Tonia Sotiropoulou is a Greek model and actress, notable for her role as James Bond’s lover in the film Skyfall (2012).
She also played a vixen in Hercules (2014), and featured in the British horror film Berberian Sound Studio (2012).
The thirty-three-year-old has won Best Actress at the Los Angeles 2018 Film Awards for the Indie comedy Everything is Wonderful (2018), and recently appeared in the Greek thriller Waiting Room (2018).
Tonia is currently in pre-production alongside Mickey Rourke, in the upcoming international film Man of God.
Born in 1987, Tonia attended the Giorgos Kimoulis Contemporary Theatre of Athens Drama School, before moving to London at the age of 20 to pursue a career in the British film industry. Since achieving global success, she has appeared at red carpet events around the world, has graced numerous covers of fashion magazines, and has been dressed by fashion designers around the world.
- As a young girl, what did you aspire to be when you grew up?
I have always wanted to be an actress. Ever since I was little, I was enchanted by films and the thought of bringing characters to life.
- Of all your roles, which are you MOST proudest of?
I am very grateful and proud of every part I ever got. They are personal victories, pieces to the puzzle of my life. I love and cherish them forever.
- What are your thoughts on the #metoo movement?
I feel it should have happened much earlier. Nobody should use their power against any human being, and nobody should be afraid to stand up for themselves – women and men.
- What is your favourite restaurant and holiday destination in Greece?
One of my top favourite restaurants is Feedέλ Urban gastronomy. It’s Greek cuisine but with a twist, and in the centre of Athens. I adore the Greek islands and I’m in love with Hydra, Kefalonia and Ithaca.
- From our Style Edit, which style best describes you?
My personal style is definitely ‘nautical’.
Helen Tirekidis, founder of Greek Style Council