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Sophie Lee

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About Sophie

Sophie Lee grew up in Newcastle, NSW. Her parents were both teachers. Sophie’s childhood was largely undisturbed by television as it was banned from the family household. Sophie’s career in film, television and theatre has spanned twenty years. She has evolved from a family favourite, hosting the popular half hour Bug’s Bunny Show for the Nine Network, aged twenty, to becoming an accomplished actress in iconic Australian films such as Muriel’s Wedding and The Castle.

Sophie’s film credits include He Died With A Felafel in His Hand, Bootmen and Mimi and she also starred alongside Kate Winslet and Harvey Keitel in Oscar winner Jane Campion’s film Holy Smoke. Sophie has relished her theatre career, appearing in productions ranging from the 40th Anniversary production of Summer of the Seventeenth Doll for the Melbourne Theatre Company, directed by Robyn Nevin, to Gary’s House for the Q Theatre to the title role of Mim in the Virgin Mim for the Sydney Theatre Company. She has many varied television credits ranging from comedic to dramatic. These have included stints in the Flying Doctors, Halifax FP and Good Guys Bad Guys to her most recent ongoing role as resident forensic pathologist in Blackjack for Network Ten which aired in 2006.

Sophie lives in Sydney with her husband, three children and two French Bulldogs. Alice in La La Land was her first novel. Edie Amelia and The Monkey Shoe Mystery was her first children’s book. And in May 2011  the sequel Edie Amelia and the Runcible River Fever was released. 

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No Time for Writer's Block, or Bench Pressing 30 Kilos

13/06/2011 - 09:35

A funny thing seems to be happening as my children grow older. Instead of becoming more productive, as I’d expected, I’ve established a pattern of getting less done than ever. Read full post
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Sorry, Your Son Won't Be Travelling With Us Today

10/12/2010 - 11:01

What follows is a lesson on adhering to the warnings found in the small print of your travel documents. Read full post
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Travelling With Children - Empathy for the Parent Please

18/08/2010 - 14:51

When parents discuss the relative horrors of long haul flights on which their young children accompany them, I can only murmur sympathetically. Read full post
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Happy Travels

24/08/2010 - 11:06

Thanks for sharing the horrors.
I would only use Phenergan on a flight if I wanted my kids to run helter skelter up and down aisles for twenty four hours!
I confess I've been spared the jumbo road bonanaza avec enfants, where road kill is used in I-spy and a seven hour Sydney Newcastle commute is beyond the pale.
SL

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