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Interpreter, vocal coach, director

Was born in a family of artists (her grand parents were opera singers).

After training in the performing arts she became part of the gospel choruses of Mariah Carey at Paris Bercy in1996.

Her passion for musical theater directed her to the most beautiful stages of Paris (Mogador, Casino de Paris, Palais des Sports, Grand Rex etc.) where she played in several shows, including large scale productions such as "A tale Christmas", "The Shadow of a Giant", "Gone with the Wind" and "Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz" produced by Dove Attia and Albert Cohen.

In 2010 she is chosen by Disney to be a voice of Mother Gothelin Rapunzel (Frenchdubbing).

For more than 3 years, Sophie was playing the lead role in the highly praised worldwide musical "Mamma Mia!” (Mogador Theater, the Palais des Sports) and touring all over France.

In the fall of 2013 Sophie performs on the stage of the Théâtre de Paris playing one of the main roles of the musical" Pinocchio" and participates in The Voice 3 as a part of the the team of FlorentPagny.

In December 2015, she performs the role of Glindain “Magician of Oz" adapted by Andrew Lloyd Webber's at the Palais des Congrès. Then in 2016 the role of the queen in "La Petite Fille aux Allumettes" on the stage of the Théâtre du Gymnase.

In September 2016 Sophie Delmas joined the executive team of the Studio International Vanina Mareschal, the professional training school for performing arts.

Also Sophie comes backin the world of Disney with the dubbing, singing and acting the role of Mrs. Samovar played by Emma Thompson in the movie "Beauty and The Beast" released in March 2017.
The same year she participates in the show “Midi” in France as a columnist on France3.

At the end of 2017 Sophie joins the team of vocal coaches of the new season of The Voice Kids France.

As of 2018 Sophie Delmas joined KMPG Musical team to share her experience and sincere artistic passion and to support the creation of the great performance – an adaptation of “MammaMia!”.

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