At only 16 years old, Millie Bobby Brown is already known as one of the best stars of her generation. From garnering critical acclaim as the all-powerful Eleven on Stranger Things, to winning over brand endorsements, modeling gigs, and movie roles, she eventually climbed her way to Time 100’s list of Most Influential People back in 2018. The British actress was just 14 at the time, making her the youngest person to ever be featured on the list.
A certified household name at her youth and acting caliber, it’s no secret that someone like Millie owns quite the bank account. To put it simply, Celebrity Net Worth places her estimated overall earnings by 2020 to a whopping $10 million! So how exactly does she make her hard-earned money?
The first clear factor would have to be her talent fee for the Netflix original hit series Stranger Things. Millie’s salary for the first season came to $10,000 per episode until it rose to $30,000 for season two. Come season three, however, the actress’ earnings per episode skyrocketed to $300,000, which totals to $2.7 million for the whole eight-episode season.
Having placed her star firmly on the Hollywood map, the Emmy nominee started appearing on multiple commercial advertisements by 2016. This includes being featured on global ads for multinational investment bank Citigroup, and Calvin Klein’s By Appointment campaign. IMG Models soon signed the actress in 2017, before Millie took part in Italian luxury fashion brand Moncler’s campaign not long after. Additionally, she’s recently released a collection with Converse and jewelry brand Pandora.
Millie earned her first major movie deal in 2019 for Godzilla: King of the Monsters where she was reportedly paid a jaw-dropping $1 million! But that’s not all. As many of you Netflix subscribers may know by now, the teen star is currently top-billing in the mystery drama film Enola Holmes alongside Hollywood heavyweights Helena Bonham Carter and Henry Cavill. Celebrity Net Worth notes that Millie earned $6.1 million for her role as the quick-witted titular character Enola. Talk about a monumental payday! Should the film do well enough for a sequel, Millie is apparently already guaranteed $7.5 million.
This story originally appeared on Preview.ph.
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