Mexican actress Stephanie Sigman has been cast as the final Bond girl in 007's next adventure Spectre the film's offical twitter has confirmed. Sigman joins Monica Bellucci and Lea Seydoux who have already been cast alongside Daniel Craig as Bond in the upcoming much hyped spy adventure.

stephanie sigmanStephanie Sigman has been cast in Spectre

"We are pleased to announce that @SigmanStephanie has joined the cast of #Spectre as Estrella," the official James Bond twitter announced on Monday. Other than her name, details of Sigman's role are being kept tightly under wraps, with her character simply being described as a 'mysterious woman'.

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Sigman is best known for having a recurring role on 2013 FX series 'The Bridge', which starred Diane Kruger and Damien Bichir. The actress will also soon be seen on Netflix series 'Nacros', about famed Columbian drug lord Pablo Escobar.

The follow up to 007's last outing Skyfall, Spectre will hit cinemas in October. So far little is known about Bond's next adventure other than that the spy will have to go on a trail to "uncover a sinister organsiation" after he receives a cryptic message from his past.

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Spectre will be directed by Sam Mendes and also includes Christopher Waltz, Dave Bautista, Nomie Harris and Ralph Fiennes in its supporting cast. The film is the 24th in the long running James Bond franchise and is named after the global criminl organisation which featured in the original Ian Flemming novels.