Previous paid speaking roles
Sophie Jermyn Management
- UK English
- USA California
Quote from award winning, writer/director, Jacobie Gray (May 2015)
"I wanted to touch base with you about the lead actress, Sophie Rollason. She’s 11 years old with a wisdom and talent beyond her years. Her diligence in learning lines, getting inside the character and taking direction were so impressive and you’ll see she’s a natural in front of the camera."
November 2017- Sophie played the role of a teenager in a Corporate Induction Video for the Salvation Army Sport and Rec camp at Collaroy. Produced by Presence Media, Sydney.
2017 September- Sophie played 'Alice' a bully in a Notre Dame, final year short film directed by Rikki Clark.
2017 June-Sophie provided VO for feature film 'Swinging Safari', directed by Stephan Elliot and starring Guy Pierce and Kylie Minogue. Cutting Edge studio Sydney.
2017 - March. Sophie was a featured child in a web series called 'Little Sista', written and directed by Charmaine Bingwa. This series has just won the LGBT Award for Best Screenplay at the Toronto Film Festival 2017.
2016-Nov. Sophie provided voice over for 'Breath' (Breath Films PTY LTD) , directed by Simon Baker. Feature film release -2017
2016- May. Sophie appeared in 'The Artwork' (Hathaway Productions). Short film filmed in Sydney. Release date-August 2016
2015 - November. Sophie starred in an Amnesty International online commercial relating to the Syrian refugee crisis. This has received over 26 million views worldwide.
2015 - February. Sophie has just completed 4 intense days of filming for the short film, "The Aquarium", directed by Jacobie Gray- ALKE entertainment. Sophie played 'Penny' , the lead role and she appeared in every dramatic scene. This film has been played at the Palm Springs Film Festival, Rhode Island FF, Vancouver FF and Edinburgh FF 2015, London 2016, Portland Oregon Women's (POW) Fest 2016 and LA New Filmakers Festival, Athens Ohio FF and St Kilda Film Festival 2016. Nominated for 'Best Young Actor' at the St Kilda Festival. Runner up for Best Actor across all ages at Dungog Festival 2016.