How tall is Millie Bobby Brown

Millie Bobby Brown's Height

5ft 1.5in (156.2 cm)

English actress, best known for playing Eleven in Netflix series Stranger Things. Her agency in 2017 says she is "Height: 5 feet 2 in"

How tall is Millie Bobby Brown
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Average Guess (25 Votes)
5ft 1.45in (156.1cm)
Jane said on 14/Sep/17
@Rob - I find it interesting that you have her measured lower than the height she claimed she was measured at. Is there a reason why (not saying that you're wrong)?
Editor Rob: she may be near 5ft 2, but some people do measure in sneakers and think nothing of it.
Sandy Cowell said on 11/Sep/17
@ Nik - Hi! There seems to be quite a bit of banter going on regarding Millie's height, and so far everyone is in favour of upping her - to 5ft2 or 3! I think Rob might be required to adjust her height sooner than he imagined - but she's worth it!
I've been waiting for something worthwhile to say on Millie's page, and now I finally think I might have it!
This afternoon I was watching a film starring someone who literally grew up in show business, and this time she was acting in a rather tacky film! I'm not mentioning any names here because I would probably veer off in the direction of the other star, and also, I wasn't paying that much attention to be able to judge just how tacky it was, but let's say that if you saw her playing her childhood part and looked at her in this, you would probably think that she took this part purely to rebel! Another thing is that she'd changed beyond all recognition from plastic surgery.
It makes me wonder how many kids are pushed into acting by their parents. Be that as it may, one thing I did conclude this afternoon is that these stars, once they have grown up, hate to be labelled, and who can blame them on that front? They're human after all! But somehow I think that in Millie's case she has the stability and presence of mind to act in only what she wants to and in a few years time, she won't be having any regrets about what she has done in her youth and won't decide to change her already perfect looks, as this girl did, much to her detriment. It would be ideal if every young actor/actress could feel that way. Acting is a precarious business, particularly for the very young. There are dangers at every corner with becoming a celebrity, and not just the obvious ones like drink and drugs. They risk psychological problems as well.
I'd like to think that this young girl does set an ideal standard. Wouldn't it be good if all young stars could be as level-headed as she is?
Now it is time to guess Millie's height again*, so I am upping her to 5ft2 - half an inch more!

* Doesn't time fly? 🐝 It's nearly 2 months since we started our discussions on Millie's page!
Pedro said on 9/Sep/17
@Rob Millie was wearing Click Here and Vanessa was wearing Click Here
Editor Rob: they could be within a small fraction of each other's heel height.
Pedro said on 8/Sep/17
Here is Millie with Vanessa Hudgens: Click Here
Maybe at least give her the 5'2" from her resume?
Editor Rob: I don't know what they are wearing, but she could be closing in on 5ft 2.
Jay said on 30/Aug/17
She's definitely taller than this
Nik said on 28/Aug/17
@ Sandy Cowell

No problem. I shall look forward to it Sandy!

Sandy Cowell said on 28/Aug/17
@ Nik - Ah! So sorry that I had still haven't written back! I'll get my thinking cap on.
Yes, I was just going through the 'Latest Comments' and see that a girl called Jane has requested that Millie be up graded. I have turned up on this page just now to find that I haven't yet replied to you! 😒
Something will be done - and soon!
Jane said on 27/Aug/17
Don't you think you can give Millie a boost by now? She's said she's 5'3" on multiple occasions: Click Here
Pedro said on 27/Aug/17
Here in this instagram live stream is Millie comparing herself with Lilia Buckingham who also claims being 5'3": Click Here
Nik said on 23/Aug/17
@ Sandy Cowell - Hi!

I first saw your comment on this page early this morning, and it has captured my imagination so much that I have read it again a few times and now I am ready to provide a response!
Isn't it great to hear Rob saying that Millie outshines adults in terms of etiquette and intelligence, it makes you so proud that there are children about like Millie who give us so much to be proud of.
I think the sort of upbringing that you talked about in your post on the 17th August is the best for our children to have, children need to be respected and given the opportunity to know they are highly valued as well as being allowed to express their selves fully. Of course children need to be disciplined but it needs to be respectful and appropriate to what they have done wrong, it shouldn't be demeaning and excessive with regard to the thing done wrong by the child. I think nowadays in some circles discipline has gone from one extreme to the other, too hard to too soft, and I don't think that is right. The discipline given to children should not be as severe as it once was but it should be there and appropriate in order to tell children that you can't always do what you want in life, I am sure they grow up as better adults as a result of suitable respectful punishment combined with the ideas mentioned by you on the 17th August. Children need to respect that the discipline given to them is fair and appropriate, either immediately or once they have thought about it at a later time!
I find it very interesting that you went to private school, I went to a comprehensive school at high school age which was "The King's High School" in Pontefract.

