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Sofia Hublitz Biography, Age, Parents, Boyfriend, Net Worth, Ozark, Interview

Sofia Hublitz is an American actress best known for her appearance in the American television series Ozark and as a contestant on MasterChef Junior

Sofia Hublitz Biography

Sofia Hublitz is an American actress best known for her appearance in the American television series Ozark and as a contestant on MasterChef Junior

He first appeared on TV in 2013 as a juvenile contestant on MasterChef Junior. During this series, she was seen crying over a failure in one of the tasks and was comforted and assisted to redo the task by Gordon Ramsay.

In 2014, she landed her first acting role in two episodes of Louis CK’s television series Louie and in a single episode of Horace and Pete in 2016. She has been appearing in the Netflix series Ozark since 2017.  She acts alongside co-stars Julia Garner and Skylar Gaertner. In 2016, she signed up with the United Talent Agency (UTA)

Sofia Hublitz Age

Hublitz was born on 1 June 1999 in Richmond, Virginia, United States. She is will be turning 20 on 1 June 2019

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Her mother Sosie Hublitz was as an art director for the screen and father is Keiran Lawrence Gaughan.  Through her mother, she become familiar by appearing behind the scenes film production from an early age.

Sofia Hublitz Boyfriend

Has the gorgeous American actress Hublitz found a partner who could sweep her off the feet yet? she has not revealed anything about her boyfriend to her fans. She might be single.

Sofia Hublitz College

She studied at the Professional Children’s School in Manhattan, New York and pursue her artistic aspirations since she was a child. Besides attending a regular school, she was trained under an acting coach.

Sofia Hublitz Height

Height: 163 CM (5 Feet 4 Inches)
Eye color: Blue Green
Hair color: Blonde
Weight: 49 KG (108 lbs)
Shoe Size: 8

Sofia Hublitz Ozark

Hublitz was cast as Charlotte Byrde, Marty and Wendy’s 15-year-old daughter, who strives to return to Chicago in the American crime drama web television series “Ozark”

Sofia Hublitz Net Worth

Hublitz earns $10K per episode. He net worth is estimated to be around $500 thousand, however, the amount is still under review.

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Sofia Hublitz Interview

Ozark’s Sofia Hublitz Loves The Intensity Of Her First Major Role

In the Netlifx original series Ozark, the white collar Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) is forced to move his family to the eponymous Missourian region after he gets tied up in a perilous money laundering scheme. The show thrives on tension, constantly asking viewers, “What would you do?” as each episode brings the family further and further into darkness. In the middle of all of this is Marty’s daughter Charlotte, played by newcomer Sofia Hublitz, a teenager who either can’t or won’t acknowledge the severity of her new situation.

For her, the struggles of teen life are more pressing and she responds to her new situation with antipathy and disregard. It’s a far cry from Hublitz herself, who also found herself in an entirely new situation landing on a critically acclaimed series in one of her first serious acting roles. With two seasons now under her belt and a strong drive for understanding all aspects of the moviemaking process, she is demonstrating not only talent as an actor but a commitment to the craft of film and television.

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Originally from Richmond, Hublitz moved to North Carolina when she was five years old before ending up in New York by the age of eight. Her insight into the film world came early, with her mother working as an art director for the screen and her godfather working as a key grip. They proved to be a valuable resource to Hublitz, now nineteen, who quickly came to understand the scope of the filmmaking process.

“I’ve always been more involved behind the scenes. I’ve always known what it’s really like, what set life is really all about,” she explains. “A lot of people think that making a movie is just an actor, a director, a cameraman, and some lights, but hell no.

Crews are about two hundred to three hundred people—there’s about two hundred and thirty on Ozark.”Her mother eventually left that world in favor of restaurants and her culinary skills also transferred onto Hublitz—though she insists that calling cooking a “passion” is “far too generous.”

Nonetheless, she ended up competing on the show MasterChef Junior at the age of twelve, though she’s quick to downplay its importance in her career. “The inference is that I wanted exposure and wanted fame and wanted to be on TV, and that’s completely not what I wanted at all,” she explains. “I auditioned for fun and I happened to get it, I suppose. Being on TV is not something I sought out.”

Eventually, she would make it back onto the TV again, but this time fulfilling her true passion for acting. At fifteen, she appeared in two episodes of Louis CK’s Louie and also in an episode of his web series Horace and Pete. “I technically started late in the game for a young actor, but it kind of fell into place in my early teenage years,” she recalls.

Despite her limited experience, it was an easy undertaking for Hublitz, who had always felt comfortable in front of the camera: “I find it kind of easy to tune everybody out, especially if you’re with another actor that you’re having a really good scene with or have a good connection with.”

Her love of intensity is what makes Ozark so special for Hublitz. Working closely with Laura Linney, Julia Garner, and Bateman—about whom she notes, “Not everyone is capable of making people laugh or being as witty and smart with his humor as he is, so it’s really great to have him on set.”—as well as the relationships she’s built with the entire crew are points of excitement for her.

“We all get along so great on set and what’s amazing, what I’m so happy about, is the same exact crew from season one came back to season two,” she explains, “and those guys are like all of my greatest friends and them’re one of the biggest reasons why I can’t wait to go back to Atlanta if we get a third season.”