The Irish actress, Sophie Vavasseur rose to fame after playing her award-nominated role Evelyn Doyle in the 2002 film Evelyn. Born and raised in Dublin, Ireland, she has done many films and on stage roles as well as numerous advertisements and voice-overs in her career. Also, she is known for her prominent roles in the movies Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Becoming Jane, and Bring It On 2017: Cheersmack Worldwide.
Sophie Vavasseur was born on May 10, 1992, in Dublin, Ireland, under the birth sign of Taurus. She holds an Irish nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group.
She was raised by her parents in Dublin. Well, she spent most of her early days with her family. Her father Christopher Vavasseur died on October 23, 2008.
The beautiful actress is not married at present. She is in a relationship with Jordan Patrick Smith who is from the show-biz and has also featured together in a TV series.
The couple met each other during the making of the famous TV series Vikings where they both starred ad eventually started dating from 2016.
Previously, she was rumored to be dating James McAvoy from the movie Evelyn. Also, they were spotted in public but the actress mentioned him as a close friend.
The 26-years-old actress has an estimated net worth of $500 thousand. She earns her fortune from her successful career as an actress. Also, she featured in various popular movies and television series that helped her gain prominence.
She earns an average salary of $40 thousand as per her roles in the movies. Similarly, she makes $15 thousand per episode from the TV series she features in.
The actress featured in the movie Resident Evil: Apocalypse which gathered $129.3 million at the box office and $45 million with a budget. Similarly, she starred in Becoming Jane that collected $39,380,877 at the box office and $16.5 million with a budget.
Her first act was Evelyn, in which she played the title role as the daughter of Pierce Brosnan’s character. The second was Resident Evil: Apocalypse where she played Charles Ashford’s daughter Angela “Angie” Ashford, who was the creator of the T-virus.
Moreover, she appeared in Becoming Jane, a movie based on the private life of Jane Austen, in 2017. She played like a possessed teenager in the Spanish horror film Exorcismus in 2010, alongside Richard Felix, Doug Bradley, and Stephen Billington.