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HANNAH JOHN-KAMEN (Sophie) has taken on an impressive number of strong roles during her short career, and has been praised for her work in television, film, and on stage. Coming up, she will play exciting characters in some of the year's most highly anticipated studio feature films, which will see her working with the most sought after and respected names in the industry and promise to firmly establish her as an international acting presence to watch.

She recently finished filming the role of Ghost in the sequel to the hit "Ant Man." Directed by Peyton Reed, the second installment, "Ant-Man and The Wasp," sees Paul Rudd reprise the role of Scott Lang/Ant-Man alongside new cast members Evangeline Lilly, Michelle Pfeiffer and Laurence Fishburne. Ghost, the tragic anti-hero, was originally a male character in the comic books and is a brilliant inventor whose suit allows her to become intangible and invisible. The film is scheduled to be released by in July 2018.

John-Kamen will play F'Nale Zandor alongside Olivia Cooke, Simon Pegg, Tye Sheridan and T.J Miller in Stephen Spielberg's "Ready Player One." Based on Ernest Cline's 2011 novel of the same name, the film is set for release on March 29. She is currently filming the fourth and fifth seasons of the popular action adventure "Killjoys," in which she stars as protagonist Dutch, one of a trio of interplanetary bounty hunters. Working for the Reclamation Apprehension Coalition, they operate in a four-planet system known as the Quad. Aaron Ashmore and Luke McFarlane also star in the ten-episode series, co-produced by Canadian channel Space and Syfy, and streamed globally by Netflix. The first series went out in June 2015 and season two premiered in July 2016, followed by season three n July 2017.

After starring as Selma Telse in the 2011 Emmy Award-winning season of Charlie Brooker's critically acclaimed TV series "Black Mirror," John-Kamen returned as Sonja' in "Playtest," one of six episodes in the long-awaited third season. Exploring the dark side of modern life and new technology, each episode of "Black Mirror" is a standalone from the rest, with different casts, different settings, and different realities for each. The third season of "Black Mirror" premiered globally on Netflix in October 2016.

In April 2016, John-Kamen took on the role of Ornela, a Dothraki widow and close confident of Daenerys Targaryen in the sixth season of HBO/SKY Atlantic's popular fantasy drama "Game of Thrones." One of the most celebrated and internationally watched series of recent years, the show is based on a series of novels by George R. R. Martin and stars Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington, Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner. The same month, she portrayed Rosa Persaud in the eight-part season two of the BritishFrench TV crime drama "The Tunnel." Adapted from the Danish/Swedish series "The Bridge," the SKY/Canal+ collaboration also stars Stephen Dillane and Clémence Poésy as two detectives from the British and French police force who reluctantly partner to solve a string of crimes.

In December 2015, John-Kamen made her feature film debut alongside an all-star cast, including Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Lupita Nyong'o and Oscar Isaac, in the seventh, record-breaking installment of the "Star Wars" franchise, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Directed, co-produced and co-written by J. J. Abrams, the film takes place 30 years after "The Return of the Jedi and follows an abandoned scavenger and renegade Stormtrooper as they search the galaxy for the legendary Luke Skywalker. The film went on to take over $2 billion at the international box office.

In December 2012, John-Kamen took on the role of Rosa Maria Ramirez in season two of Abi Morgan's multi-award-winning BBC Two series "The Hour," acting alongside Dominic West and Ben Whishaw. Shortly afterwards, she was featured as Justine in the first season of BBC One's BAFTA award-winning series "Happy Valley," created by Sally Wainwright, and starring Sarah Lancashire and James Norton.

John-Kamen's other notable credits include: Violet in Russell T. Davies's groundbreaking Channel 4 series "Banana" and "Cucumber" in 2015; Nahlab in the 2015 film for BBC television "The Ark"; Yasmin Blake in BBC One's critically acclaimed "Death in Paradise," in 2014; Carly in Howard Overman's 2011 BAFTA Award-winning Series "Misfits," on Channel 4; and roles in the television programs "The Syndicate" and "The Midnight Beast," in 2012. She also created the role of Viva in the musical "Viva Forever!" Based on the songs of the Spice Girls, "Viva Forever!" was produced by Judy Craymer, written by Jennifer Saunders, and played in London's West End from December 2012.

John-Kamen made her on-screen debut before she had even graduated from the Central School of Speech and Drama, as Roxy in ITV's "Whitechapel," in 2012.


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