"A beautiful romantic comedy that will bring some laughs but also some tears", says Sofia, "I portray Celia Amonte, a Portuguese fado singer. This is my first starring role and it was a pleasure to work with director Dan Ireland and co-star Jason Isaacs." says Milos.
Celia, a young widow living with her daughter (Emmy Rossum) and mother-in-law (Lupe Ontiveros) in New Bedford, Massachusetts falls in love and rediscovers the passion of living.
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Sofia Milos - The Order (Jan. 2002)
SONY - Millennium Films
Best described as an archeological action thriller. Filmed in Israel (during most interesting times) and Bulgaria with co-star Jean Claude Van Damme. Also starring Charlton Heston, Ben Cross, Vernon Doubtcheff, and Alon Aboutboul.
"I get to show off a great roundhouse kick and a few punches!" said Sofia, "It was hard work, but fun!"
"Long ago, a holy war destroyed a nation. Now, the past will meet the future - and only one man can stop the destruction."
"Rudy Cafmeyer (Jean-Claude Van Damme) is a professional thief who specializes in stealing valuable religious artifacts. His father Oscar (Vernon Dobtcheff) is a renowned archeologist who has just discovered the lost scripture of a mysterious religious order while on an expedition in Israel. When Oscar's discovery eventually leads to his kidnapping, Rudy travels to Israel to find him, and soon finds himself involved in a twisted plot of lies and deception. With the help of a professor (Charlton Heston) and a beautiful Israeli cop Dahlia (Sofia Milos), Rudy's search for his father leads him through the twisting streets of Jerusalem, and ultimately into a grid of secret catacombs beneath the holy city. With time running out, the fate of Rudy's father hangs in the balance - and if the manuscript isn't recovered, the fate of the world may also be in serious jeopardy."
LADIES' MAN / Feature Film (Fall 2000)
The from Lorne Michaels' Saturday Night Live creative team, based on the sexploits of Tim Meadows' character "The Ladies' Man". Tim plays a man who dispenses love advice on a local access talk show, as politically incorrect as possible. Sofia plays "Sarah", a woman who starts out being the night's target for Tim's character in the local Bar. Sarah turns the tables on Tim, beating him at his own game and seducing him in a scene where her husband (Lee Evans, "There's Something About Mary") is inches away from discovering them and... well, you'll have to see it to believe it! Shot in Toronto, Canada in late 1999. Available on video now.
Jane Austen's MAFIA!
Movie - Touchstone Pictures
Directed by Jim Abrams (The Naked Gun, Airplane), it's a comical parody of the gangster/Mafia/mob movie genre. Sofia played the role of the mother, of the one-day all-powerful Sicilian Godfather ('Sofia'), portraying a young Olympia Dukakis in 1912, in the little Sicilian town of Salmonella. "I will probably always be remembered for the infamous finger-pulling scene in the movie -- soooo ladylike!" She laughed. "But I had such a fun time shooting this film. I loved Jim and everyone in the cast and crew. The day I wrapped my part, I actually cried."
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Tatort (2011) MOW
The Border (2007 - 2009)
CBC - Canada
CSI:Miami (2003 - 2006)
Back in Los Angeles, Sofia filmed a fun episode of ER in which she plays "Koko", a sexy young woman, who comes into the ER after nearly killing her 93-year-old husband (Pat Cranshaw) with love! Determined to consummate her love, she even tries to get pregnant from him as he's hooked up to life-support! Episode first aired Jan. 9th 2003 on NBC.
Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000)
On HBO, Larry David, the co-creator of "Seinfeld" has put together a new series starring himself and Richard Lewis as his best friend. The show follows the daily lives of their characters in New York City. Sofia plays "Sofia", Richard's girlfriend, in a recurring role. The interesting twist on this show is that all the dialogue was improvised, with direction from Mr. David. Unique in its flavor, the show has proven to be a hit. Larry was so impressed with Sofia, he has asked her to come back as a recurring character.
DGA enthused over 'Curb'
HBO's offbeat sitcom "Curb Your Enthusiasm" dominated the Directors Guild nominations, taking three of the five nods in the episodic comedy category.
The Sopranos (2000)
TV Series - HBO
As described in Entertainment Weekly, The Sopranos is "A typical New Jersey family headed by a dad who just happens to be a stone-cold-killer Mafia capo."
From Producer David Chase (The Rockford Files, Northern Exposure, I'll Fly Away), the critically hailed Mob series is reminiscent of GoodFellas with the twist that the lives of the Mafia women are featured almost as much as the men. It was in this fertile environment that Sofia strode into the role of Annalisa Zucca, the curvaceous daughter of an aging and slightly senile Italian Don. Living in Naples, Italy, she essentially replaced her husband as the figurehead of the family and the reigning mob boss.
"I was thrilled to get the role," said Sofia, "because it gave me the opportunity to show that a woman can be as strong as she is feminine. I could go toe-to-toe with an American Mafia boss and totally match him."
Caroline in the City (1997 - 1998)
TV Series, NBC
This half-hour sitcom centers around the life of the title character Caroline (Lea Thompson), a syndicated cartoonist who works from her New York apartment. She and her assistant/colorist Richard (Malcolm Gets) enjoy a combative but romantic tension which had never been consummated or openly declared.
Sofia entered the show toward the end of their second year as Julia Karinsky -- Richard's newlywed, passionate, spoiled and sophisticated love interest. She became the rival of Caroline, snatching Richard away into a not-so-blissful marriage before Caroline could express her true feelings.
"It was fun and yet challenging to play a sometimes very bitchy 'Julia'," said Sofia, "and in spite of her abrasive behavior, still make her lovable to a very large audience."
TV Series, NBC
Mad About You (1996)
TV Series, NBC