hmmm...here is something on the american TV-Guide:
Look out, American royal watchers: the British are coming! Or, rather, one Brit in particular: Sophie Winkleman, the actress wife of Lord Frederick Windsor.
Sophie and Frederick, who is the son of minor royals TRH Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, married last September in a small, private ceremony at Hampton Court Palace’s Chapel Royal. Though her husband is a descendent of George V and a cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, Sophie uses her maiden name rather than her formal title,”The Lady Frederick Windsor.”
Since tying the knot, Sophie and Freddie have relocated to Los Angeles, where Sophie has been filming 100 Questions, a comedy which will soon be premiering on NBC. The network provides the following description of the show:
Charlotte Payne (Sophie Winkleman) is looking for love and has rejected multiple marriage proposals — but she has yet to meet Mr. Right. When she joins a popular online dating site, she gets a little help from her dating counselor Andrew (Michael Benjamin Washington) – who requires her to take a 100-question compatibility test. The questions aren’t easy for Charlotte to answer, and each one requires her to recount a poignant and humorous time in her life with friends Leslie (Smith Cho), Jill (Collette Wolfe), Mike (Christopher Moynihan) and Wayne (David Walton). The test becomes a journey of self-discovery for Charlotte who begins to realize what she truly wants in a relationship.
You can see video of Sophie talking about the show and her character here at NBC’s website. The first episode of 100 Questions airs on Thursday, May 27 at 9:30/8:30c on NBC. More information about the show, including additional video clips, can be found here (and full episodes will likely also be available after the episode’s initial airing).
American viewers may also have spotted Sophie on episodes of BBC America’s Peep Show — she plays Big Suze, the posh girlfriend of Robert Webb’s Jeremy. The fourth season of the comedy premieres tonight (Wednesday, May 19) in the US at 10/9c on BBC America.