Born in 1986, French actress and dancer Sophie Lewisch is a graduate of the Académie de l’Union. École Supérieure Professionnelle de Théâtre de Limousin.
Eager to learn from multicultural environments, she attended a one-year training at the Academy for Drama Art in Minsk, where she studied the traditional Stanislavsky-method. She also participated in several workshops dealing with varied technics, including dance, contemporary theatre, mime, clown and puppet. She performed in The Seagull by Chekhov, and in Half-witted Jourdain by M. Boulgakov, both directed by Lidia Alekséevna Monakova and Kirill Zakharov; The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant by Fassbinder directed by Jack Garfein and Christophe Hatey ; Sophocles directed by Magali Léris ; RH le dégénéré directed by Hélène Bertrand. She also took part in a few films. She wrote and directed her own play, Mais où est donc Hippocrate, from testimonies about a public hospital.
She is one of the founding members of the international theatre group ISO.
She speaks English, French and Russian.
[Status: June 2016]