Sophie Thompson
Biographical Information
Born January 20th, 1962
London, England
Productions Company as Amy
Dancing at Lughnasa as Rose Mundy
Into the Woods as Baker's Wife
Guys and Dolls as Miss Adelaide
Vocal Type Mezzo-soprano

Sophie Thompson is an English actress.


Born in London to actress Phyllida Law, Thompson made her screen debut in the television series A Traveller in Time and studied at Bristol Old Vic School. She appeared as Ophelia in a 1988 production of Hamlet and starred in such films as Four Weddings and a Funeral, Emma and Gosford Park.

Thompson also made a number of appearances on television, including Midsomer Murders and A Harlot's Progress and a notorious turn as the soap villain Stella Crawford in EastEnders.


After receiving an Olivier Award nominated performance for her turn as Amy in Company , Thompson also portrayed the Baker's Wife in Into the Woods and Miss Adelaide in Guys and Dolls.


Dancing at Lughnasa (1995)

  • Will You Come to Abyssinia (solo)
  • Down by the Salley Gardens


Company (1995)

  • Company (contains solo lines)
  • The Little Things You Do Together (contains solo lines)
  • Getting Married Today (contains solo lines)
  • Side by Side by Side/What Would We Do Without You?
  • Poor Baby (contains solo lines)
  • Finale Ultimo

Into the Woods (1998)

  • Act One Prologue (contains solo lines)
  • The Cow as White as Milk/The Spell is On My House (duet)
  • Maybe They're Magic (duet)
  • A Very Nice Prince (duet)
  • A Very Nice Prince (reprise)(duet)
  • It Takes Two (duet)
  • Act Two Prologue (contains solo lines)
  • Any Moment (duet)
  • Any Moment (reprise)(duet)
  • Moments in the Woods (solo)
  • Act Two Finale (contains solo lines)

Guys and Dolls (2014)

  • A Bushel and a Peck (contains solo lines)
  • Adelaide's Lament (solo)
  • Take Back Your Mink (contains solo lines)
  • Adelaide's Second Lament (solo)
  • Marry the Man Today (duet)
  • Guys and Dolls (reprise)