Sophie Lowe Biography
Sophie Lowe is an English-born Australian actress, singer and songwriter. She is known for her roles in films such as After the Dark, Adore, Road Kill, and Beautiful Kate. She has also starred in the television series Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, The Slap, The Returned and The Beautiful Lie. Before she started a career in acting, she was a model signed to Chadwick.
Sophie Lowe Age
Lowe was born in 1990 June 5th. She is 28 years old as of 2018.
Sophie Lowe Family
Lowe was born in Sheffield, Yorkshire. She was born to Anne Lowe and Ian Lowe. She was brought up together with her brother Sam Lowe. In 2002, when she was 10 years old, she and her family moved to Australia.
Sophie Lowe John-Henry Pajak
Lowe has been in a long term relationship with John-Henry Pajak from the Polish Club Band. The two met in 2010 at the Sydney Film Festival and have been dating since then.
Sophie Lowe Acting And Music Career
Lowe was a model signed to Chadwick before she decided to quit and start a career in acting. Her first roles were as Hayley; Mirage in the short film Kindle, which was screened at the Montreal World Film Festival, and the film He. She. It. She appeared in various television advertisements before she graduated from The McDonald College in 2008. she took the lead role as Kate in the 2009 film Beautiful Kate which she was nominated for an AFI Award for Best Lead Actress. She has also appeared in the 2010 thriller film Blame as Natalie. The film was screened and received accolades at Cannes Film Festival, the 47th Chicago International Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, the 35th Toronto International Film Festival, and Buenos Aires International Film Festival of Independent Cinema.
Lowe and Rhys Wakefield from her school McDonald College co-wrote, co-directed, and starred in the short film A Man Walks Into a Bar…in 2013 which became a finalist at Sydney’s Tropfest short film festival. The two had previously worked together in the film After the Dark released in 2013. Lowe also starred as Alice from 2013 to 2014 in Once Upon a Time in Wonderland which ended after one season. In 2014 June 2nd, she was cast in the role of Lena in The Returned and the following year in 2015, Lowe starred in the Australian television series The Beautiful Lie, based on Leo Tolstoy’s novel Anna Karenina, taking the role of Kitty Ballantyne. She filmed Waiting for the Miracle to Come, the feature film debut of Australian documentary filmmaker Lian Lunson and in 2016, she joined Philip Noyce’s thriller Above Suspicion and the independent Australian film Bloom.
Aside from acting Lowe is also a singer and songwriter, performing under the alias SOLO. She released a five-song EP in December 2013, which was named after her alias and released by the online music retailer Bandcamp. Her music video for the song “Dreaming” from the SOLO Ep was directed by Bonnie Wright whos an actress. After dropped the SOLO name and started performing under her real name, she released her second EP titled EP2, with seven songs in 2015 November. Lowe stated that she had her attention between acting and music but said that she would not give up acting.
Sophie Lowe Movies And Tv Shows
The Butterfly Tree
Waiting for the Miracle to Come
What Lola Wants
After the Dark
A Man Walks Into a Bar…
One of Us
He. She. It.
Sophie Lowe TV Shows
The Beautiful Lie
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland
Sophie Lowe Net Worth
Lowe has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Sophie Lowe Taught You How To Feel
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Sophie Lowe Interview
Source: Future mag music
Futuremag Music: Hey Sophie! ‘Taught You How to Feel’ is a really beautiful and emotive song, was it catharising to write and create such a personal track?
Sophie Lowe: Hello! Thank you for the nice words! Yes, it felt very nice to get things off my chest and to be able to put it to music felt even better. I’m grateful that I have a producer (Neal Sutherland) who makes me feel comfortable enough to get to these places.
FMM: What/who inspired your vision for the single?
Sophie Lowe: I was in a bad place that I eventually woke up from. I just wanted to capture that feeling for this song and then let it go forever.
FMM: In addition to being a musician, you’re also an actress. How do you balance these two careers?
Sophie Lowe: I have a lot of down time on set / in between acting jobs so I write songs whenever I feel it. Booking shows and touring is difficult as I never know where I’m going to be! Like for example, I’m in Prague right now working on a film for three months, but I did not know I would be here until just a week before I flew across the world. Writing the songs is my favourite part though. Luckily, it is portable. Hopefully I will be able to do some shows soon.
FMM: The music video for ‘Taught You How to Feel’ was directed by Bonnie Wright who you worked with in the film After the Dark. Do you find a lot of connections between making music and acting?
Sophie Lowe: I think there is a similarity between music and acting because for me, they are both about being open and honest and vulnerable. But my music is directly personal and when I’m acting I am someone else.
Bonnie and I have stayed close since working together. She is an amazing director. She shot my first ever video clip for a song called ‘Dreaming’ in 2014. She knew how personal ‘Taught You How To Feel’ was to me. She saw first hand what I went through. I trusted her to bring it to life. She did such a great job! I am so happy with it.
FMM: Do you have any exciting plans in store for 2019?
Sophie Lowe: After working so intensely on this film in Prague, I am excited to just go home to Australia and spend time with my people.
I am writing more music and will release it at some point. I am loving life at the moment, and just taking that all in is a priority for me.
FMM: Lastly, if you and your music was a cocktail, how would you best describe it?
Sophie Lowe: It would change every night. So whatever you feel like in the moment is the right choice.
FMM: ‘Taught You How to Feel’ is a beautiful single. Thank you so much for your time.
Sophie Lowe: Thank you very much! 🙂 x