Sofia Black-D'Elia is irreverent alcoholic Samantha Fink, who is forced to move back home with her overbearing mother to sober up after an embarrassing public breakdown, in Freeform's highly anticipated comedy "Single Drunk Female."
Black-D'Elia has quickly established herself as a face to watch in television, film and theater alike. She most recently starred in Showtime's limited series "Your Honor," opposite Bryan Cranston, Michael Stulbarg and Hope Davis. She is widely known to audiences for starring as Sabrina in the FOX comedy "The Mick," opposite Kaitlin Olson. Her breakout role was as the beautiful and troubled teen Tea Marvelli on MTV's incarnation of the popular British television show "Skins," followed by a starring turn during the final season of "Gossip Girl." Sofia also played the pivotal role of Andrea in the Emmy®-nominated HBO miniseries "The Night Of," opposite Riz Ahmed and John Turturro.
On the big screen, Black-D'Elia starred in "Viral" as well as the Paramount sci-fi feature "Project Almanac." Her other film credits include "The Immigrant" and the independent film "Born of War," which made the festival circuit and was shown at Cannes in Spring 2013.
She made her New York stage debut in the world premiere of Ming Peiffer's Drama Desk Award-nominated play "Usual Girls," directed by Tyne Rafaeli at Roundabout Theatre Company.