Meet child actress Lisa-Dorah Sonnet following her role as Mathilde in No Time To Die, the latest addition to the action and adventure movie franchise, as viewers speculate whether she could be 007’s daughter.
Spoiler alert, plot information is included in this article!
Who is Lisa-Dorah Sonnet?
Lisa-Dorah Sonnet is a child actress who features in No Time To Die, the latest addition to the James Bond 007 movie franchise.
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As an infant in the industry, there is naturally a lack of informal material online surrounding Sonnet.
Despite providing minimal information, Lisa-Dorah Sonnet’s IMDb profile lists her as an actor, now known for her role in No Time to Die.
Actress plays Mathilde in No Time To Die
In the film, Lisa-Dorah Sonnet plays Mathilde, the daughter of movie character Madeleine Swann.
According to the Daily Mail, Mathilde is five years old in the action and adventure film.
As her mother is Bond’s former lover, many rumours have continued to circulate the internet as viewers wonder whether Mathilde could be the MI6 officer’s daughter.
The film’s release provided more clues pointing to the possible answer.
As reported in a plot breakdown published by cnet.com, Madeleine previously insisted Mathilde was not James Bond’s child.
However, when speaking about Mathilde in the movie, Madeleine says: “She does have your eyes.”
To which James Bond replies: “I know.”
So although 007 doesn’t directly admit it, Mathilde seems likely to be Bond’s daughter, especially if you throw the above scene into the equation.
More of the movie plot explored
Here is a brief breakdown of the movie, which is now available to view in cinemas.
No Time To Die begins with James Bond enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica after leaving active service.
However, 007’s peace is soon disrupted as his old CIA friend Felix Leiter shows up and asks for help.
His ensuing mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist puts Bond on the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.
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cnet.com reveals bioterrorist Lyutsifer Safin drags Bond’s former lover Madeleine Swann and daughter Mathilde to his lair on an island base between Japan and Russia.
After escaping, Safin eventually tracks down Bond and infects him with nanobots coded to Madeleine’s DNA, meaning he is unable to touch her or Mathilde ever again without killing them.
Amid the usual MI6 commotion, Bond later confesses his love to Madeleine before he is enveloped in explosions plotted by Lyutsifer Safin.
Now, if you want to know more you should check out the film!