The new crop of starlets set to go stratospheric.
JACOB TREMBLAY, 11 MCKENNA GRACE, 11 MILLIE BOBBY BROWN, 13 MAX VENTO, 8
You’ll know him from… Receiving numerous of plaudits aged seven for his star turn in 2015’s Room, including the Critics’ Choice Award for best young actor (his co-star Brie Larson won the best actress Oscar for the film) – a moment he described as ‘super cool’. The Canadian actor most recently appeared on screen alongside Julia Roberts in Wonder, playing Auggie, a child born with facial deformities who begins to attend a mainstream school. Next up Starring in The Predator, a sequel to the 1987 sci-fi film Predator. Jacob in his breakout role in You’ll know her from… Lighting up cinema screens this year as a child prodigy in Gifted alongside Chris Evans. Mckenna, from Texas, has been acting since she was six and has garnered credits including soap opera The Young and the Restless. Next up Mckenna plays the young Tonya Harding in the darkly comic competitive ice-skating biopic I, Tonya, alongside Margot Robbie. She will also pop up in the forthcoming Netflix TV series The Haunting of Hill House. Mckenna with Chris Evans in You’ll know her from… Captivating boxset addicts everywhere as the psychokinetic Eleven in Stranger Things, which earned her an Emmy nomination this year. Millie, who moved to Florida from Dorset with her parents aged eight (and now lives in Los Angeles), has racked up more than nine million Instagram followers and clinched a modelling campaign with Calvin Klein earlier this year. Next up Millie will be starring in her first film, Godzilla: King of Monsters, up for release in 2019. Millie as Eleven in You’ll know him from… Stealing scenes as Joe in must-see BBC drama The A Word, about a family coming to terms with their son’s autism. Max – who isn’t autistic – was only six when he filmed the first series and has been praised by co-stars including Christopher Eccleston for his natural performance. Next up Fingers are crossed for a third series of The A Word. In the meantime, Max continues with his drama, singing and dance lessons. Max in BBC hit
The A Word