British actress and producer Millie Bobby Brown was born on February 19, 2004. She became well-known for her role as Eleven in the science fiction Netflix series Stranger Things (2016–present), for which she was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards.
Brown was prominent in the 2019 monster movies Godzilla: King of the Monsters and Godzilla vs. Kong (2021). Also, she produced the 2022 follow-up to the 2020 mystery movie Enola Holmes for Netflix.
As the youngest person chosen for this position, Brown was named one of the Time 100 lists of the world’s most influential people in 2018 and recognized as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.
What is Millie Bobby Brown Net Worth and Salary?
British actress Millie Bobby Brown has a $14 million dollar net worth. Early on in her life, Millie Bobby Brown began acting, landing her first part in the 2013 season of “Once In a Time in Wonderland.”
But what launched her to fame was her breakthrough performance as the enigmatic, telekinetic character Eleven in “Stranger Things” (2016). Two Primetime Emmy Award nominations for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series were among the many honors and distinctions Millie received for her depiction of Eleven.
Millie has had appearances in several television shows and movies in addition to “Stranger Things,” including “Intruders” (2014) and “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” (2019). She played Madison Russell again in “Godzilla vs. Kong” (2021). Millie has utilized her platform as a prominent figure in the entertainment industry and her fame as an actor to promote several social concerns.
Stranger Things Salary
Millie Bobby Brown made $10,000 for each episode for the first season of Stranger Things, or $80,000 overall. She received $270,000 for the entire second season or $30,000 per episode. Millie received a cast-high $300,000 per episode during the third season. With 8 episodes in season three, Millie made almost $2.7 million (before taxes and fees).
Enola Holmes Salary
It was disclosed in November 2019 that Millie made $6.1 million for her role as “Enola Holmes,” a movie set in the Sherlock Holmes universe. She worked as a producer on the film and received a separate $500,000 salary for it.
How Did Millie Bobby Brown Get Her Start in Acting?
When Brown was nine, she acted as Young Alice in the ABC television series “Once In a Time in Wonderland.” She starred in the American BBC paranormal series “Intruders” the following year, in 2014.
She then had cameos on several well-known shows, including ABC’s “Modern Family,” CBS’s “NCIS,” and ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy.” When Brown was chosen to play Eleven in the science fiction Netflix series “Stranger Things,” she had her big break.
Both domestically and internationally, the event was a huge success. Critics and prize presenters praised Brown’s performance in particular highly. She received nominations for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series.
She shared some ensemble honors for the program with the rest of the cast, including the 43rd Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor in a Television Series. In the second season of “Stranger Things,” she played Eleven once more and received additional nominations.
Brown carried on collaborating on other initiatives in addition to “Stranger Things.” She appeared in the music video for the song “Find Me” by Sigma and Birdy. She has moreover made several appearances in Citigroup ads.
She debuted as a model in a Calvin Klein advertisement in 2017. IMG Models soon signed her, and she starred in the Italian company Montcler’s summer 2018 campaign. When Brown was chosen to play the lead in the “The Enola Holmes Mysteries” movie adaption, she landed her next significant role.
She contributed to the production as a producer as well. She also provided the voice for Spheres: Songs of Spacetime, a virtual reality production by Darren Aronofsky. Brown was the youngest person on Time’s list of the 100 most influential people in the world by the middle of 2018.
She was again the youngest person ever to hold this position when, later that year, she was made a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. She was also listed as one of Hollywood’s top thirty under-18 stars by “The Hollywood Reporter.”
In “Godzilla: King of the Monsters,” which came out in 2019, Brown made her feature film debut. Later, in 2021, she returned to the character in “Godzilla vs. Kong.” She has served as an ambassador for the UEFA campaign Together #WePlayStrong.
Moreover, she was cast in the movie version of “The Thing About Jellyfish.” By introducing her cosmetics brand, “Florence by Mills,” extensively distributed in Boots drugstores across the United Kingdom, Brown forayed into uncharted terrain in 2019.
2020 was a significant year for her because “Enola Holmes” was published. She would also produce and star in the thriller “The Girls I’ve Been,” it was also revealed. She recently started working on “Damsel,” a Netflix original film directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo of Spain.
She was also chosen for “The Electric State,” the movie version of the Simon Stalenhag graphic novel. She said in May 2021 that she would return to the role of Enola Holmes in the film’s follow-up, “Enola Holmes 2.”