|Lee Evans: So What Now?||2002 2001 - 2002||Actor||Heather||20027|
|Jonathan Creek||2004 2004||Actor||Dorothy Moon||20047|
|Dancing At Lughnasa||1998||Actor||Rose Mundy||19987|
|A Room With a View||2008 2007 - 2008||Actor||Charlotte Bartlett||20087|
|The Railway Children||2001 2000 - 2001||Actor||Mrs Perks||20017|
|The Young Visiters||Actor||Bessie Topp||7|
|Persuasion||1995||Actor||Mary Musgrove--Anne's sister||19957|
|Thompson||1990 1989 - 1990||Actor||Performer(7/15/90)||19907|
|Sherlock Holmes: The Master Blackmailer||1993 1992 - 1993||Actor||Agatha||19937|
|The Death of the Heart||1985||Actor||Doris||19857|
|Eat Pray Love||2010||Actor||Corella||20107|
|The Borgias||2012 2012||Actor||Catherina's Servant||20127|
|The Missionary||1980||Actor||Mission Girl||19807|
|Four Weddings and A Funeral||1994||Actor||(2nd Wedding)||19947|
|Monte Carlo||2011||Actor||Auction Bidder 2||20117|
|Film debut, "The Missionary"|
|Was featured in "Relative Values", a film adaptation of the Noel Coward work starring Julie Andrews|
|First appearance in a Jane Austen adaptation, played Mary Musgrove in "Persuation"|
|Made appearances in small roles (often with her mother) on her sister Emma's TV series "Thompson"|
|After graduating from drama school, began career appearing in repertory productions|
|Cast as one of the maids in the Robert Altman-directed period mystery "Gosford Park"|
|Played the "slow" sister Rose in the ensemble drama "Dancing at Lughnasa"|
|First major supporting role in "Twenty-One"|
|Spent several seasons appearing with the Royal Shakespeare Company|
|Co-starred with her mother in Douglas McGrath's adaptation of Jane Austen's "Emma"; also first US film|
|Richard Lumsden||Husband||married in October 1995|
|Ernest Lumsden||Son||born in 1997|
|Emma Thompson||Sister||Born April 15, 1959; Acted together on the BBC comedy series "Thompson" (1988)|
|Eric Thompson||Father||died in 1982 at age 53|
|Bristol Old Vic Theatre School|
|On her sister Emma Thompson: "We can't be compared, really. We've never done the same sort of work, and we're never up for the same parts. Which is just as well--it'd be hideous, wouldn't it? And we don't even look alike." --Sophie Thompson in LOS ANGELES TIMES, July 28, 1996|
|"She's not as much of a leading lady as her sister, but she's really funny and has a great face. She's not FAT, but she's not skinny. To try to conform to the Hollywood idea of sex and glamour would be foolish. She should stay herself." --casting director Billy Hopkins quoted in ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY, October 25, 1995.|
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