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So I told my agent, whenever they do Season 2, I have to have an audition.” Despite the fact that he was brand new to acting, Lonsdale and other greener actors were surrounded by veterans of the craft, allowing shows like “Dance Academy” and the aforementioned “Home & Away” and “Neighbors” to produce fresh talent, according to Lloyd.
“These shows combine a cast of fresh young newcomers with extremely experienced, well regarded senior cast members,” he said.
The show, which followed young teenagers seeking to become elite dancers at Australia’s National Academy of Dance, may have had a head start in the game just by virtue of the sort of talent needed for the roles.
“‘Dance Academy’ was a challenge to cast because we were looking for young people who could not only act but also dance,” the show’s casting director Nathan Lloyd told The Wrap.
Sophia Maria Lucia (born September 7, 2002) is a 16-year old dancer. Sophia made her first appearance on Dance Moms during the third season.
“It’s really that motivation, you really want to make something happen and go for it.” Once Australian actors arrive in Hollywood, it’s often for pilot season, with some coming for months at a time over several years.
“This means that first time performers are surrounded by incredible actors, who can act in a mentoring capacity, from their first day on set.
I also think all three shows train actors to have a good work ethic.” Discipline and hard work are two reasons so many Australian actors have been so successful in Hollywood, according to some of the actors themselves. I think that’s part of what puts Australians in a great position.
After the disbandment of the replacement team, Sophia featured on the elite team for a few episodes before finally departing the show in Rotten to the Core.
To see Sophia Lucia's other credits, visit the Sophia Lucia/Credits subpage.
They are also aided by organizations like Australians in Film, which showcases and supports homegrown talent working in L. build a network of people they trust is important – it demystifies the city and helps them focus on what they came here to do.” The longevity of the Hollywood careers of the new “Dance Academy” grads are a wait-and-see game, but that famous Australian work ethic and drive to succeed will be keeping most of them Stateside for the foreseeable future to work on just that.