Sophie Turner: Net worth
An estimated $10 million is Sophie Turner’s wealth. Her breakout performance in “Game of Thrones” catapulted her to stardom. Sansa Stark, portrayed by Turner in “Game of Thrones.” From 2011 to 2019, she was in 59 episodes. In both “X-Men: Apocalypse” (2016) and “Dark Phoenix,” Sophie played Jean Grey (2019). The music videos for “Sucker” (2019) and “What a Man Gotta Do” (2020) by the Jonas Brothers, and “Oblivion” by Bastille, all include her (2014). To know more about Sophie Turner: Net worth, Bio, Career, Husband, and Kids keep reading.
Sophie Turner Bio
There are numerous fans of Sophie Belinda Turner an English actress, all across the world. She entered the world on February 21, 1996, in Northampton, England. While her father, Andrew, delivers pallets, Sally is a nursery school teacher. When Turner was just two years old, she and her family relocated to Warwickshire. When she was eleven, she enrolled at Warwick Prep and then transferred to The King’s High School for Girls.
Sophie Turner Affairs
James McVey, guitarist for “The Vamps,” was her first romantic interest; she and McVey were a couple from May to June of 2014 but broke up in July. Joe Jonas and Sophie were first spotted together in November of 2016. They got engaged in October of 2017 after months of dating.
Sophie Turner Career
In 2009, Turner got the part of Sansa Stark on “Game of Thrones,” and the series launched in April 2011. “Game of Thrones” went on to become one of the most popular shows on television, with the audience expanding from 2.2 million during the debut to 19.3 million during the series finale. In 2016, both “Rolling Stone” and “TheWrap” rated Sansa #4 on their lists of the best “Game of Thrones” characters. Sophie and her family acquired the dog that played her character’s dire wolf following season one of “Game of Thrones.” Both “Another Me” and “The Thirteenth Tale,” both released in 2013, marked Turner’s first appearances on the big screen. She read the Cassandra Clare audiobook “City of Heavenly Fire” in 2014, then appeared in “Barely Lethal” in 2015 and “X-Men: Apocalypse,” which made $543.9 million worldwide in 2016, as leads. Sophie resumed the character of Jean Grey in 2019’s “Dark Phoenix,” which raked in $252.4 million.
Turner starred as the titular character in the 2018 film “Josie,” was a main attraction in the science fiction picture “Time Freak,” and was a supporting player in the 2019 revenge thriller “Heavy.” She portrayed a plane crash survivor in the 2020 Netflix series “Survive” and played Westley in the 2020 “Home Movie: The Princess Bride,” in which the actors hid at home during the COVID-19 pandemic and filmed their scenes on smartphones. Sophie joined the cast of the HBO Max animated series The Prince in November of 2020, and in June of 2021 she was cast as the daughter of novelist Michael Peterson (who was convicted of murder in the 2001 death of his wife, Kathleen) in the HBO Max real crime series The Staircase.
Sophie Turner Husband and Kids
On May 1, 2019, right after the 2019 Billboard Music Awards, Turner wed American singer-songwriter Joe Jonas in A Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, Nevada. When Turner got married, she legally changed her surname to Jonas. Her and Joe Jonas renewed their wedding vows in front of their friends and family in France on June 29. In the year 2020, Turner gave birth to a daughter.