Sarah Davies
Sarah Davies.jpg
Name: Sarah Davies
Status: Deceased
Role: Ally
Age: 33 (1996)
Date of birth: March 23, 1963[1]
Date of death: 1996
Place of death: Prague, Czesh Republic
Cause of death: Stabbed by Franz Krieger
Nationality: Flag of the United Kingdom.png British
Alias(es): Sarah Walker
Affiliation: Impossible Mission Force
Profession: Intelligence operative
Rank: Agent
Played by: Kristin Scott Thomas
First appearance: Mission: Impossible
Last appearance: Mission: Impossible

Sarah Davies (March 23, 1963 – 1996) was a supporting protagonist appearing in the 1996 action/thriller film Mission: Impossible. She was a field operative of Jim Phelps's Impossible Mission Force team who is murdered in the opening mission.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Early life[edit | edit source]

According to the briefing tape sent to Jim Phelps in the opening of the film, Sarah Davies was born on March 23, 1963, is an English national and have a relative named Martin James Davies (who is possibly her father or her husband).

Mission in Prague and Death[edit | edit source]

In 1996, Sarah participates in a mission in Prague, Czech Republic, to prevent a NOC of the IMF from being stolen and sold on the black market. Under the codename of Sarah Walker, the agent infiltrates a party and follows the traitor agent Alexander Golitsyn with Ethan Hunt. However, their colleagues begin to be killed and Jim Phelps orders the entire team to retreat. Disobeying this order, Sarah continues to follow Golitsyn in the street and is stabbed with him through a gate by a man named Franz Krieger.

Heritage[edit | edit source]

Later, an enraged Ethan embarks on a mission to find out who are the murderers of Sarah and others and discovers that Phelps has sponsored the killings of his own equipped and that Krieger is working for him. He avenges the dead by killing them both together.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Behind the Scenes[edit | edit source]

Sarah Davies is portrayed by British actress Kristin Scott Thomas in Mission: Impossible.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Jim Phelps' briefing in Mission: Impossible, at 05 : 50
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