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Sophie Katinis

Sophie Roche
Born (1979-01-31) 31 January 1979
Melbourne, Australia
Occupation Actress
Years active 2004–present

Sophie Roche (born 31 January 1979) also known as Sophie Katinis, is an Australian Actress, who has appeared in many television and theatre roles.

Contents

  • Television 1
  • Theatre 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Television

Sophie played the role of university student Mel Bennett on the drama headLand in 2006. This led to a starring role as personal assistant Tina Carmody in the comedy series Stupid, Stupid Man followed by the role of Gabby West in the BBC television commissioned Australian soap opera, Out of the Blue. In 2010, she had a guest role in Packed to the Rafters and joined Home and Away as Veronica.

Sophie has also appeared in many Australian television commercials including a well known role as "Amy", the pushy girlfriend in television advertisements for insurer AAMI.[1]

Theatre

Sophie played the role of "Ellen" in the 2007 Australian production of Miss Saigon and was also the puppeteer and voice actress for Chatterbox in Hi-5 for some years.

References

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