Sophie Rundle is an English actress (born April 19, 1988), best known for portraying Ada Thorne within the BBC One historical crime drama television series named Peaky Blinders, Ann Walker in BBC One, and HBO’s period drama Gentleman Jack, Vicky Budd within the BBC television series Bodyguard, code-breaker Lucy within the ITV drama series The Bletchley Circle and Labia within the British/American television sitcom Episodes. Sophie had also played the role of Alice in Sky One’s 2017 drama Jamestown.
Family and Marital Status
Rundle was born in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. She has two brothers. She attended Bournemouth School for women. In 2011, Rundle graduated from the academy of theater with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree in Acting. Rundle then got engaged to the actor named Matt Stokoe, whom she met on the set of Jamestown, then afterwards they gave birth to a son born in the year 2021.
Sophie Rundle started her career within the British horror comedy film settlement Folk in 2007 opposite Warwick Davis. Later in 2012, she starred in the ITV four-part television miniseries period drama, Titanic. Created by producer Nigel Stafford-Clark and written by Julian Fellowes, which is predicated on the sinking of the RMS Titanic. During the year in 2012, Rundle appeared in the Great Expectations which was directed by Mike Newell.
The film premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Festival and was released in the UK on 30 November 2012. She also appears as Ada Shelby within the BBC Two period crime drama series Peaky Blinders, supported by the memoirs of the Shelby family, whose many brothers, sisters, and relatives conjure the fiercest gang of dead interwar Birmingham. On mastering the Brummie accent during production, Rundle said that she and therefore the remainder of the cast had struggled with it initially because it’s not heard much on television, but managed to master the accent after a group visit in Birmingham.