Millie Bobby Brown has been gracing our TV screens since 2013, playing in minor roles such as Grey’s Anatomy and NCIS, but you will most likely know her as El (Eleven) in Netflix’s Stranger Things – the TV series that really excelled her popularity in the film industry, and has bagged her a whopping 31.5 million Instagram followers. It seems that Stranger Things has allowed her to really show off her talents as an Actress, landing her the spot of one of the most key characters on the show. Not only has she succeeded as a famous actress, Millie is also a ‘UNICEF goodwill ambassador’, and even has her own make – up and beauty brand called ‘Florence.’ Having achieved this much at the young age of 15, it seems that Millie will not be slowing down any time soon.
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Millie has even been nominated for a ton of television awards, including the ‘Choice Sci – Fi/ Fantasy TV Actress’ at the Teen Choice Awards in 2018, as well as the award for the ‘Best Performance in a Show’ at the 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards. There is no doubt that Millie is going to be a common face at more award shows over the years.
So here is a bit of a background on Millies personal life.
She was born in Marbella, Spain on the 19th February 2004, although both of her parents are English, she only moved to Dorset at the age of four. She began her acting career at the age of nine, as she had then moved to Orlando, Florida. Her first ever acting role was in ‘Once Upon a Time in Wonderland’ in which she played Young Alice. She now splits her time between London and Atlanta, Georgia. Something you may not know about Millie Bobby Brown is that she was born with limited hearing in one of her ears, and has slowly lost all hearing in that same ear over the years.