The Holiday star who played Jude Law’s daughter looks completely different 16 years on

The Holiday star who played Jude Law’s daughter looks completely different 16 years on

December 7, 2022

Having played Jude Law’s adorable daughter Sophie in The Holiday, Miffy Englefield now looks unrecognisable as an adult.

It’s been nearly two decades since the romantic comedy was released, first hitting cinemas in 2006, but Miffy still gets hundreds of questions about the film.

Now a self-described “pint-sized punk” with dyed black hair and tattoos, 23 year old Miffy took to TikTok earlier this year to discuss her life after the film.

In the video, which has gained nearly half a million views, Milly explained that she would love to act but fears that her new look will stop her from being cast.

In April 2020, the star had her first child – a baby girl named Frankie.

Miffy now lives an idyllic life in West Sussex with her young daughter and partner, Alex Whivley-Conway.

However, the former child star was happy to her life as a young actress and reveal some secrets from the set.

In the now-viral video, she told fans: "Hi, my name's Miff, and when I was a little girl, I was in a film called The Holiday.”

"It's been about 15 years since the film came out, and I'm still asked many questions about it, especially since I've started doing TikTok.": She explained.

Miffy, whose real name is Rebecca, gained her nickname because of the messy red hair she had as a child.

It was this that helped her secure the iconic role of Sophie, featuring alongside an all-star cast including Jude Law, Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet and Jack Black.

Thankfully, Miffy had a wonderful time on set and told fans this: "The cast were amazing. It sounds cliché, but there's not much to tell because they were all so lovely.”

Of course, Miffy was closest with her on-screen father Jude Law, who played book editor Graham.

"Obviously, playing one of Jude Law's daughter's in the film, he's the person we spent the most time with. He was so kind and patient and so helpful and taught us so much about acting.”

Sadly, the cast and crew did not stay in contact as they moved on to other projects. She said: "Unfortunately, I didn't keep in touch with the cast, which sucks, but that's just life. Everyone is busy and has things to do."

Miffy went on to star in 12 episodes of Casualty from 2008 to 2010 and also appeared in a short film called Beautiful Enough.


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