Sophia Anne Caruso

Actor

BIOGRAPHY

Sophia Anne Caruso (born July 11, 2001) is an American actress. Born and raised in Spokane, Washington, Caruso is a New York-based actress and singer. Her professional career began at the age of nine starring as Annie and as Helen Keller in the Interplayers Theater's production of The Miracle Worker, directed by Oscar Award winner Patty Duke. In 2014, she originated the featured role of Charlotte van Gotheem, in the world premiere of Susan Stroman's Little Dancer with music by Stephen Flaherty and book and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. In 2015, Caruso earned a Lucille Lortel Nomination for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play for her portrayal as Iris in Jennifer Haley's play The Nether, directed by Anne Kauffman at the MCC Theater in New York. The same year, she originated the role of "Girl" in the world premiere of David Bowie's Lazarus at New York Theatre Workshop in Manhattan. In 2016 she appeared in Janet Grillo's award winning film Jack of the Red Hearts. Caruso then made her Broadway debut as The Girl in Joe Mantello's production of David Harrower's play Blackbird opposite Jeff Daniels and Michelle Williams at the Belasco Theatre. Later that year, she appeared in the revival of Encores! production of Elizabeth Swados' 1978 musical Runaways at New York City Center. In October 2016 she reprised her role as "Girl" in London in the King's Cross Theatre production of Lazarus earning her a Whats On Stage Award nomination for "Best Supporting Actress in a Musical".

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