BBC One's Peaky Blinders star Sophie Rundle talks about why she is not ready for dating or a boyfriend

January 3, 2016
First Published On: January 3, 2016

Sophie Rundle, the sexy, smart and talented English actress, aged 27, is well known for her versatile and super-cool acting skills. She has recently revealed why she avoids romantic relationships completely.

The Peaky Blinders star shows absolutely no interest in dating and having a boyfriend even though boys all around the world are dying to be with her. Better luck next time guys!!

The young actress seems very busy in her career, perhaps because she is at the peak of her success. Sources close to the actress reveal that though she is very romantic and does want a warm relationship, for the time being, she will be refraining from the whole dating and boyfriend scene. This may be because she is very, very busy (plausible). Or has she been in the receiving end of a deep and painful heartbreak that we do not know of?

The insider spills that the tempting beauty from England seems sick of dating on again and off again and of people using their romantic relationship to be on the media. She expects a nurturing affair with a partner and is waiting for a guy who she can be passionate about, but who will also respect her desire for privacy. Hence, for the time being, it is absolutely confirmed that she is not ready for boyfriend or dating. We guess the reasons she has given is also very acceptable.

The hot and happening actress stands tall with the height of 1.74m. Rundle is commonly known to be very sexy with big boobs, though her exact body measurements are unavailable. There is not a single doubt that she is an actress with an awesome mind and body.

The English Diva is said to earn more money in comparison to others. However, the exact figure is undisclosed.

Rundle first kicked off her acting career through the British horror comedy film, Small Town Folk in 2007. Later in 2012, she starred in the ITV four-part television miniseries period drama, Titanic, created by producer Nigel Stafford-Clark and written by Julian Fellowes. The series was based on the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Also, later that year, she guest-starred as Labia in the British/American television sitcom Episodes.

Sophie Rundle is one of the fastest rising actress, not for her nudity but for her exceptional acting skill. In 2012, Rundle starred in Great Expectations, directed by Mike Newell. Rundle also played Sefa in the two-part episode, Arthur's Bane in the final season of BBC TV series, Merlin. She also made her lead role acting in the ITV mystery drama series, The Bletchley Circle, about four women who investigate a series of murders. The series ended on 27 January 2014.

Recently, Sophie Rundle has commented that her newest project, BBC One's new drama Happy Valley was "dark", "thrilling" and "witty”. So do not miss it!!