Sophie Bould

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Sophie Bould is a British theatre and TV actress. Sophie is originally from Shropshire where she attended St Dominic's High School for Girls in Brewood, but is now based in London.

Sophie graduated with a first class degree from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts having earlier attended the National Youth Theatre.

Sophie's television appearances include: The Inspector Lynley Mysteries, Holby City, and is represented Hatton McEwan.

She appeared in London's West End at The Palladium in the original Andrew Lloyd Webber's production of 'The Sound of Music', alongside Connie Fisher, winner of the hit TV reality show "How do you solve a problem like Maria?". Sophie played the eldest child of the Von Trapp family, Liesl. She was also the understudy for "Maria" and has received rave reviews in that role having stepped in to cover an extended absence by Fisher through illness. Bould left The Sound of Music on 24 September 2007.

Sophie appeared at the National Theatre on the South Bank in Coram Boy and enjoyed a season at Regents Park, London. Her stage debut was as the lead in the Rodgers and Hammerstein version of Cinderella, at Bristol Old Vic.

In 2008 she starred in the UK tour of Noises Off [1] and later that year as Belle at The Birmingham Rep Theatre in A Christmas Carol until Jan 2010.[2]

During the summer of 2010, Sophie joined the companies of Sheridan's The Critic and Tom Stoppard's The Real Inspector Hound at Chichester Festival Theatre, playing to full houses and rave reviews.

Most recently she took the leading role of Lily in The Secret Garden at Edinburgh Festival Theatre and The Royal Alexandra Theatre Toronto, Canada.

Sophie's recent filming work can be viewed at the Vogue Street Lights Project at Mappin & Webb Jewellers, 1 Old Bond Street from 10 May 2011.

Bould will star in a U.K. tour of High Society in early 2013.[3]

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