Millie Bobby Brown (born February 19th, 2004) is a Spanish-born British actress who had her big breakout in 2016 with her lead role in the Netflix original series Stranger Things as Eleven, receiving multiple awards, as well as two nominations at the Emmy Awards for her incredible performance.
She also became the youngest person ever to be named by Time magazine on its list of the 100 most influential people of 2018, at the age of 14.
Millie started her acting career after she moved from Orlando, Florida to Los Angeles, California in the year 2013. She has appeared in some popular television shows such as Grey's Anatomy and NCIS, but only played minor roles. But portraying Eleven in Stranger Things was her first major role, for which she rose to prominence at a very early age.
Her first ever film role will be in Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Millie will also produce and feature in the film adaptation of the Enola Holmes Mysteries book. With that, she will become one of the youngest people in Hollywood to earn a producer credit on a feature film, which will be produced through her own company, PCMA Productions.  She is also set to narrate an episode of Spheres, a VR series produced by Darren Aronofsky.
Millie's kiss with Finn Wolfhard, who played Mike Wheeler in the series, was her first actual kiss as well. She said it was horrible, because everyone was watching backstage. For their second kiss at the season two finale, Finn tried to warn her by whispering "I'm coming in" to get the exact timing, a moment that can also be seen in the final edit.
Millie doesn't like pizza, hamburgers, fries, or strawberry ice cream. 
Though she does like Eggos, she has stated the number of times she had to eat them made her sick. She likes the blueberry flavor best.
She is a middle child - she has an older brother, an older sister, and a younger sister.
She was signed to the modeling company IMG at the age of 13.
She is afraid of sharks, the dark, and bungalows.
She is also a fan of soccer, following Liverpool FC, a team in the Premier League.
Facing harassment by some Twitter users who would edit pictures of her and add anti-LGBT captions, Millie deactivated her Twitter account, but pleaded to end online bullying after alluding to her disappearance from Twitter during her acceptance of the Best Performance award at the MTV. Her side account, created for the purpose of preventing bullying, remains active.