Cheers Sandy!
Pedro said on 22/Aug/17
How tall do you estimate the new "Stranger Things" cast member Sadie Sink? It's difficult to find pictures of Sadie where she is stranding straight next to the other kids, but here is one with Millie: Click Here
Sandy Cowell said on 22/Aug/17
@ Nik - Hi! I do like the note your last comment on Millie finished on; about there are 'plenty of fine children out there' so I'm all in favour of going right ahead and celebrating the lovely selection of kids I have had the privelege of knowing! But before I mention any individuals, it's a good idea to discuss the necessity for discipline and how it nurtures a child and makes him (or her!) feel loved and secure.
As you know, I've looked after a fair amount of kids in my life and one thing they all have in common is an inborn sense of humour! In my day, we would get told off for laughing - at home we were ordered to shut up, and at school, we'd be sent to stand in the corner! It was most unfair of our elders to suppress what came naturally to all of us, but that's what went on those days. It was like walking on eggshells much of the time and stifled our creativity.
That surely was down to the fact they those in our charge grew up in the war years and had very little to laugh about. There must have been some resentment there on their part, and the one grown-up who would agree with this is my father. Of course, his teachers were brought up in the First World War! We could always laugh in his visits - you know Christopher and I came from a broken home. He would get to tell us about messing about at school himself and being caned! Kids were still caned in my schools; in my junior school, children had their mouths washed out for swearing (or being caught!), and the cane was even used as a means of discipline in my private senior school. As a tiny 4ft6 12-year-old, my brother was caned for throwing a bag of crisps at a prefect! He cried! No, they didn't let you off, however undersized you were! We'd get hit with books on our heads for talking or laughing and being slapped round the face was the norm!
I never did get the cane! I thought if my parents are willing to pay for my education, I'm not going to waste their money! Other than that, my schooldays were great, and I liked every single fellow pupil in my class! I reckon that I was very fortunate to have schooldays like that!
What is happening in so many schools today is exactly the opposite, and that is such a shame. Of course kids need discipline. Without it, they aren't being cared for properly.
Children like Millie here will have grown up to be as eloquent as she is through love and respect! Yes, respecting a child back in the time that I grew up and beyond would have been considered laughable, but when, as Rob says, she outshines grown men and women in etiquette and intelligence, isn't it worth bearing this sort of upbringing in mind for more of our precious children?

Cheers Nik! πŸ‘ 😊

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Nik said on 18/Aug/17
@ Sandy Cowell

I have just gone onto this page and found this comment of yours and I have to say that you have brought up a very interesting topic of discussion. I too think that the strict and diisrespectful approach mentioned by you sucks, I believe in some discipline, as I am sure you do too, but children have to be shown respect and be told that their needs are important and that they are not inferior to adults. I am sure bringing children up to believe in themselves and their own importance has rubbed off in creating a very good future for many of our youngsters, unfortunately I think that there is discipline lacking in society nowadays, but you don't deny this, Your idea of bringing up children is first class and I must say that the world would be a great place if everyone followed suite. There are a lot of fine children, like Millie, about nowadays and we should celebrate that!

Sandy Cowell said on 17/Aug/17
@ Nik - I've just scrolled back a bit and found that I owed you a comment! I'm wondering how best to continue this debate from July: I feel that pretty much has been covered, and mainly by you, but I would like to add a little something about kids who were raised by parents who grew up in the war, of which I am one!

A great deal of 'kids must be seen and not heard' still existed then. Our opinions and needs came a poor second to those of the adults. We were told what to do and had to obey or else! I'm of the opinion that bringing up kids like that absolutely sucks!

We weren't allowed the luxury of being interested in how tall we were growing, which is normal and healthy for every child. Our interests were meant to be educational or beneficial to our parents or the society we were growing up in. What do you think happened, largely, as a result? Yes, we rebelled! For me, educational stuff came much later - when it suited me!

