13th 'Kitty's Fortune' premiered at the UK Jewish Film Festival. Sophie was invited speak on the panel as part of a live Q&A alongside Coronation Street's Ben Price and Jack P. Shepherd.
'Kitty's Fortune' is officially selected for BAFTA-qualifying London Short Film Festival 2017, branded 'the best short film festival in the world' - Guardian Shorts.
Sophie travels to the north on England to act in short comedy alongside northern actress Alice Barry (Shameless, Coronation Street).
'Kitty's Fortune' is accepted into the 20th UK Jewish Film Festival, which will take place on November 13th, followed by a live Q&A with Sophie and the team.
Presenting to an audience of over 500, Sophie was flown over to Singapore for a 2 day conference where she hosted for global events company 'unBound Digital'.
Sophie plays small featured role alongside Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard in Robert Zemeckis' most recent WWII feature film 'Allied'. Release date November 25th 2016.
Sophie's short film 'Kitty's Fortune' has its first private screening at the prestigious Picturehouse Central, Piccadilly Circus to an audience of over 100, followed by a live Q&A with herself, and the team, including Holocaust survivor Kitty Hart-Moxon.
After an exciting year of training, Sophie graduates from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama with an MA in Acting for Screen, achieving distinction overall.
Sophie successfully raises £12,000 for short film Kitty's Fortune, which she has written. The film was shot over 4 days, and Sophie played the role of Holocaust survivor Kitty Hart-Moxon.
Sophie has been offered a place at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, to study for an MA in Acting for Screen, which she will begin in October 2014.
Sophie will be performing in Ever After is and Awfully Long Time at The Pheonix Artist's Club as part of The Camden Fringe.
Sophie will be performing at the RADA Graduate Festival as Kat in war-time piece Joy Division, on July 7th and 8th.