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Sofía Daccarett Char was born on April 10, 1993 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. The daughter of José F. Daccarett and Colombian-American Laura Char Carson. Through her mother, Sofia is related to the Char family of Colombian politicians. She attended St. Hugh School and graduated from Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart in Miami. After graduation, Sofia went on to attend the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) where she majored in communications with a minor in French. A career in entertainment took root as early as teenage years when Sofia attended the In Motion Dance Studio, where she was part of the IMPAC Youth Ensemble program. She became a singer-songwriter in 2012 after signing with Broadcast Music, Inc. Her television career began 2 years later in 2014, appearing in an episode of Austin & Ally (2011), followed by work on the series Faking It (2014). She made her feature length debut as ‘Evie’ in the comedic fantasy television film Descendants (2015). It would be a role she would reprise in the animated spin-off Descendants: Wicked World (2015) from 2015-2016 as the voice of her live-action character. She appeared in following sequels including Descendants 2: It’s Going Down (2017) and Descendants 2 (2017). She lent her voice as ‘Keemia’ AKA ‘Sand Girl’ in the 2017 incarnation of the Marvel Comic superhero series Spider-Man (2017). In 2018, Sofia made her debut in her first film drama Asbury Park, starring with Ron Perlman and Dominique Swain.
Interesting Facts about Sofia Carson
- Granddaughter of Lauraine Carson.
- Has a younger sister named Paulina.
Personal Quotes by Sofia Carson
I always loved Belle from ‘Beauty and the Beast’. I always thought I looked like her, so I dressed like her for every Halloween.Sofia Carson
I took vocal lessons all through my childhood and still do. I was classically trained.Sofia Carson
When I was 18, I moved to Los Angeles to attend UCLA.Sofia Carson
I always wanted to make a pop record. I’m a dancer myself, so I want to make something that people listen to and just want to dance to.Sofia Carson