Last updated on 18 September 2017
Sophia Lillis (born February 13, 2002) is an American film and television actress. She portrays the character Beverly Marsh in It: Chapter One, a feature film adaptation of Stephen King's novel It.
Early life and career
Lillis was born on February 13, 2002 in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, New York City. She started acting when she was seven years old, taking classes at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute.
Lillis made her acting debut in 2014 with the film A Midsummer Night's Dream and later she starred in the film 37. She starred in the horror film It, an adaptation of Stephen King's novel, directed by Andy Muschietti. In It she plays one of the lead roles as Beverly Marsh along with Jaeden Lieberher, Bill Skarsgård, and Jeremy Ray Taylor.
Lillis had been also cast in the HBO's television series Sharp Objects, in which she will play the young version of Camille Preaker, played by Amy Adams as an adult.
She has a step-brother named Philip.
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