Millie Bobby Brown

Millie Bobby Brown (born February 19, 2004) is a British actress and producer.[1][2][3] She gained recognition for playing Eleven in the Netflix science fiction series Stranger Things (2016–present), for which she received nominations for two Primetime Emmy Awards. Brown has starred in the monster film Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) and its sequel Godzilla vs. Kong (2021). She also starred in and produced the Netflix mystery film Enola Holmes (2020) and its 2022 sequel.

Millie Bobby Brown
Millie Bobby Brown - MBB - Portrait 1 - SFM5 - July 10, 2022 at Stranger Fan Meet 5 People Convention (cropped).jpg
Brown in 2022
Born (2004-02-19) 19 February 2004 (age 18)
Marbella, Spain
NationalityBritish
Occupations
  • Actress
  • producer
Years active2013–present

In 2018, Brown was featured in the Time 100 list of the world's most influential people,[4] and was appointed as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, the then youngest person selected for this position.[5]

Early life

Brown was born in Marbella, Málaga, Spain,[6] on 19 February 2004,[7] the third of four children born to British parents Kelly and Robert Brown, an estate agent.[8] She was born with partial hearing loss in her left ear and gradually lost all hearing in that ear over several years.[9][10] She moved with her family back to England when she was four, settling in Bournemouth; when she was eight, the family moved to Orlando, Florida.[11]

Career

2013–2017: Early roles and Stranger Things

In 2013, Brown made her acting debut as a guest star in the ABC fantasy drama series Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, a spin-off of Once Upon a Time, portraying the role of Young Alice. In 2014, she had a starring role in the BBC America paranormal drama-thriller series Intruders as Madison O'Donnell.[12] She made guest appearances in the CBS police procedural drama NCIS, the ABC sitcom Modern Family, and the ABC medical drama series Grey's Anatomy.[13][14]

In 2016, Brown was cast to play Eleven in the Netflix science fiction horror series Stranger Things.[15] She received critical praise for her performance[16] and she was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series and the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. She then won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series with her co-stars[17] and won the 43rd Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor in a Television Series.[18] For her role as Eleven in the second season of Stranger Things, she received her second nominations for a Screen Actors Guild Award and a Primetime Emmy Award in 2018.[19]

 
Brown in 2016

In November 2016, Brown starred in the music video for Sigma and Birdy's single "Find Me". Since November 2016, she has appeared in commercial advertisements for investment and financial service company Citigroup.[20] In January 2017, she made her modelling debut in Calvin Klein's "By Appointment" campaign.[21] The following month, she was signed to the agency IMG Models.[22] Brown appeared in the campaign of the Italian brand Moncler in the summer of 2018.[23] Brown has also made appearances on the cover of Vogue.[24]

2018–present

She was chosen to voice in the Darren Aronofsky-produced virtual reality experience Spheres: Songs of Spacetime.[25] In 2018, she was named one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time magazine, becoming the youngest person to be included in the list.[26][27] In addition she was named by Time magazine as one of the most influential teens of 2017 and of 2018.[28][29] That year, she become the youngest person ever to be appointed a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.[30] EA Games announced that Brown collaborated with The Sims 4 programmers to feature in the Sims 4 Positivity Challenge.[31] In 2018, The Hollywood Reporter ranked Brown as among Hollywood's top thirty stars under age eighteen.[32]

Brown made her feature film debut in 2019, in Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the sequel to the 2014 film Godzilla.[33] She reprised her role in the next sequel, Godzilla vs. Kong (2021).[34] She became the ambassador of UEFA's Together #WePlayStrong campaign.[35] In 2019, Brown launched "Florence by Mills", her own beauty product line. It is available at UK pharmacy Boots, Walmart in the United States, and Shoppers Drug Mart in Canada.[36][37][38][39][40][41] In 2020, Brown starred in and produced the film adaptation of The Enola Holmes Mysteries.[42]

In 2022, Brown earned $10 million to reprise her role as Enola Holmes in the sequel, Enola Holmes 2.[43][44] Also that year, she was made an ambassador of the fashion brand Louis Vuitton.[45][46]

Brown will next star and executive produce the fantasy film Damsel for Netflix, under the direction of Spanish filmmaker Juan Carlos Fresnadillo based on a screenplay by Dan Mazeau.[47] She will also star in the Russo brothers's The Electric State, an adaptation of Simon Stålenhag's graphic novel of the same name.[48]

