We are already desperate for the next season of Netflix Original series 'Stranger Things' now that it's exactly one month on since all eight episodes of season one aired. We definitely weren't the only ones who binge-watched this sci-fi horror adventure in one go, captivated by the acting talent of today's youth.

Winona RyderWinona Ryder also stars in 'Stranger Things'

Will finally returned to his family after a mysterious force rendered him missing, but it seems his torment is not yet over according the the suspenseful conclusion of episode 8 'The Upside Down'. But it's not him we're looking forward to seeing again come season 2, it's his shaven-headed, super-powered girl pal Eleven we are desperate to see.

For those who haven't seen the show, Millie Bobby Brown plays a laboratory subject named Eleven (nicknamed El) with the power of psychokinesis, who has managed to escape her captors and aids Will's friends in the search for him. 'Stranger Things' also stars Winona Ryder as Will's mother. 

Millie made her acting debut in the ABC mini-series 'Once Upon a Time in Wonderland' as a young Alice back in 2013, and went on to have a more prominent role as Madison O'Donnell in 2014 BBC thriller 'Intruders' starring the Oscar winning Mira Sorvino and James Frain from 'Gotham'. She also appeared in episodes of 'NCIS', 'Modern Family' and 'Grey's Anatomy' before she was finally invited to star as Eleven in 'Stranger Things'. Eagle-eyed TV viewers may also remember a brief appearance from her in this year's series of 'Hell's Kitchen'.

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At just 12-years-old, she's clearly a talent in the making - if not already. Born in Marbella, Spain to British parents and raised in Barcelona, Millie Bobby Brown has lived in Orlando, Florida since she was 7. 

There's little else we know about this young star currently, but we will without doubt be seeing more of her in the future.