It's great to see children with so much more respect going their direction nowadays! It means they will grow up with a sense of leadership and knowing that they matter and their opinions count! In turn, that attitude will be passed on to their youngsters!

The times certainly are 🎢🎡🎢 a-changing 🎢 and in this respect, it's for the better!
Pedro said on 14/Aug/17
@Jane Finn's height on IMDb is a different case, because it's not on his resume there. So it was most likely submitted by some random user.
As for his current height, it was he himself who claimed at a twitch-stream being 5'7". However, he then later corrected it to 5'6" after making an estimated height comparison with a friend. But since he is clearly going through a growth spurt it's maybe only a question of months until he is 5'7" for real.
Jane said on 23/Jul/17
@Rob - I think you may right about IMDB differing the actors' heights because in the case of her (Millie's) castmate, Finn, he was listed as 5'4" sometime in May/June, and I believe earlier this month, that switched to 5'5". Now, all of a sudden, they want to say he's 5'7". That's a bit fishy.
Editor Rob: teens are certainly going to grow, but keeping track of all the teen actors is difficult.
Pedro said on 19/Jul/17
She has bee claiming in recent instagram live streams that she is 5'3". Like in this one: Click Here
Javier said on 18/Jul/17
IMDB has her listed at 5'3". I knew this was a little bit of an overkill.
Editor Rob: there's a lot of double heights on imdb.

The trivia section can be influenced by anybody (you, me, anybody).

If there is a 'resume' part, only the page owner (actor or agent) can alter it.

So in Millie's case The public and agency are different.

Certainly imdb get caught out hundreds of times a year when the trivia height differs from the 'resume' height 😳 😱 😨
Nik said on 18/Jul/17
@ Sandy Cowell

When you mentioned about showing this young lad that he matters you came up with a very good point and that is how adults should strive to be with children, a much better society would result from this but of course children need to be taught good values and standards of behaviour too.
Not only would combining childrens and adults ideas in the more senior job positions be a potent mixture but you would find that many children would be very candid in their assessment of how different organisations are run and they would make no apologies for giving their good advice in how to change things for the better for members of the public! Children know what's what and they will let you know!

Slim 182 cm said on 18/Jul/17
Wouldn't go above 5'1 now, maybe wait until next S.T season to upgrade.
Sandy Cowell said on 18/Jul/17
@ Nik - That's great as well, meeting up with the youngster's Mum - nice one! It shows the lad that he matters as a human being!
Kids thrive so much better in this world when they are shown the respect they deserve!

You're making an excellent point there when you say that adult ideas combined with kids' ones in the more senior job positions would go on to create some explosive ideas and outcomes!

@ Rob - It hasn't taken much time on my part to realise that by introducing some choice, young hopefuls to celebheights, untold doors will be opening for some truly fantastic discussions!
MJKoP said on 17/Jul/17
Shredder said on 16/Jul/17
Wow , for once I 100 % agree with The Danimal Digest.

Well, to be fair, unless her biological parents are midgets(not literally, of course), a female born in the year 2004 living in an upper class environment in Great Britain is almost medically fully guaranteed not to have reached her final height yet as of 2017.
Nik said on 17/Jul/17
@ Sandy Cowell - Hi!

My Mum and I also meet his Mum in Pontefract for a coffee when we get chance! Children deserve a lot of respect and I think they are more wise than adults in some important ways which makes me think a child's input in senior jobs would make the world a better place, and complement the best of what adults have to offer.
My 2 posts on this page on the 15th July were collectors items, they were the 2 posts that I sent that day and hopefully they will stay on this page for a long time!
I wonder how tall Millie will be when she is fully grown? I think she will have a great future and that she will be an actress to grace our screens for many years to come!

