Sophie Vavasseur

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Sophie Vavasseur
Born Sophie Vavasseur
1992 (age 21–22)
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-American horror film Exorcismus,[1] alongside Richard Felix, Doug Bradley and Stephen Billington.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Format Title Role
2010 Feature film 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/Red Queen
2002 Evelyn Evelyn Doyle

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