Sophie Wilde

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Sophie Wilde - Biography, Profile, Facts, and Career

Sophie Wilde is an Australian actress. She’s best recognized for starring in Eden (2021), You Don’t Know Me (2021), and Tom Jones (2023).

She also appeared in a number of films, including Talk to Me (2022) and The Portable Door (2023).


Sophie Wilde started her journey by taking brief acting classes as a child and going to Sydney’s Newtown High School of the Performing Arts.

She then enrolled at the National Institute of Dramatic Art. After completing her studies, she landed her first acting job in Bell Shakespeare’s acclaimed 2020 creation of Hamlet.

One year later, which is in 2021, she was offered a role in the Australian TV series Eden. It officially marked her debut as an actress.

After successfully carrying out her first role in showbiz, she was offered another role in the British TV series You Don’t Know Me (2021) from which she gained her popularity.

Not long after that, she was chosen as the new face to represent a fine jewelry line, the 2021 Kandinsky Collection.

Sophie was also keen to venture out into something entirely different, which is starring in a movie. In 2022, she was gearing up for two movies back-to back, The Portable Door and Talk To Me.

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  • Real Name: Sophie Wilde
  • Stage Name: Sophie Wilde
  • Nickname: Sophie
  • Birthday: May 16, 1997 
  • Birthplace: Sydney, Australia
  • Zodiac Sign: –
  • Nationality: Australian
  • Religion: –
  • Profession: Actress
  • Education:
    Sydney’s Newtown High School of the Performing Arts;
    Australian Theatre for Young People;
    National Institute of Dramatic Art
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  • Instagram: @sophiewildee
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Height, Weight, & Physical Appearance 

  • Height: 170 cm (5’6″)
  • Weight: 55 Kg (121 lbs)
  • Blood Type: –
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Dark brown
  • Body Measurements: –
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  • Father: Simon Wilde
  • Mother: Monannlisa Wilde
  • Brother: 1
  • Sister: –

Boyfriend & Dating History

She hasn’t been involved in any publicly known relationship. She most likely wants to keep her personal and dating life private.

Net Worth

The exact amount of her net worth is not known, but various sources estimated the number to lie between $700 thousand and $900 thousand.

She seemed to mostly earn from her career as a professional actress.


  • Sophie was raised by an Australian father and an Ivorian mother from the Ivory Coast in southern West Africa.
  • Personality-wise, she has a youthful excitement matched with a youthful timidness.
  • She realized she wanted to become an actress from a very young age.
  • Sophie loves having ‘me time’ and can get stressed easily when surrounded by a lot of people.
  • Initially, her grandparents instilled a passion for live drama, but it was Audrey Hepburn’s performance alongside Gregory Peck in the movie Roman Holiday (1953) that really solidified her dream of becoming an actress.
  • Her father is an abstract artist and her mother is an instructor.
  • When she was five years of age, she signed up for classes at the National Institute of Dramatic Arts as well as the Australian Theater for Young People.
  • Senior actress Viola Davis inspires her a lot.
  • Her ideal type is…

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  • Talk To Me (2022), as Mia
  • The Portable Door (2022), as Sophie Pettingel

TV Series

  • Tom Jones (PBS | 2022), as Sophia Western
  • You Don’t Know Me (BBC1 | 2021), as Kyra
  • Eden (Stan | 2021), as Scout Lewis


“I love fashion, I’ve always watched fashion shows and kept up to date, and so there’s something that feels slightly surreal about being in Paris and being amongst it with a brand like Chanel. It’s been such a dream.”

“As an actor, you’re playing a character. You have a script to base yourself off, so in some ways, it’s less vulnerable. With stills, it’s just you, so sometimes it feels like I don’t know what to do and I feel kind of uncomfortable. But if you look at it through an actor’s mindset, then that can make you feel more comfortable.” 

“I suppose through just continually working and watching other actors, or meeting some incredible other actors that I’ve had the privilege of working with, really grounds you. I think you start to feel more grounded in yourself and in your work.”

“I think finding my voice and being able to back myself creatively or speak up in a situation has been a process and such a valuable skill. I think sometimes you do have to be like, ‘I disagree with this’ or ‘I need this for me’ honestly. That’s been a challenge, but a valuable lesson.”

“I think there’s such a thing when you’re starting out where you don’t want to seem like a diva. Or like, I don’t want to step on anyone’s toes. But also, it’s your craft. There’s actually nothing wrong with being like, ‘I need five minutes to be alone and to do this.’ And everyone will always respect that because they’re there to support you. 

“I remember coming out of drama school and saying that the first work I wanted to make would be in Australia. I’d rather do Australian films than an American film, or a British film. That was really important to me.”

“I think fundamentally, I love Australian film, television, and theatre. I love Australia, I am Australian, it’s an intrinsic part of who I am. Championing the industry is really important to me, and to be able to be a part of it is really important to me.”

“I love ‘me time’ and I get stressed easily by people. I think working on this job, it’s great training. Leaving home and being independent for the first time and working professionally and all of these things, I think, really kind of change the chemistry of who you are and [you] inevitably kind of grow from that.”

“I love my life, my private life, but I guess that’s how it is with this job. I think it’s about trying to find a balance between retaining your own sense of self, and your own community, and that world, and how do you balance it all.”

“Obviously I want to be an advocate for diversity because that’s important to me. It’s an intrinsic part of my life and will become an intrinsic part of my career. But it does get exhausting sometimes when it feels like you’re just, like, the face for this.”

“Viola Davis is literally my life … when she won her Emmy and made that speech, I remember watching and bawling my eyes out. It was the first time I was like, ’Actually, maybe I can do this. Look at this amazing black woman achieving this award. How incredible.”

Rising starlet, Sophie Wilde, has so much appeal and talent in acting that it is a small wonder that she is considered one of the actresses everyone should look out for in the future.


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