Millie Davis is a Canadian actress, perhaps best known for her roles as Ms. O (later known as Big O) in the PBS Kids /TVOKidsSeries, “Odd Squad”, and PAL in “Annedroids”.
All the hidden details about the young actress are exposed in the biography below. Keep reading.
Early Life, Family, Educational Background
Millie Davis was born on 6 December 2006 under the zodiac sign of Sagittarius, in Toronto, Ontario Canada, to Megan and Wayne Davis. She’s of Afro-Canadian ethnicity and holds Canadian nationality. She has an older brother, Drew Davis, who is also an actor.
Her parents own a musical theatre school called the Charactors Theatre Troupe, in Thornhill, Ontario. Unsurprisingly, Millie was introduced into the world of entertainment when she was just a baby, as at six months of age she appeared in her first TV commercial, “Run for the Cure”.
She was also inspired by her older brother, with whom she has appeared in various movies as siblings, including “Befriend and Betray”, “Orphan Black”, and “A Dark Truth”.
When Millie was still young, she participated in the annual after-school musical theatre program organized by her parents. She also took part in a musical called “Echoes”, at the Toronto Fringe Festival.
Not much is known of her educational background, however, the actress has hinted that she goes to a private school when she’s not busy filming.
After her minor appearance in a commercial as a baby, Millie Davis didn’t start her acting career until nearly four years old, in 2011, playing Caitlyn McQuarrie in “Befriend and Betray”.
The following year, she landed her first movie role in “A Dark Truth”, playing Saber Francis in the action thriller directed by Damian Lee. Speaking of her first movie role, she said, ‘I can clearly remember running through a forest in the Dominican Republic (movie set).’ Then in 2013, she played Hope opposite famous actors Regina Hall, Terrence Howard and Taye Diggs in the American comedy film “The Best Man Holiday”.
Subsequently, she was cast as Gemma Hendrix, daughter of Alison and Donnie Hendrix, in the science fiction series “Orphan Black” opposite Tatiana Maslany, Dylan Bruce and Kevin Hanchard.
From 2014 through 2017, Millie played PAL in “Annedroids”, a Canadian children’s TV series aimed at teaching children about STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics – from the perspective of an 11-year old girl. Still in 2014, Millie Davis landed a major role in PBS Kids TV series “Odd Squad” as Ms. O (known as the Big O in the latter seasons), leader of every Odd Squad precinct in the world. She reprised her role in “Odd Squad: The Movie” in 2016, and “Odd Squad: World Turned Odd” in 2018.
In the 2017 family drama “Wonder”, based on the 2012 novel of the same title by R. J. Palacio, she played Summer, Auggie’s kind and reliable friend. Other films Millie Davis has appeared in are “Remedy” (2014), “Man Seeking Woman” (2015), “Good Boys” (2019), and the series “Dino Dana” (2017-19).
In 2018, Millie Davis made a guest appearance in Mika Watkin’s science-fiction drama “Origin” as Ruby Toure for a single episode of the show.
At the 5th Canadian Screen Awards, Millie was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Limited Series.
BYUtv recently announced in April 2021 that Millie Davis would star as Amelia Parker in an unreleased family comedy series, “The Parker Andersons and Amelia Parker”.
The series will highlight the struggles of adapting to a new environment, and being part of a blended family.
Since Millie started taking more voice roles, she’s risen to prominence or, according to Amazon, may even be regarded as a ‘veteran in the voice-over world’. Millie Davis’s debut voice acting role was on the “Super Why” set when she voiced Serena/Dot in 2007.
Subsequently, she voiced Chloe in “The Magic Hockey Skates” (2012), and between 2012 and 2013, Millie voiced Daisy Weel’s character in “The Doozers” an animated series created by The Jim Henson Company, aired originally on Hulu.
Other characters she voiced are Penelope in “Wishenproof” (2015- 17), Priscilla/Molly in “Playdate” (2015), and Mia in “Little People” (2016).
In 2018, she collaborated with a major production company, Sesame Street, to voice the lead character Esme in its new animation, “Esme and Roy”.
She also voiced additional characters in the Canadian and American versions of “PJ Masks” (fourth season).
Personal Life, Relationship
The 14-year old Millie Davis is single, as at this age she hasn’t hinted at any love interest, and is focused on her career. She’s active on social media, Instagram (@thatmilliedavis) especially, on which she has 150,000 followers.
Millie still lives with her cat and family in Canada. However, she spends a lot of her time in Los Angeles when she’s filming.
Appearance, Clothing Style
Ms. Millie Davis is 5ft 1in (1.55m) tall, and she weighs around 110 lbs (49kgs), with current vital statistics of 30- 24- 32. She has dark brown kinky hair that flows down to her shoulders; she likes to wear her hair naturally or in braids.
Even at 14, Millie Davis has a sense of style. She loves to dress simple yet classy. Her favorite outfit is a tank top, baggy jeans and a pair of sneakers. For formal events, she switches into elegant dresses.
Hobbies, Favorite Things, and Interesting Facts
- Millie Davis is passionate about protecting the ocean and conserving wildlife.
- She enjoys the outdoors.
- Her favorite animals are horses.
- Millie loves traveling.
- She enjoys spending time with her friends.
Net Worth and Salary
As of late-2021, actress Millie Davis’s annual income is estimated at close to $90,000, while she already has an estimated net worth of close to $1 million, accumulated through her acting, brand collaborations, and personal projects. Details of property belonging to Millie Davis and her family remain undisclosed at this time.