Sophie Reynolds Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Career, Net Worth, Boyfriend, Disney XD, Instagram, Twitter, Interview

Sophie Reynolds Biography

Sophie Reynolds is an American actress best known for her role in the “Disney XD” series “Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything.” She appeared as “Ashley Parker” a high school student who loves to play video games. She is a trained ballet, hip hop, contemporary, jazz and tap dancer. She is also a member of “immaBEAST” dance troupe. Apart from her film appearances, she has also lent her voice in the animated show “Big Hero 6: The Series.” Her most recent appearance came in the web series ‘Youth & Consequence’ (2018). She plays ‘Plain Jane’ in the comedy-drama series that airs on ‘YouTube Red.’

Sophie Reynolds Age

Sophie was born on April 2, 1999. She is currently 20 years old as of 2019. Her birth sign is Aries.

Sophie Reynolds Height|Weight

She stands 5 feet and 0 inches tall. She weighs a total of 110 pounds.

Sophie Reynolds Family|Early Life

Reynolds was born in California, USA. There is not much information about her family but she is rumored to have an elder brother named Owen. Sophie resides with her brother in California. Sophie started dancing at the age of three and learnt the art to become a professional dancer. She is trained in jazz, ballet, hip hop, contemporary, and tap style of dance.

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Sophie Reynolds Career

Reynolds made her acting debut in 2014 as a dancer in the film “Finding Oblivion”.  Her breakthrough role came in the 2015 series “Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything” in which she played the lead.She gained a lot of recognition and fame after starring in the ‘Disney XD’ series. She played ‘Ashley Parker,’ a blonde-haired high school girl, who played volleyball.

In 2015, she also appeared in TV series’ ‘Home & Family’ and ‘Piper’s Picks TV’ as herself. In 2016, she landed another role in the fantasy film “Mostly Ghostly: One Night in Doom House” based on R.L Stine’s book of the same name. In 2017, she lent her voice to a character named “Juniper” in the animation series “Big Hero 6: The Series” She is currently playing ‘Plain Jane’ in an American comedy web series called ‘Youth & Consequences.’ The show premiered on March 7, 2018, on ‘YouTube Red.’

Sophie’s Net Worth

Her current net worth is still under review. This information will be updated soon.

Sophie’s Boyfriend

Sophie is currently in a relationship with Cameron Boyce. The duo has been dating since 2015, The became close while working on the TV series “Gamer’s Guide To Pretty Much Everything”.

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Sophie Reynolds Disney

She became a disney star after she was working on the TV series “Gamer’s Guide To Pretty Much Everything”. She portrays the character “Ashley” a nice girl and is very loyal to her team and Conor. Ashley loves video games, but she plays on the volleyball team. She doesn’t want the team to find out, they will make fun of her. She tends to act scatterbrained and ditzy, although she shows herself to be highly intelligent when the situation demands it.

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                                             Sophie Reynolds Interview

                                                           “Interview With Taylor Magazine”


Taylor Magazine: Tell us a little bit about you and what you do!

Sophie: I’m an actress and I’ve been doing it for around four years. I’m originally from Portland, Oregon but I moved to L.A. when I was 14 to start acting. For me, it was a later-in-life thing. I grew up dancing and thought that I’d be a dancer my whole life. It wasn’t until I was 15 and I started acting class that my focus completely switched. It’s really exciting to make people feel things, laugh with people, cry with people – it’s a very special art-form. I love to explore different characters too.

Taylor Magazine: With the characters you’ve played before, do you have a favourite or one that has been a challenge to play?

Sophie: The character I played on the show I did most recently, Plain Jane on Youth and Consequences, is probably my favourite character. She’s the most complex and as a role, it was definitely the most challenging one too because it’s the most dramatic thing I’ve been able to do.

Taylor Magazine: How do you prepare for roles, particularly if they’re out of your comfort zone?

Sophie: It’s always different but it comes down to just a lot of research, reading my script a lot, looking at what motivates the character as an individual. Anything that I can relate to in my life, I give my character. I definitely learn a lot from every role I do – being on different sets, adapting to different work environments. Every set is completely different. Also, by working with different actors, I would say I take the most from them. Every time I’m on a new project, that’s the most exciting part for me.

Taylor Magazine: What’s your favourite thing about being in the acting industry?

Sophie: Honestly, just straight acting is my favourite part of the whole thing. I love that I love going to work – it’s such a nice feeling. Even if you have to wake up at 6am to be on set, it’s always fun. But on the flip side, the rejection is definitely the hardest part of acting. You hear ‘no’ so much and it can take a while to get that project that is perfect for you.

Taylor Magazine: When was the point that you realised your acting career was going somewhere?

Sophie: It’s funny because I had a strange progression – I didn’t work much until I booked the Disney show that I did. It wasn’t until I got that, that I thought ‘Oh, I’m actually doing this!’ I was pretty new to acting, I had only really started that year.

Taylor Magazine: Do you ever get nervous?

Sophie: All of the time – I’m always nervous! The first couple of days I always feel like it’s the first time I’ve ever done it and then as soon as I start acting I’m fine. It’s always the drive to set the first time that’s so nerve-racking!

Taylor Magazine: Who would you love to work with in the future?

Sophie: I would love to work with Greta Gerwig – I really enjoyed Ladybird this year and I think she’s an incredible writer. I’m really interested in playing complex and strong women – they’re always exciting to me. I’ve been lucky with the characters I’ve got to play so far.

Taylor Magazine: Let’s talk about Youth and Consequences – what was the whole experience like for you and what have you taken from it?

Sophie: Youth and Consequences was absolutely amazing – the show is a female centred show and our lead, Anna Akana, is also one of our Executive Producers. She is an incredible woman and the entire cast is just awesome too. The whole experience was great for me, because I learnt so much from my fellow cast members and we all truly bonded as a family. Getting to watch Anna on set and see her in a leadership role and acting with us, was a massive learning experience. The thing I’ll take most from Youth and Consequences is watching Anna and learning from her how to be in charge of a set in a lot of ways. I’ve thought about it because it definitely interests me, especially as I get older and gain experience. But I still have a lot to learn before I would fully jump to the other side!

Taylor Magazine: How would you spend your perfect day off?

Sophie: I would probably be here in L.A. with my friends and family. Maybe go and see a movie, I love to go and watch films. In the summer, I would definitely go to the beach! A beach day with friends, some coffee, then watching Veep – I’m good to go!

Taylor Magazine: If you’re having a stressful day and you need to switch off and wind down, what do you do?

Sophie: TV – that’s my outlet for relaxation because I can shut my brain off and go into another world. That’s partly the reason I love doing acting because it’s always been a big part of my life.

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