Sophie Vavasseur

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Sophie Vavasseur
Born Sophie Vavasseur
1992 (age 22–23)
Dublin, Ireland
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present

Sophie Vavasseur (born 1992) is an Irish actress best known for her award-nominated role as Evelyn Doyle in the Irish film Evelyn.

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Born in Dublin, Ireland, Vavasseur has appeared in films, onstage, and done a number of advertisements and voice-overs. She has acted in four films to date. The first is Evelyn, in which she plays the title role (Pierce Brosnan's character's daughter). The second is Resident Evil: Apocalypse where she plays Charles Ashford's daughter (Angela "Angie" Ashford) who was the creator of the T-Virus. Film credits also include the IMAX film Twang and Reign of Fire[citation needed] starring Matthew McConaughey and Christian Bale. On stage she appeared in Come on Over by Conor McPherson at The Gate Theatre.

In 2007, Vavasseur appeared in Becoming Jane, a movie based on the private life of Jane Austen; that same year she would star in a new British television adaptation of Charles Dickens's The Old Curiosity Shop. In 2010 she appeared as a possessed teenager in the Spanish horror film Exorcismus,[1] alongside Richard Felix, Doug Bradley and Stephen Billington.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Format Title Role
2015 Feature film Resident Evil: Rising Angela Ashford
2010 Exorcismus Emma Evans
2007 TV film The Old Curiosity Shop Nell Trent
Miniseries Northanger Abbey Annie Thorpe
Feature film Becoming Jane Jane Lefroy
2004 Resident Evil: Apocalypse Angela Ashford
2002 Evelyn Evelyn Doyle

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