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Sophie Turner hopes Survive makes mental health sufferers 'feel less alone'

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Sophie Turner hopes Survive makes mental health sufferers 'feel less alone'

Sophie Turner hopes Survive makes mental health sufferers 'feel less alone'

Sophie Turner hopes Survive makes mental health sufferers 'feel less alone' The actress stars in the series which just launched on the new streaming service Quibi - which is targeted at younger viewers - and she has revealed she was drawn to the part of Jane because of how "accurately" the script depicts mental health.

Sophie told PopSugar: She added: Sophie - who is married to Jonas Brothers star Joe Jonas - also hopes it will "impact anyone struggling with self-worth".

She said in a previous statement about the series:

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Sophie Turner has revealed she was drawn to the role of Jane in Quibi's 'Survive' because of how well it depicts mental illness and she hopes it will make people suffering feel "less alone".

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