Milly Alcock is a young Australian actress and model who has quickly gained attention in the entertainment industry. With her impressive acting skills and strong on-screen presence, she has earned recognition both in Australia and internationally. Here’s a brief account of Milly Alcock’s biography, career, family, and education.
|July 4, 2000
|Newtown High School of the Performing Arts
|5ft 2 (157.5 cm)
|$1 million (estimated)
Early Life and Education
Milly Alcock was born on July 4, 2000, in Sydney, Australia. She developed an interest in acting at a young age and began participating in school plays and local theater productions. Alcock attended Newtown High School of the Performing Arts in Sydney, where she continued to develop her passion for acting and performing.
Milly Alcock began her professional acting career in 2015 with a guest appearance on the Australian TV series “A Place to Call Home.” She then landed roles in other TV shows like “The Pretend One,” “The Unlisted,” and “Reckoning.”
In 2018, Alcock gained significant recognition for her portrayal of the younger version of Pamela Rabe’s character, Joan Ferguson, in the popular Australian TV series “Wentworth.” Her performance earned her critical acclaim and helped solidify her position in the Australian entertainment industry.
Alcock’s career took an international turn when she was cast in the highly anticipated prequel series “House of the Dragon,” a spin-off of the hit HBO series “Game of Thrones.” She is set to play the character of Young Rhaenyra Targaryen, which is expected to bring her even more recognition and success in the industry.
Milly Alcock prefers to keep her personal life private. As of now, there isn’t much publicly available information regarding her family or relationships.