Sophie Turner


New Hollywood Award 2019 from the 45th American Film Festival

Sophie Turner has been a member of the Playbox Theatre Company since she was a child. Her portrayal of Sansa Stark, the eldest daughter of House Stark, in the phenomenon series Game of Thrones, brought her international recognition. The series, based on the novels by George R.R. Martin, won numerous Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild and Emmy Awards. The eighth and final season of the HBO-produced series has just aired on OCS in April.

This summer, the actress will star in Simon Kinberg's X Men: Dark Phoenix, in which she plays for the second time the title role of Jean Grey, the most powerful mutant with telepathic and telekinetic powers, alongside Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy.

In 2013, Sophie Turner made her film debut in the thriller Another Me by Isabel Coixet. The same year, she played the role of Adeline March in the TV movie The Thirteenth Tale, a ghost story directed by James Kent, with Vanessa Redgrave, Olivia Colman and Robert Pugh. In 2015, she co-stars with Jessica Alba, Samuel L. Jackson and Hailee Steinfeld in Kyle Newman's Secret Agency. Sophie Turner plays a spy posing as a high school student to unmask a 16-year-old killer who faked her death to lead a normal teenage life. The following year, she played the mutant Phoenix, aka Jean Grey, in X-Men: Apocalypse by Bryan Singer. The film was a global success, grossing $543.9 million worldwide, topping the box office in 71 territories and breaking the record for best opening night in six countries.

In 2017, she was Josie in the independent feature film of the same title directed by Eric England, in which she co-stars as Dylan McDermott, who plays a lonely man developing an ambiguous relationship with a recently transplanted student, played by Sophie Turner.

She recently co-starred with Asa Butterfield in Andrew Bowler's Time Lovers, a debut film based on the Oscar-nominated short of the same title, in which a physics student who has just split up with his girlfriend, played by Sophie Turner, decides to build a time machine.

She will soon be in the independent film Heavy by Jouri Smit, from a script by Seth Miller, in which she stars with Daniel Zovatto.

Tribute evening on the occasion of the 45th edition of the American Festival of Deauville in his presence on Saturday, September 7, followed by the screening of the film Heavy by Jouri Smith.


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