Sophie Bennett

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Sophie Bennett
Born Sophie Bennett
(1989-02-06) 6 February 1989 (age 26)
Toronto, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Actress, singer, dancer, producer, director
Years active 1996 – present

Sophie Bennett is a Canadian actress, singer, dancer, producer, and director. She is best known for her role as Stevie Lake #1 in the Australian television series, The Saddle Club.

The Saddle Club[edit]

In 2000, Bennett moved to Australia for six months after being cast as Stevie Lake #1 the television series The Saddle Club. During the show's sporadic run, Bennett has released four albums with her co-stars under the name The Saddle Club, all of which have made the Australian charts with two earning "Gold" status.[citation needed]

Sydney Royal Easter Show[edit]

Bennett and other cast members performed The Saddle Club Arena Show on horseback during the Sydney Royal Easter Show in 2004 at the Sydney SuperDome.[1]

Singing career[edit]

In 2001–2004, Bennett recorded five Saddle Club albums (Fun For Everyone, On Top Of The World, Friends Forever, Hello World: The Best Of The Saddle Club, Saddle Club Greatest Hits and Secrets & Dreams). In 2003, Bennett was signed with Shock Records, and has released five CDs and two singles with her best friend and former Saddle Club co-star Kia Luby.

Career after The Saddle Club[edit]

After graduating from Vaughan Road Academy in 2007 Sophie went on to study Media, Theory and Production at The University of Western Ontario. Today Sophie Bennett works as a director and producer in Canada.[2]


Film and television
Year Title Role Notes
1996 Critical Choices Danette TV movie
1996 Goosebumps Medieval Girl Episode: "A Night in Terror Tower": Part 2
1997 When Secrets Kill Crystal Hughes TV movie
1998 Goosebumps Katie Zinman Episode: "Bride of the Living Dummy"
1998 Real Kids, Real Adventures Stephanie Episode: "Runaway Balloon"
1998 Mighty, TheThe Mighty Little Girl
1998 Universal Soldier II: Brothers in Arms Annie TV movie
2000 Code Name: Eternity Jenny Episode: "Laura's Story"
2001–2003 The Saddle Club Stephanie "Stevie" Lake #1 52 episodes
2002 Odyssey 5 Brianna Mason Episode: "Dark at the End of the Tunnel"
2002 Salem Witch Trials Abigail Williams TV movie
2004 What Katy Did Elsie Carr TV movie
2012 Where Do We Go From Here Sasha Short film


Sophie Bennett recorded some CDs for "The Saddle Club" and with Kia Luby.

The Saddle Club discography[edit]

  • Fun For Everyone (2002) – #45 Australia
  • On Top of the World (2003) – #20 Australia
  • Friends Forever (2003) – #38 Australia
  • Secrets & Dreams (2004) – #49 Australia
  • Hello World – The Best Of The Saddle Club (2004)
  • Summer With The Saddle Club (2008)
  • The Saddle Club – Greatest Hits (2009)
  • Grand Gallop – Hello World (2009) – Released in France only.

The Saddle Club Singles[edit]

  • "We Are The Saddle Club" (2002) – Australia
  • "Hello World" (2002) – #27 Australia #8 France
  • "Hey Hey What You Say" (2003) – #20 Australia
  • "Hello World/Hey Hey What You Say" (2003)
  • "Wonderland" (2003) – #17 Australia
  • "Special Mane Event EP" (2004)
  • "Boogie Oogie Oogie" (2003) – #29 Australia
  • "Everybody Come On" (2003)
  • "Undercover Movers And Shakers" (2004) – #42 Australia
  • "L.I.F.E" (2004) – #34 Australia
  • "Welcome To The Saddle Club" (2004)
  • "Sleeping Under The Stars" (2004)

Sophie & Kia discography[edit]

  • Planet Tokyo (2005) – Australia
  • He's Everything (2005) – Australia
  • Raw Beauty (2005) – Australia
  • Spin (2005) – Australia
  • Raw Beauty Acoustic Sessions (2005) – Australia

Sophie & Kia Singles[edit]

  • "Planet Tokyo" (2005) – Australia
  • "He's Everything" (2005) – Australia #40 AUS

Sophie's Singles[edit]

  • Nothing To Say
  • I'd Rather Be With You
  • I Just Wanna Belong


  1. ^ Easter Show shocker – Entertainment. (2004-04-02). Retrieved on 2012-12-23.
  2. ^ The Saddle Club Are All Grown Up

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