SOPHIE TURNER's breakthrough role was as ‘Sansa Stark’ in the hugely successful Golden Globe, SAG and Emmy award winning series Game of
Sophie made her feature film debut in the lead role of Another Me. For television, Sophie was seen in BBC2's The Thirteenth Tale.
Other film credits include Barely Lethal, X-Men: Apocalypse, Dark Phoenix, Huntsville, and Time Freak.
SOPHIE TURNER's breakthrough role was as ‘Sansa Stark’, the eldest daughter of House Stark in the hugely successful Golden Globe, SAG and EMMY award winning series GAME OF THRONES based on the books by George RR Martin.
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In 2013, Sophie made her feature film debut in the lead role of ANOTHER ME from Fox International, directed by Isobel Coixet (ELEGY, PARIS JE T’AIME). For television, Sophie was seen in
the BBC2, THE THIRTEENTH TALE, a chilling ghost story that examines family tragedy, Sophie played Adeline March opposite Vanessa Redgrave, Olivia Colman, Antonia Clarke and Robert Pugh.
In 2015, Sophie starred in BARELY LETHAL, alongside Jessica Alba, Samuel L. Jackson and Hailee Steinfield. Directed by Kyle Newman, the film centres on a 16 year-old assassin who fakes her own death in pursuit of a ‘normal’ adolescence. Sophie plays an undercover agent who enrols in high school to help capture the teen.
In 2016, SOPHIE TURNER starred as mutant Phoenix ‘Jean Grey’ in Bryan Singer’s X-MEN: APOCALYPSE, alongside Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy. The most powerful character of the X-Men, her powers are telepathy, telekinesis and mind control. She reprised the role of Jean Grey in the hotly anticipated DARK PHOENIX released in 2018.
In 2017, Sophie starred in the independent film HUNTSVILLE alongside Dylan McDermott, about a solitary man in a Florida town who develops a questionable relationship with a recently transplanted high school student named Josie (played by Sophie). Sophie has also starred in romantic film TIME FREAK alongside Asa Butterfield, the directorial debut of Andrew Bowler and is inspired by the Oscar-nominated short of the same name. The film follows a heartbroken physics student (Butterfield) who builds a time machine when his girlfriend Debbie (Turner) breaks up with him. She was also the lead in X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX, reprising her role as mutant Phoenix ‘Jean Grey’, she was joined by Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy.