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Sofia Black-D’elia is an American actress known for the characters she portrays in television series and films. She played Tea Marcello in the comedy series Skins, Sabrina in hit comedy series by FOX The Mick, Andrea Cornish in The Night Of, and Sage Spence in the popular Gossip Girl series. She has also appeared on Broadway in a production of Usual Girls with the Roundabout Theatre Company, as well as the sci-fi series Project Almanac. Sofia has gained a reputation for playing bratty, carefree, and wild characters. She has tried her hands at comedy too and so far the gamble has paid off spectacularly.
The actress has garnered numerous fans and followers thanks to her acting talents, enviable looks, and cheery personality. Although Sofia is still very young, as is her career, she has been deemed a star on the rise and more serious acting opportunities are expected to come her way as the years trudge on. Contrary to what the characters she portrays might lead you to believe, Sofia is not so put-together and is, in fact, a very awkward person. She’s vulnerable, insecure, and all about embracing the imperfect parts of herself. She is set to appear in the exciting new remake of the movie Ben-Hur.
Sofia Black-D’Elia Biography (Age)
Sofia was born in December 1991 in Clifton, New Jersey. She had a normal childhood for the most part and attended Clifton High School. She never actually dreamed of becoming an actress and only got into the trade by accident. When she was a little kid, a group of girls she admired signed up for acting classes and she enrolled too.
She landed her first television role when she was 17 on the long-running series All My Children as Bailey. She went on to star in the MTV rendition of the successful British drama series Skins, in which she portrays a rebellious openly lesbian teenager named Tea. Sofia scored a momentous role in the last season of Gossip Girl, playing a meddlesome teenager and Nate Archibald’s love interest, Sage.
The accomplished actress has also featured in the hit HBO series The Night Of as the drug-experimenting troubled character Andrea who suffers a terrible and premature death, and in The Mick as a rule-breaking party girl Sabrina who interestingly is a member of her school’s honor board. Sofia Black-D’elia starred alongside , star of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Away from acting, Sofia is beloved for being frank and outspoken about her stance on politics, social justice, and inequality. She is constantly sharing her opinions and disagreements on her social media platforms. She is the sort of person who believes in acknowledging the many ways we fail each other in society, how the systems fail us and she encourages social responsibility across all levels. The actress currently lives in New York City, although she longs for her birthplace, New Jersey all the time and wants to return there someday.
Sofia Black-D’elia was lucky to be born to parents of good standing, not just economically but in other aspects as well. Her father is a Superior Court Judge in New Jersey named Anthony V. D’Elia, while her mother, Eleanor, works in a printing firm. Sofia’s mother is Jewish, and her father is of Italian descent, so the actress is multiracial.
Who’s Her Boyfriend
There have been a lot of rumors concerning Sofia’s relationship status and whether or not she is a lesbian. The rising actress is in fact very straight. She has been dating the German-born American filmmaker Henry Joost. He is Ariel Schuman’s production and directing partner, best known for his works on Catfish, Nerve, Mega Man, Viral, Metropolis II, and Paranormal Activity 3&4.
Henry and Sofia Black-D’elia have been seeing each other for a while and appear to be madly in love. The couple was recently spotted shopping for rings at several jewelry stores in the city, so an engagement and wedding bells may not be far off for the lovebirds.
Height – How Tall Is She?
The young and inspiring actress has a slender figure and all-around gorgeous appearance. She is 5 feet 3 inches tall in height, which is a little bit on the short side but she more than makes up for it with her larger than life personality and acting talents.