Millie Bobby Brown
After moving to the United States from Spain, Millie Bobby Brown began taking acting classes in her neighborhood in Orlanda, FL. Upon discovering a knack for the craft, she and her family relocated to Los Angeles. Brown made her acting debut on "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland" (ABC 2013-14), embodying a younger incarnation of Sophie Lowe's central character Alice. Though Brown only managed a two-episode stint on the short-lived series-itself a spin-off to the more successful "Once Upon a Time" (ABC 2011-)-she bounded quickly to a central gig on the science fiction series "Intruders" (BBC America 2013-14), playing Madison, a nine-year-old girl possessed by the spirit of deceased serial killer Marcus Fox. Though "Intruders" lasted only eight episodes, Brown's performance on the series earned her the attention of popular programs like "NCIS" (CBS 2003-), "Modern Family" (ABC 2009-), and "Grey's Anatomy" (ABC 2005-), on which she enjoyed one-off performances throughout the following year. Brown found a starring role once more on yet another supernaturally inclined series, "Stranger Things" (Netflix 2016-). Brown was enlisted to play Eleven, a young girl whose mysterious background traces back to imprisonment at a military facility.