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Labels: Gypsy, Television

Entertainment Weekly released a first look at upcoming Netflix series ‘Gypsy’ starring Sophie as Sidney and Naomi Watts. Below you’ll find a still from one of the episodes:

Across the freshman drama’s 10-episode first season, Watts, a two-time Oscar nominee (here venturing into episodic TV for the first time since fronting the short-lived NBC mystery Sleepwalkers in 1997), stars as Jean Holloway, an established New York City therapist who, on paper, has the perfect life: a notable career, a spacious home in the Connecticut suburbs, a successful lawyer husband (Billy Crudup), and a bright young child. What she lacks, however, is restraint. Jean’s insatiable curiosity ultimately sees her skirting ethical lines and blurring the borders of professional reality and personal fantasy, piecing together the fragments of her patients’ admissions while stealthily forging forbidden relationships — some more physical than others — with the people in their lives.

Labels: Gypsy, Television

Labels: Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Movies, Videos
Labels: Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Movies, Videos

I’ve added production stills of Sophie as Nicole Rawlins in her latest project ‘The Crucifixion’.

Labels: Movies, The Crucifixion

Sophie was spotted on the red carpet at the 2017 Into Film Awards on March 14, 2017 in London. Pictures from the event have been added to the gallery, check it out!

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Public Appearances > 2017 > 2017 Into Film Awards
Public Appearances > 2017 > 2017 Into Film Awards – VIP Reception
Labels: Appearances

ACTIONAID – On the eve of International Women’s Day, celebrities Emilia Fox, Emily Watson, Lucy Rose, Charlie Webster, Tanya Burr, Frances Barber, Sophie Cookson, and Gabriella Wilde are starring in our new film to support our ongoing commitment and support for women’s rights.

These eight female stars of the screen, stage and music worlds have lent their voices to our powerful new film which reinforces ActionAid’s commitments to support women and girls living in some of the poorest parts of the world, in the global fight for women’s rights.

Please watch and share this film to show you stand for women’s rights this International Women’s Day.

Labels: Campaigns, Videos