Dujour (also known as the White Rabbit Girl) was a young woman in Goth apparel who visited Neo with her boyfriend, Choi, at his apartment to pick some illegal software that Neo wrote in his spare time for extra money. She is portrayed in The Matrix by Australian actress Ada Nicodemou. Dujour had...
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In this interview, Du Jour's actress Ada Nicodemou says that she's a homebody who doesn't like going out, which I find ironically funny as Du Jour was the one who enabled the reclusive Neo to reverse his refusal to go clubbing with them.
Ada Nicodemou. Actress: The Matrix. Ada Nicodemou was born on 14 May 1977 in Auburn, Sydney, Australia. She is an actress, known for The Matrix (1999), Home and Away (1988) and Heartbreak High (1994). She was previously married to Chrys Xipolitas.
- Auburn, Sydney, Australia
- 1.57 m
- May 14, 1977
Ada Nicodemou is an actress born in Sydney, Australia who played Dujour in The Matrix. She is best known for her role as Leah Patterson-Baker in Home and Away. Filmography  The Matrix – Dujour (the "white rabbit" girl) 2Almost – Trixie Hart; Heartbreak High; Police Rescue; Breakers; BeastMaster; Pizza; Home and Away; Beauty and the Geek ...
May 14, 2013 · This is why she is also known as the White Rabbit Girl. Choi (middle) and Dujour (right) The first and last time we meet Dujour is in The Matrix, in the company of her boyfriend, Choi, who invites Neo to a goth club as they feel that he needs to “unplug.”. In French, “dujour” means “of the day.”.
In The Matrix, Neo is asked to "Follow the white rabbit" & then hands over hacked code to buyer Choi and his girl Dujour. Combining their names forms the French "choi du'jour"/"Choice of the day", alluding to his choice to follow the white rabbit & ideas of choice and freewill throughout the movie.