The British actor is way more talented that you would think, read the article to know her better.
The much-anticipated fantasy series, The Witcher: Blood Origin released on Christmas day 2022. Along with huge Hollywood names, the cast also includes a number of British stars, including Sophia Brown, who plays Èile in the new limited series. The actress joined the cast much later as a replacement for Jodie Turner-Smith, who had to leave because of some scheduling issues. Èile is an Elite Guard and is described as a woman who seeks vengeance. Èile is also said to have left her clan and position as Queen's guardian to follow her passion as a nomadic musician. Hence this character was a perfect fit for Sophia Brown. Read on to know why. Here are a few things you didn't know about Sophia Brown.
Brown is a multi-talented artist. Brown is not only trained in acting and singing, but she is well versed in classical ballet, jazz, and contemporary dance. The actress, 31, has previously worked for Channel 4 in the drama series I Am.
There's a good chance you have thought to yourself while watching her, "Why does she sound familiar?" Well, Brown had signed for the voice agency, The Joneses, and then she went on to voice several ad campaigns for KFC, Max Factor, and Amazon.
The star said that it was difficult for her to let go of the characters after wrapping each shoot which is why she was considering quitting the profession.
In an interview with Marie Claire, she said that she watched a lot of fantasies growing up. Sophia, who is really close to her father and brother, would watch Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings with them.
Sophia Monique Brown was born in 1991 in Northhampton. She did her graduation from Arts Educational Schools in London.
She has both TV credits and movie credits. Some of them include The Capture, Giri/Haji, Marcella, Clique, Guerrilla, Casualty, and Top Boy.
Sophia appeared in the BAFTA-nominated series Marcella and has gotten critical acclaim for it.
Despite having a beautiful singing voice, Sophia doesn't consider herself a vocalist. In an interview with Screen Rant, the actress said that she is not a vocalist. However, she loves singing, and music is "definitely a love of" hers.