Sophie Kennedy Clark

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Sophie Kennedy Clark
Born 1990
Aberdeen, Scotland, UK[1]
Occupation Actress

Sophie Kennedy Clark (born 1990) is a Scottish actress. She is the daughter of actress and singer Fiona Kennedy and the granddaughter of singer Calum Kennedy.


Her first big break came when she starred as David Tennant's eldest daughter in the television series Single Father. She next went on to do theatre in London's Southwark Playhouse in Eight Women and had appeared in a handful of projects including Lauren in the episode of Black Mirror entitled "The National Anthem". In 2012, she made a short appearance in Dark Shadows, with Johnny Depp. She also appeared in Stephen Frears' film Philomena (2013) and in Lars von Trier's film Nymphomaniac (2014).





  1. ^ "Sophie Kennedy Clark". The Scotsman. 16 February 2014. 

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