Sophie Flay Biography
Sophie Flay (Sophie Catherine Flay) is an American voice artist, reality television personality and aspiring broadcast journalist. Flay is the daughter of Bobby Flay, A celebrity chef and shares her love for food with him. Growing up with a chef father, Sophie is talented at cooking, as well.
She went to the University of Southern California and interned at several media organizations in her attempts to build a career. Sophie loves hanging out with her friends and visit beautiful places.
Flay is a community journalist for ABC7 covering stories in Silver Lake and adjacent communities. She officially joined the team in March 2019 after interning for ABC7.
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Sophie Flay Family
Sophie is the daughter of Bobby Flay an American celebrity chef, restaurateur, and reality television personality and Kate Connelly, now divorced. Sophie through her mother, has an older stepbrother called Jonathan. Sophie and Bobby Flay appeared on TV together for the first time on The Rachael Ray Show when she was 17 years old and spoke about what it was like to live with an Iron Chef for a father.Sophie Flay Photo
Sophie Flay Education | College
Sophie went to broadcast journalism at the University of Southern California and subsequently interned for organizations like NBC News, Dash Radio, and NBC Sports.
During her time at USC, Sophie focused on storytelling for emerging, digital platforms. She created an award-winning IGTV show that won third place in the 2019 BEA Festival of Media Arts.
Sophie Flay and Bobby Flay
Sophie loves food and everything about it, including making and decorating it. Her father once said, “She’s really interested in food, loves to eat food, loves to go to restaurants, will try anything. I just thought it was kind of fun that Sophie wanted to teach me how to make a dish or two.”
When asked about what about Sophie’s absolute comfort in front of the camera he admires, Bobby said, “The thing about Sophie is, like, you talk about getting nervous in front of the camera — I don’t think she ever does. I don’t think she cares— but in the best way. I don’t think she’s worried about it.”