Odessa Young is a talented young Australian actress best known for her role as Hedvig Finch in the 2015 drama The Daughter. For her work in the film, she won the Australian Academy of Arts and Film Award for Best Actress, becoming the youngest actress to win one. She made her debut on the international stage, making her name in the overcrowded industry, thanks to her performance in the film Assassination Nation (2018).
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Odessa Young was born in 1998 in Sydney, Australia.
She is currently 20 years old.
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Odessa studied acting at the Newtown High School of Performing Arts.
Father – Rachel Young
Mother – Adam Young
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Odessa Young has not revealed anything about her personal life in the media and so there is not much information about her past or present relationship. It seems that she is focusing on her career.
Odessa Young got her first work in the movie The Daughter in 2015 alongside Geoffrey Rush and Sam Neill. It was his first role credited in a movie. Her performance in the film was hailed by critics and won the Best Actress Award in a leading role at the AACTA Awards 2016 and Best Actress at the Australian Film Critics Association.
In 2009, she played Alexandra Owen in an episode of the Australian children's television series My Place. It is based on the award-winning picture book of the same name by Nadia Wheatley and Donna Rawlins.
Her portrayal in films like The Daughter, in search of Grace and Assassination Nation has earned her considerable praise and public taste.
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Over the years, she has earned a nice amount of money, but the exact net worth and salary details are not available.
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Odessa began her acting career at the age of 11 when her theater teacher asked her to audition for a children's TV show called My Place on ABC-3. She has been successfully selected for this role.
She has been named "Australia's Brightest Rising Star" by Elle magazine.
In 2017, she appeared in the Web High Life series, which won the International Academy of Web Television's Best Leading Actress award and the Best Actress Award at the Vancouver Web Series Festival.
After appearing at the movies and on television, she failed to reconcile her studies and her career as an actress and so dropped out of school.
In 2018, she starred in A Million Little Pieces alongside Charlie Hunnam and Aaron Taylor-Johnson, directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2018.