Celeb Funfact of the Day: Millie Bobby Brown


Millie Bobby Brown is an English actress who has won our hearts as Eleven in the Netflix science-fiction television series “Stranger Things.” If you would like to know more about Millie, browse through 20 fun facts we have prepared for you!

  1. Millie Bobby Brown was born on 19 February 2004 in Marbella (Andalusia, Spain) to Kelly and Robert Brown.
  2. Millie has three siblings.
  3. Millie is of the English ancestry.
  4. Millie was born with partial hearing defect in one ear. Currently she is deaf in one ear.
  5. She goes by Millster as her official nickname.
  6. Millie serves as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. She is the youngest person ever to be appointed as ambassador for this organization.
  7. Millie’s family moved frequently when she was a child. Currently she resides in London and Atlanta.
  8. She made her on-screen debut as Alice in the drama series “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.”
  9. Millie starred in the music video for Sigma and Birdy’s “Find Me” in 2016. Since then, she also appeared in three other music videos – The XX’s “I Dare You,” Maroon 5’s “Girls Like You” and Drake’s “In My Feelings.”  
  10. She started her modelling career in January 2017 with Calvin Klein’s campaign.
  11. She made her feature film debut in 2019 with her portrayal of Madison Russell in “Godzilla: King of the Monsters.”
  12. Millie has been the ambassador of UEFA’s Together #WePlayStrong campaign since March 2019.
  13. Millie received a Screen Actor Guild Award in 2017 for her work on “Stranger Things.”
  14. She was nominated twice for prestigious Primetime Emmy Award as an outstanding supporting actress in a drama series.
  15. She is a huge fan of Nicki Minaj.
  16. Millie is best friends with actress Maddie Ziegler.
  17. Millie is afraid of sharks, darkness and bungalows.
  18. She is trained as a boxer.
  19. Millie is extremely popular on Instagram – she has 19.5 million followers.
  20. Millie auditioned for “Game of Thrones” in 2011, but was unsuccessful in getting a role.