Sophie Woolley is a writer and actor-producer from London, UK. In 2019 she set up Augmented Productions, which became an associate company of Told by an Idiot in its inaugural year.

Stage plays include Augmented in 2020 (directed by Rachel Bagshaw and co-produced by Told by an Idiot); When to Run (produced by renaissanceone); Fight Face and Bee Detective (directed by Gemma Fairlie).

Her theatre work integrates access for Deaf and disabled audiences, including creative captions. In 2017 she workshopped The Fake Interpreter with Deaf dancer and Unmute director Andile Vellem in Cape Town South Africa.

Sophie has performed her work at Soho Theatre, Barbican, Lyric Hammersmith, Ovalhouse Theatre, Royal Exchange Theatre, New Wolsey Theatre studio, Cardiff Millennium Centre, London 2012 Cultural Olympiad, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Birmingham Rep and Salisbury Playhouse.

Sophie currently writes for EastEnders and recently premiered her new short, improvised film, Best in Lockdown, a collaboration with Dudley Rees and Told by an Idiot.

Sophie was a Clore Leadership Fellow in 2018-2019 as well as lead artist at Ovalhouse Adult Company and part of the BBC Writersroom Access Group.