Sophie Lowe 
Date of Birth 
5 June 1990, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England, UK
5' 6½" (1.69 m)
Mini Bio (1) 
Sophie is the daughter of 
Ian and Anne Lowe and younger sister of brother Sam. Sophie moved, with her family, to Australia, at age 10, and first developed an interest in acting, after appearing in a grade school musical production at age 16. Moreover, Lowe did some modeling in her early teens (she was signed to Chadwick Models), but eventually stopped modeling to concentrate on dancing, instead. It was her dancing which led to Sophie attending the McDonald School of Performing Arts in Sydney, Australia, where she decided to more seriously pursue acting. She did several short films and TV ads, prior to graduating from college in 2008. Lowe made her feature length film debut as the titular main character in Beautiful Kate (2009); her performance was praised by critics and she was subsequently nominated for an AFI Award for Best Lead Actress. Besides acting, Sophie also writes songs and poetry.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: woodyanders
Trade Mark (1) 
Long blonde hair
Trivia (8) 
Sophie learned to drive a Ute, 
(pickup), fire a rifle and ride a motorbike while making the feature Beautiful Kate.
Quit school after 
she was cast in Beautiful Kate (2009).
Made her catwalk debut, 
leading the catwalk parade for MIMCO at the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival (2013).
Sophie was tested for 
the female lead in Endless Love (2014), a remake of Endless Love (1981) starring Brooke Shields. She and four other actresses flew to Hollywood to meet the director and read opposite Brenton Thwaites, who was considered for the male lead.
Neither Sophie or Brenton were cast. 
She has two tattoos, 
one of a tiny line, and one with M&D (Mum & Dad) between two of her fingers.
In a relationship 
with John-Henry Pajak, drummer in the Sydney band, The Go Roll Your Bones. They first met at the 2010 Sydney Film Festival.
Jakarta, Indonesia: 
Filming After the Dark (2013). [June 2011]
New South Wales, Australia [January 2011] 
Personal Quotes (5) 
Everything happens for a reason 
... say if I don't get a role, it may be that it would have stopped me from getting another role.
Modelling I tried to do. 
I didn't really get into it - I never really felt like a model
I don't want one big moment. 
don't think anyone has just one big thing happen, it's more like a wave, going up and down, that happens throughout your life.
People kept telling me how good I was and 
... it felt really good on the stage ... so I thought, 'Hmmm, maybe I could try this.'
'People ask, 
'What if it doesn't work out?' but it will. I'll never give up.
She has two tattoos, one of a tiny line, and one with M&D (Mum & Dad) between two of her fingers.