Sandy Cowell said on 17/Jul/17
@ Nik - It is great that you are still in touch with the son of your brother's ex-girlfriend!
That has to be one of the nicest things I have read about for a long time!
I think it's the bee's knees 🐝when adults give kids the respect that they need to thrive on to grown up and believe in themselves!
You get a huge πŸ‘ for that!
Jacob said on 17/Jul/17
How tall are the stranger kid guys rob?
Editor Rob: the boys in the show I think this year will be going through big spurts, by the time season 2 is released they will probably be a couple of inches taller than they look in the show.
Galahad said on 16/Jul/17
Oh dear, when I first saw that photo I thought it was young Carrie Fisher. But then by now she's probably already taller than Carrie ever was.
Shredder said on 16/Jul/17
Rob , what would you say is the average age a female stops growing? I know they stop on average before males do , maybe I should write to The Danimal Digest?
Editor Rob: by age 16 the average growth for girls is small, like a fraction.

But at 13 and a half, I would expect on average a girl to still gain about 2 inches or so.

Millie is couple of months older than 'Big Iona', who appeared in a couple of the youtube videos.

Iona is 5ft 3 now in July, here she is With me.

On average a girl her age and at that height might expect between 5ft 5-6 range, but with her parents being 5ft 9/6ft 2, maybe she has a better chance at several inches more...

With Millie, I am not familiar with how tall her parents are, but she may well get to the 5ft 3-3.5 range in next 2 years.
Nik said on 16/Jul/17
@ Sandy Cowell - Hi!

Too true. Children would teach adults a thing or two about decision making, make no mistake about that. They would be very candid and stand no nonsense! It was always a pleasure watching my nephew and niece growing up as well as spending time with the son of my brothers ex girlfriend.
Sandy Cowell said on 16/Jul/17
.... and yes, Nik, I do agree that she is a real little honey, and she sounds like one of the nicest of the kids that I've had the pleasure to know and watch growing up, having looked after them side they where about 4 years old or so! Things like this are such honours and one of the most beautiful things that life has to offer, which is something you know all about being fortunate enough to be an uncle! πŸ‘Œ
Sandy Cowell said on 16/Jul/17
@ Rob! Well, seriously, it is quite amazing to be so eloquant at that age! I must say, sometimes I come across kids like that myself and I have all the time in the world for them - so impressive!
On the other end of the scale many men and women of today sound like illiterates! Kids of high intellect are terrific - and we would be better off having them in the high up decision-making positions that go to, eh, others...
Editor Rob: Millie is definitely a rare exception for addition as she's been asked for about 5 times last 2 years....usually 15-16 is a cut-off point for listing actors or actresses as if I listed lots of kid actors, half my time would be spent trying to keep track of their growth!
Nik said on 16/Jul/17
@ Sandy Cowell. @ Danimal

Yes she will have plenty iof growth in her with her being as young as she is. Her family must be very proud of her!

Shredder said on 16/Jul/17
Wow , for once I 100 % agree with The Danimal Digest.
Sandy Cowell said on 16/Jul/17
Is that so, Danimal? Then she is still definitely growing.
She does look that young, but I can't imagine Rob featuring a girl as young as that. No way. That is a child!
Editor Rob: you should hear her in interviews, she's more coherent than some grown men!

At 13 and a half, I make an exception for a page here...
Danimal said on 16/Jul/17
She's only 13 years old. She definitely has more growth in her.
Shredder said on 15/Jul/17
If she dropped her first name , would it that be her Prerogative?
Nik said on 15/Jul/17
@ Sandy Cowell - Hi!

Yes she is a sweetie, isn't she? She had got a nice name too!

The birthday cake was very nice, thanks for that! I got some nice presents as well!

I have a posting for you on Big Show's page,you could make yourself a cup of β˜•οΈ! Before diverting!

Cheers mate!
Slim 181 cm said on 15/Jul/17
Nik said on 15/Jul/17
@ Sandy Cowell - Hi!

Too true it is commonplace, everyone is at it!

Her agency are no doubt being more than generous, I think she could well be 5'1.5", I'll split with you and Rob and give her 5'1.25"!

It will be "Chocolate fudge cake" time later today! I am not passing up on the grapes today!

189Night said on 14/Jul/17
She must have grown a lot since the Season 1 of Stranger Things
Sandy Cowell said on 14/Jul/17
She is a sweet looking girl of 5ft1 or 5ft2. I think it's quite commonplace for a 5ft1 girl to claim an inch or two more and so what? It's a bloody good idea and I think that I'll give it a go! *

Millie can have 5ft1.5 from me on the eve of Mr Nik Ashton's 41st Birthday!
It's nearly Cake time, Nik!

*.... when I'm back up to 5ft1 first! 😫 😝

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