Millicent Simmonds is AN yank player WHO has marked in films Wonderstruck, A Quiet Place, A Quiet Place: half II, This Close.
She was born on March 1, 2003, in the USA. Simmonds was born to mother Emily Simmonds while the name of her father is not shared with the public, although she loves to feature on her social media.
She has four siblings, two older siblings (1 brother) and two younger sisters.
Simmonds is just 12 months old when she lose his hearing due to a medication overdose. So her mother learned American Sign Language and taught the whole family the sign language.
At the age of 3, she started attending Jean Massieu School of the Deaf where she joined its drama club. In 2015 Millicent Simmonds enrolled at Mueller Park Junior High School.
Simmonds was interested in acting at a very young age. She performed at the Utah Shakespeare Festival and was in a deaf student’s short film Color the World.
She auditioned for a role in the film Wonderstruck and landed the role of Rose, beating over 250 others.
She depicted the role of Regan Abbott in A Quiet Place (2018) and Quiet Place: Part II (2020). Moreover, she has also starred in episodes of TV series Andi Mack (2018-2019), This Close (2019), and in the music video Wanted a Name by pop duo Friendship.
For her wonderful performances, she won Critics’ Choice Movie Award (2017, 2018), Saturn Award (2017), Seattle Film Critics Society Award (2017, 2018), etc.
Both her net worth and annual salary is under review and will be updated.
Millicent might be currently living her single life. Also, she is not link to anyone. She likes to keep her personal information secret.
She has green eyes and blonde hair but other information about her height and weight are not available.
She has 70k followers on Instagram but she does not seem to be active on Facebook and Twitter.