Sophie Rundle

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Sophie Rundle is an English actress who was born on 21 April 1988. Rundel is best known for the role of Ada Shelby in the BBC One historical crime drama television series ‘Peaky Blinders.’

Rundle also appeared as the role of code-breaker Lucy in the ITV drama series ‘The Bletchley Circle.’ Furthermore, In 2011, Rundle appeared as Labia in the British/American television sitcom ‘Episodes.’ In 2017, she cast as Alice in Sky One’s drama series ‘Jamestown,’ produced by Carnival Films.

Sophie Rundle
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Sophie Rundle Height

Sophie Rundle is 5ft 5in (1.65 m) tall.


Sophie Rundle, an English actress, has $1.9 million net worth.

Early Life

Rundle has graduated in acting from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, in 2011, and later went to Bournemouth School for Girls.


Sophie Rundle first began her career by working in the British horror comedy film ‘Small Town Folk’ in 2007. She worked opposite to Warwick Davis.

In 2012, she appeared in the ITV four-part television miniseries period drama called ‘Titanic.’ The show was created by producer Nigel Stafford-Clark whereas Julian Fellowes wrote it. Certainly, the drama is based on the sinking of the RMS Titanic.

Rundle also had guest-appearance as Labia in the British/American television sitcom ‘Episodes’ in 2012. She played opposite Stephen Mangan and Matt LeBlanc, and it aired on Showtime and BBC Two.
In addition, Rundle appeared in the British film adaptation of Charles Dicken’s ‘Great Expectations.’ The film was directed by Mike Newell, with the adapted screenplay done by David Nicholls.

The film stars Jeremy Irvine, Ralph Fiennes, Helena Bonham Carter, Holliday Grainger, and Robbie Coltrane. Likewise, the movie was premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. On 30 November 2012, the film was released in the UK.

Rundle also portrayed as Sefa in the two-part episode in the final season of the BBC TV fantasy, adventure drama series Merlin.

Sophie Rundle appeared in a lead role in the ITV mystery drama series ‘The Bletchley Circle.’ The series is about four women who investigate a series of murders. The series ended on 27 January 2014.
Rundle also appeared in the role of Ada Shelby in the BBC Two historical crime drama series ‘Peaky Blinders.’ The series was based on the memoirs of the Shelby family, whose sisters, brothers, and relatives planned up the fiercest gang of all in interwar Birmingham.

Rundle was in the lead role of Fiona Griffiths. It was about a young detective constable in the Sky Living’s two-part crime series ‘Talking to the Dead.’ The series was based on the novel by Harry Bingham.
Rundle had done some research on Cotard’s Syndrome on playing Fiona Griffiths, to portray Griffiths accurately. Rundle admits that her character in the series is a little “loopy”: “Well, yes.

Moreover, Rundle guest-starred in the role of Pamela Saint in the series ‘Call the Midwife.’ She was presented as a young mother and suffers mental health problems after delivering her child, in the seventh episode of the third series of the BBC medical period drama series ‘Call the Midwife.’ The series was aired on 2 March 2014.

Rundle also worked in the six-part BBC One police procedural series ‘Happy Valley’ as Kirsten McAskill. She was presented as a policewoman who stops Lewis for speeding and was then run over by his accomplice in a recent kidnapping.

Rundle appeared in the live cooking program ‘Saturday Kitchen’ on 4 October 2014. James Martin presented the show as an interviewed guest.

In 2015, Rundle also portrayed the role of Eva Smith/Daisy Renton. She appeared in Helen Edmundson’s BBC adaptation of J.B. Priestley’s thriller film ‘An Inspector Calls.’ David Thewlis has portrayed the title role in the same movie. Furthermore, Ken Stott and Miranda Richardson were also starred in the very film.

The drama was broadcast on BBC One on 13 September 2015 and directed by Aisling Walsh. Rundle appeared as Jenny on June 2015 in the Channel 4 sitcom ‘Not Safe for Work’ along with Zawe Ashton, Sacha Dhawan, Tom Weston-Jones, Samuel Barnett, and Anastasia Hille.

Rundle portrayed the role of Honoria Barbary in BBC’s 20-part drama series ‘Dickensian.’ The series was an innovative reworking of a group of characters created by Charles Dickens. After that, the series was later aired on BBC One on 26 December 2015.

On 18 January 2016, Rundle was announced to be playing in ITV’s six-part British Comedy-drama series titled ‘Brief Encounters.’ However, the series was based on Gold Group International CEO named as Jacqueline Gold’s 1995 memoir, ‘Good Vibrations.’

The series was set in the 1980s; the series presents four women who see the potential and way of finding happiness and fulfillment by selling lingerie and sex toys to women in the privacy of their own homes.
Consequently, Rundle appeared in Sky 1’s drama series ‘Jamestown’ in the role of Alice who was presented as one of the ‘“maids to make wives.” She was presented as a woman who sailed 3,700 miles across the Atlantic to marry a stranger.

Rundle appears in the movie ‘Bodyguard’; created by Jed Mercurio, with Keeley Hawes and Gina McKee. The movie was broadcast on BBC One. However, the series is totally about the fictional story of a war veteran who is now presented as a Specialist Protection Officer for the Royalty and Specialist Protection Branch (RaSP) of London’s Metropolitan Police.

On 26 April 2018, it was announced that Rundle would be portraying wealthy heiress Ann Walker. She will work in the upcoming joint production between BBC One and HBO biographical drama series. Almost, the movie is about a real-life lesbian couple living in the North of England in the 19th century.
Sophie Rundel has experience in theatrical work as well. In other hands, She also appeared as Bunty Mainwaring ‘The

Vortex’ at the Rose Theatre, Kingston. Stephen Unwin and Noël Coward wrote and directed the movie.
She played the role of Lucia Kos in December 2014, in a new play; titled ‘3 Winters.’ London-based Croatian playwright Tena Štivičić wrote it. The play was about the Kos family, living at three crucial periods during Croatian history. Howard Davies directed the play.

Official Sites

Sophie Rundle seems active on social sites. She has a Twitter and Instagram account.




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