Milly Alcock AKA Rhaenyra Targaryen Bio, Wiki, Age and more

Milly Alcock is an Australian actress, model, and TV personality who made her acting debut in an Australian TV drama program named Wonderland in 2014. After that, she appeared in various Australian TV dramas and thriller series like Janet King (2014), A Place to Call Home, Fighting Season (2018), Pine Gap (2018), Les Norton (2019), The Gloaming (2020), and Reckoning (2020) and Upright (2019–2022).

But Milly recently gained worldwide fame when she was selected to portray the role of a young princess named Rhaenyra Targaryen in HBO’s House of Dragon.

Here are a few interesting facts and FAQs regarding Milly Alcock AKA young Rhaenyra Targaryen.

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House of the Dragon poster featuring Milly Alcock as Rhaenyra Targaryen, HBO

Milly Alcock’s personal details

Stage nameMilly Alcock 
Full NameAmelia May Alcock
ParentsEmma Alcock
SiblingsBert Alcock and Eddy Alcock
BirthdateApril 11, 2000
Place of birthSydney, Australia
Age (in 2022)22 years
Height5′ 5″ (1.65 m)
Zodiac SignAries
ProfessionActress, Model

Milly Alcock Birthday, age, parents, siblings, family

Milly Alcock is a 22-year-old Australian actress and model born on 11th April 2000.
Milly Alcock has two siblings named Bert Alcock and Eddy Alcock.

Milly Alcock Education and Career

Milly Alcock joined Sydney’s Newtown High School of the Performing Arts, to pursue her acting career, but around that time she was also selected to play a runaway teen character named Meg in the Australian drama Upright. Her daily schedule of filming for the character Meg and also attending school was conflicting with one another.

So, she decided to quit school and pursue her acting career full-time. Her decision of quitting her school for show business finally paid off in 2018 when she received her first award in acting, the 2018 Casting Guild of Australia Rising Star Award, for playing the character Meg in Upright.

Milly Alcock’s Filmography

Movie/Web seriesCharacter played
Wonderland (2014) S2.E7-NarcissismTeen Girl 1
High Life (2017)
S1.E2 – The Rush
S1.E3 – The Twist
S1.E4 – The Pinnacle
S1.E5 – The Fall
S1.E6 – The Return
Isabella Barrett
Janet King (2017)
S3.E3 – Levelling the Playing Field
S3.E4 – Running Out the Clock
S3.E5 – Game Changer
Cindi Jackson
The School (2018)Jien
A Place to Call Home (2018)
S6.E2 – Salt of the Earth
S6.E3- Darkness and Light
S6.E5- Look Not in My Eyes
S6.E10- Reaching Home
Emma Carvolth
Pine Gap (2018)
Episode 1.2
Episode 1.3
Episode 1.4
Episode 1.5
Episode 1.6
Marissa Campbell
Fighting Season (2018)
S1.E2 – Shooter/Hugger
S1.E3 – A Good Soldier Makes A Bad Civilian
S1.E4 – The Medal
S1.E5 – Blood Money
S1.E6 – Ricochet
S1.E7 – Outside The Wire
Maya Nordenfelt
Les Norton
S1.E2 – Wrongside
S1.E8 – Bush League
S1.E9 – Misery at the Selebo
S1.E10 – Day of the Gecko
Sian Galese
The Gloaming (2020)
S1.E1 – The Dying of the Light
S1.E2 – Hell’s Black Grammar
S1.E3 – The Casting of the Bones
S1.E4 – Black Winged Angels
S1.E6 – Heathen Dogs
S1.E7 – The Mark of the Witch
S1.E8 – The Night of the Mothers
Jenny McGinty
Reckoning (2019-2020)
S1.E1 – California Dreamin’
S1.E2 – RRK Is Dead
S1.E3 – Paul the Apostle
S1.E4 – You Should Be Dancing
S1.E5 – Hunters
S1.E6 – Anniversary
S1.E7 – Alaska
S1.E8 – Rolling Thunder
S1.E9 – Best Life
S1.E10 – Salvare
Sam Serrato
The Familiars (2020)Alison
House of the Dragon (2022)
S1.E1 – The Heirs of the Dragon
S1.E2 – The Rogue Prince
Young Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen
Upright (2019-2022)
S1.E1 – Day One
S1.E2 – Day Two
S1.E3 – Day Three
S1.E4 – Day Four
S1.E5 – Day Five
S1.E6 – Day Six
S1.E7 – Day Seven
S1.E8 – Day Eight
Episode 2.1
Episode 2.2

Milly Alcock’s upcoming movies or web series

Movies/Web seriesCharacter playing
Furlough (2022)Ella

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Milly Alcock poses in front of the House of Dragon poster

Milly Alcock Awards

Milly Alcock has received nominations for the Best Comedy Performer in Award for Best Comedy Series at the 2022 AACTA (Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts) Awards for her performance as Meg in Upright.

She received her first award in the Rising Star Award category, for her TV career in the 2018 Casting Guild of Australia Awards.

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Milly Alcock as Rhaenera Targareyan in House of the Dragon, HBO

Milly Alcock’s net worth

Milly Alcock’s net worth is estimated to be around $1-2 Million. This number is a result of various sources quoting almost the same amount like Networthandsalary, Trengezie, Famouspeopletoday, Biogossip, and Clutchpoints.

Interesting facts about Milly Alcock

  • Milly Alcock started a Youtube channel when she was 13 years old. The youtube channel only has two videos of her vlogging stuff about daily life.
  • She quit school to pursue her acting career.
  • Milly Alcock was washing dishes in her friends’ house when she got the news of her selection in House of the Dragon.
  • She received her first award at the age of 18 in the Rising Star Award category for her TV career.

Milly Alcock’s social media handles


FAQs regarding Milly Alcock

Is Milly Alcock Australian?

Yes, Milly Alcock is Australian by birth.

When was Milly Alcock born?

Milly Alcock was born on 11th April 2000.

Who played Meg in Upright?

The character Meg in the Australian drama series Upright is played by Milly Alcock.

Who plays Emma in a Place to Call Home?

The character Emma Carvolth in the Australian TV Drama series Place to Call Home was played by Milly Alcock.

How old is Princess in House of the Dragon?

The young princess Rhaenyra Targaryen, played by Milly Alcock, is 14 years old in the House of the Dragon’s opening two episodes of the series.

Who is Milly Alcock playing in House of the Dragon?

Milly Alcock is playing a young princess Rhaenyra Targaryen who is 14 years old in House of the Dragon.

How old is Milly Alcock?

As of 2022, Milly Alcock is 22 years old.

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