Millie Gibson

Last updated on the 28 March 2024 by Evandrus

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Mini Biography

Born: 19 June 2004, Tameside, Greater Manchester, England. 

Amelia Eve Gibson, better known as Millie Gibson, is an English actress who has established herself as a captivating performer on both the small and large screens. Her early life was marked by a passion for the arts, leading her to pursue drama classes at Oldham Theatre Workshop. Her talent was quickly recognised by Manchester Media City talent agency Scream Management, who signed her on, paving the way for a promising career in the entertainment industry.

Millie Gibson’s breakthrough came in 2017 with the lead role of Indira Cave in the CBBC sports drama series ‘Jamie Johnson.’ Her portrayal of the feisty and determined young athlete resonated with audiences, earning positive reviews and establishing her as a rising star. This success propelled her into the limelight, landing her the role of Kelly Neelan in the long-running ITV soap opera ‘Coronation Street’ in 2019.

Gibson’s portrayal of Kelly Neelan, a troubled but resilient young woman facing the complexities of life in Weatherfield, earned immense critical acclaim. Her performance earned her a British Soap Award in 2022 for Best Young Performer, cementing her position as a leading actress in British television.

In 2023, Millie Gibson’s career reached new heights when she joined the cast of the iconic sci-fi series ‘Doctor Who’ as Ruby Sunday, the new companion of the mysterious Time Lord.


Suggested viewing


Doctor Who (1963)

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Bftv 9.0 / IMDb 8.6

In a timeless dimension known as the Whoniverse, the enigmatic Time Lord known as the Doctor, a 900-year-old alien with a penchant for human companions, traverses the vast expanse of time and space aboard his trusty vessel, the TARDIS, an eccentric time machine disguised as a British police box. Alongside his companions, the Doctor embarks on thrilling adventures, encountering a myriad of extraordinary beings, both benevolent and malevolent, while striving to uphold justice and compassion across the cosmos.

Top cast: Ncuti Gatwa, Millie Gibson, Davina McCall Lukas DiSparrow, Anita Dobson, Andy Francis, Michelle Greenidge, Bonnie Langford, Giuseppe Lentini, Jinkx Monsoon, Angela Wynter, Indira Varma, Lenny Rush, Jonathan Groff.


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