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SOFIA VASSILIEVA (Kate Fitzgerald) was most recently seen in the fifth season of the NBC series "Medium,” opposite Patricia Arquette. In 2006, Vassilieva won the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Series (Drama), for her portrayal of a young girl struggling to balance her life as a teenager with her emerging, mysterious psychic gifts.

In 2003, she starred opposite Julie Andrews as the fun-loving title character in the classic television movies "Eloise at the Plaza” and "Eloise at Christmastime.” For her performance as Eloise, Vassilieva received the 2004 Young Artist Award nomination for Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Special. Her additional television credits include the role of Cindy Brady in the telefilm "The Brady Bunch in the White House,” starring Shelley Long and Gary Cole. Vassilieva's feature film credits include "Hurt,” with Melora Walters, William Mapother, and Jackson Rathbone; "Day Zero” with Elijah Wood, Ginnifer Goodwin, Chris Klein, and Jon Bernthal; and "Inhabited,” with Malcolm McDowell and Patty McCormack.

Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota to parents that emigrated from Russia, Vassilieva has lived all over the United States and traveled extensively around the world. She has enhanced her international interests by studying cultures and several languages, including Russian, French and Spanish.

At the age of seven Vassilieva participated in the International Model and Talent Association (IMTA) Convention, where she won many awards including "Child Actress of the Year 2000.” She quickly caught the eye of casting directors and made her acting debut in the television series "The Agency,” playing the granddaughter of a Russian general in scenes spoken in Russian.


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