Sophie Nélisse participated in several events on the sidelines of the Formula 1 Grand Prix last weekend. The 22-year-old actress, who divides her time between Los Angeles and Montreal, took the opportunity to mention, on the red carpet, her participation in certain projects already completed and to come.
< p>If the actress born in Windsor, Ontario arrived on the red carpet of the launch party of the Grand Prix festivities at the Auberge Saint-Gabriel with actor Joey Scarpellino, she wanted to silence all possible rumors.
“Joey is my best friend, nothing more”, she explained, amused.
Towards season 2 by Yellowjackets
For the one who spent most of the winter outside of Montreal, the Grand Prix was the perfect opportunity to have a good time with her friends.
« C' is fun to come back and see my friends again and even if it's quite a demanding weekend, which we sometimes forget. As I'm following the F1 documentary on Netflix, I'm really into it right now and will be going to see a race this weekend.
The actress we have notably seen in the American series Yellowjacketslast year confessed to being surprised by the good reception and popularity of the series presented on the Crave platform.
“ It worked more than I thought it was going to work, did she say. I've been going back and forth to Los Angeles for a while and we're starting to shoot the second season in August. We look forward ! I got on so well with the girls and they became friends.
Yellowjacketsis a very bloody psychological drama following the adventures of a soccer team trying to survive in mysterious woods after the crash of their plane.
The interpreter of the young Shauna Sheridan confides that his participation in this successful American series opened several doors for him; for certain upcoming roles as well as for interviews in magazines from here and elsewhere.
Filming in Poland
Sophie Nélisse returned from Poland just a week ago where she had been filming for two months. She was chosen to play the title role in Louise Archambault's next film entitled Irena's Vow.
“ The film is about the history of a real woman who saved Jews during World War II, explained the actress who shares the screen with British actor Dougray Scott (My Week with Marilyn, < em>Mission Impossible 2). I play this Polish woman and we tell the story of her life.
This Canada-Poland production, endowed with a budget of five million dollars, indeed follows the life of the Polish nurse Irene Gut Opdyke who was awarded the Righteous Among the Nations medal in 1982 for showing remarkable courage in her attempt to save Polish Jews during World War II.
This medal is awarded to a non-Jewish person for risking their life, freedom and safety to save one or more Jews from death or deportation.
Katrine Johns has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Gal Post, Katrine Johns worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my email@example.com 1-800-268-7128