Milly Alcock Net Worth: $3 million (approx.)
Milly Alcock’s net worth is estimated to be around $3 million. Milly Alcock is a famous Australian actress
Milly Alcock is known for appearances in Janet King (2017), A Place to Call Home, Fighting Season, Pine Gap (2018), Les Norton (2019), The Gloaming, and Reckoning (2020). Milly Alcock also appeared in Upright (2019–2022), and as a young Rhaenyra Targaryen in the HBO television series House of the Dragon.
Milly Alcock Biography:
|Born||Amelia May Alcock|
March 11, 2000 (age 22)
|Notable work||Upright and House of the Dragon|
Milly Alcock was born on April 11, 2000—making her 22 years old at the time of the House of the Dragon premiere. Milly Alcock has two brothers, and describes herself as “very private,” and her family having no background in entertainment.
Milly Alcock first got her taste of acting when she was in a school play when she was “five or six,” and went on attended Sydney’s Newtown High School of the Performing Arts.
Milly Alcock dropped out of high school during her senior year to pursue an acting career. “School’s never been for me,” Alcock told The Sydney Morning Herald. “I’ve never been somebody who’s thrived in the school environment.
There’s a stigmatisation of people who drop out of high school. But I couldn’t turn down Upright for a piece of paper. That just seemed ridiculous to me and infuriating.”
Milly Alcock expanded on her decision to play a runaway teenager in Upright, an Australian drama, to Vogue Australia. “I never doubted it for a second,” she said of leaving Newton High School. “I was almost too impulsive.
I was like: ‘No, this is what I’ve been working towards and I’ve been given this amazing opportunity with this amazing cast, with this beautiful script.’ I couldn’t say no and I couldn’t let the fear and anxiety of not finishing school haunt me, because that would have defeated the whole purpose of leaving.”
Milly Alcock Movies Career:
Milly Alcock made her acting debut in 2014 as a teenager in Wonderland in 2014. Some other early work included playing Isabella Barrett in High Life, playing Cindi Jackson in series three of Janet King (both 2017), and appearing in television adverts for NBN, Cadbury, KFC, & Woolworths
Milly Alcock’s first role was “Teen Girl 1” in Wonderland, an Australian romcom TV show. However, her breakout role was in Upright as Meg, a runaway teenager. For her portrayal, she won the Casting Guild of Australia’s 2018 Rising Star Award.
“I auditioned for years and years and didn’t get anything, but I think the acting industry is competitive because it can afford to be,” she told Wonderland about her career. “Art is subjective and most of the time it’s out of your control. So every time I go in for an audition, I think ‘I either get this and things will change or I don’t and things stay the same. There’s no point worrying about it.'”
Playing a young Princess Rhaenrya on House of the Dragon is Alcock’s first major American role.
Milly Alcock found out she got the role while she was washing dishes at a restaurant in Sydney, she recounted, and quickly moved to England where the series filmed.
“It was a big change but I just told myself, ‘Okay for whatever reason they believe in me, so I have to believe in myself,'” she told Wonderland. “I tried not to let myself become consumed with all the frills and fluff of what could happen after the show because whatever I did was going to be on screens forever, so I wanted to put down the best performance I could.”
In 2021, Alcock grabbed a recurring role as the young Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen, a dragonrider of pure Valyrian blood, in House of the Dragon, a Game of Thrones prequel series, which premiered on August 21, 2022.
Alcock was in Queensland for the filming of series 2 of Upright in March 2022
Milly Alcock Social Media:
Milly Alcock only social media is her Instagram account, @millyalcock.
Her bio reads, “Extremely underwhelming in real life 🙇🏼♀️” and she writes her name is “Mils,” a nickname for Milly. Milly Alcock feed is full of film photos of herself and her friends, and her aesthetic is extremely Gen Z.