An American youth theater actress, Milly Shapiro gained recognition after starring as Matilda Wormwood in the Broadway production of the original Roald Dahl novel, Matilda. She has also starred in legendary musicals like Annie and Les Miserables.
Having a successful career and immense popularity from a very young age, Milly has gained a massive number of fan followers all across the globe. Millions of fans want to know her personal life besides the camera.
So, let us dig into Milly Shapiro bio that includes information about her parents, siblings, career, net worth, age, and wiki facts.
Milly Shapiro Career; What’s the Figure of Her Net worth?
The 15-year-old, Milly Shapiro started her career from the very young age. She portrayed the role of Matilda Wormwood in Matilda on Broadway alongside Oona Laurence, Bailey Ryon, and Sophia Gennusa.
In 2016, Milly played Sally Brown in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown in the York Theater alongside Joshua Robert Colley. Three days after, on 8th of June, she’ll be appearing as Charlie Graham in the drama/thriller movie Hereditary, her first film debut in her acting career.
Milly has even won a Tony Award for the role of Maltida Wormwood in Maltida. She was even a nominee for the Grammy Award for the cast album.
Being an actress, Milly Shapiro earns a good amount of money from her profession. However, she hasn’t gushed anything about her earnings and income. As she is just 15 and soon to make her first film debut, her net income will increase over a year. But what’s the figure of Milly Shapiro net worth?
Well, Milly Shapiro net worth is under review as of 2018.
Milly Shapiro Wiki-Bio; Age, Birthday, Parents, Sister
Hereditary star Milly Shapiro was born in the year 2002 in Tampa, Florida, United States. Her birthday falls on 16th of July, which makes her age 15. Milly’s height is 4 feet and 10 inches.
Milly was raised by her mother, Michelle Shapiro, and father, Eric Shapiro. She even has her older sister named, Abigail Shapiro.
Milly has studied acting, singing, and also dancing, with focuses in ballet, jazz, tap, and hip-hop.