Personal life

Brown came into the public eye at age 12 after being cast in Stranger Things.[49] At age 14, homophobic quotes, falsely attributed to Brown, circulated on social media in meme form which made her eventually quit Twitter because of the harassment.[50] In addition to online bullying, she has also faced social media users and articles sexualizing her.[49] She became frustrated with the experiences, and captioned a 2020 Instagram post on her 16th birthday with the comment "There are moments I get frustrated from the inaccuracy, inappropriate comments, sexualization, and unnecessary insults that ultimately have resulted in pain and insecurity for me."[51] After Brown turned 18 in February 2022, her social media profiles began to be flooded by sexually explicit material from users.[52]

Since 2021, Brown has been in a relationship with actor Jake Bongiovi, son of musician Jon Bon Jovi.[53]

As of August 2022 she was an online student at Purdue University studying health and human services.[54]

Filmography

Key
  Denotes films that have not yet been released

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2018 Spheres: Songs of Spacetime Narrator Voice role; segment: "Chorus of the Cosmos"
2019 Godzilla: King of the Monsters Madison Russell
2020 Enola Holmes Enola Holmes Also producer
2021 Godzilla vs. Kong Madison Russell
2022 Enola Holmes 2 Enola Holmes Also producer
2023 Damsel   Princess Elodi Also executive producer; post-production
2024 The Electric State   Michelle Filming

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2013 Once Upon a Time in Wonderland Young Alice 2 episodes
2014 Intruders Madison O'Donnell Main role
2014 NCIS Rachel Barnes Episode: "Parental Guidance Suggested"
2015 Modern Family Lizzie Episode: "Closet? You'll Love It!"
2015 Grey's Anatomy Ruby Episode: "I Feel the Earth Move"
2016–present Stranger Things Eleven Main role
2020 Mariah Carey's Magical Christmas Special Herself Television special

Music videos

Year Title Artist(s) Ref.
2016 "Find Me" Sigma featuring Birdy [55]
2017 "I Dare You" The xx [56]
2018 "Girls Like You" (Original, Volume 2 and Vertical Video versions) Maroon 5 featuring Cardi B [57][58][59]
2018 "In My Feelings" Drake [60]
2019 "Happy Anniversary, All I Want for Christmas Is You!" Mariah Carey [61]

Video games

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2018 The Sims 4 Herself Free downloadable character as part of an event [62]

Awards and nominations

Major associations
Association Year Category Work Result Refs.
Primetime Emmy Awards 2017 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Stranger Things Nominated [63]
2018 Nominated [64]
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2017 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Nominated [65]
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Won
2018 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Nominated [66]
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Nominated
2020 Nominated [67]
Miscellaneous awards
Association Year Category Work Result Refs.
Empire Awards 2018 Best Actress in a TV Series Stranger Things Nominated [68]
Fangoria Chainsaw Awards 2017 Best TV Actress Won [69]
Gold Derby 2017 Drama Supporting Actress Nominated [70]
Breakthrough Performer of the Year Won
2018 Best Drama Supporting Actress Nominated [71]
Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards 2022 Best Supporting Actress in a Streaming Series, Drama Nominated [72]
IGN People's Choice Award 2017 Best Dramatic TV Performance Won [73]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2018 Favorite TV Actress Won [74]
2019 Favorite TV Actress Nominated [75]
2020 Favorite Female TV Star Won [76]
2021 Won [77]
Favorite Movie Actress Enola Holmes Won
London Film Critics' Circle 2021 Young British/Irish Performer of the Year Nominated [78]
MTV Movie & TV Awards 2017 Best Performance in a Show Stranger Things Won [79]
Best Hero Nominated [79]
2018 Best Performance in a Show Won [80]
Best Kiss (with Finn Wolfhard) Nominated
NME Awards 2017 Hero of the Year Herself Nominated [81]
People's Choice Awards 2017 Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress Stranger Things Nominated [82]
Saturn Awards 2017 Best Younger Actor in a Television Series Won [18]
2018 Best Younger Actor in a Television Series Nominated [83]
2019 Best Performance by a Younger Actor Godzilla: King of the Monsters Nominated [84][85]
2022 Best Actress in a Streaming Series Stranger Things Nominated [86]
Seattle Film Critics Society 2021 Best Youth Performance Enola Holmes Nominated [87]
Teen Choice Awards 2017 Choice Breakout TV Star Stranger Things Nominated [88]
2018 Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress Won [89]
Choice TV Ship (with Finn Wolfhard) Nominated [90]
2019 Choice Summer TV Star: Female Won [91]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 2021 Best Youth Performance Enola Holmes Nominated [92]
Young Artist Awards 2017 Best Performance in a Digital TV Series or Film – Young Actress Stranger Things Nominated [93]

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