The Young Aussies Who Are About To Make It HUGE In Hollywood

2016-10-09 01:47:08Z
Hayley Mitchelhill-Miller
Hayley Mitchelhill-Miller

A Girl Has No Name... But if you must know I'm Hayley, aka Numpty 'coz I'm a clutz. I'm a Scoopla content producer, actor, martial artist, and you'll often find me binge-watching Netflix with my partner.

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It’s no secret that here in Australia we have some seriously talented people, young and young-at-heart.

When it comes to making it big, they’ll usually get their experience here in our local films and series and then will jet off to The States to get on to Hollywood’s radar.

Yes, we’ve got our Cate Blanchett, and Nicole Kidman, our Hugh Jackman and our Hemsworth Brothers… but what about the NEXT generation of talented youngsters?!

Well, we are about to introduce you to the next gen of Aussie actors who are already stamping their name all over Hollywood and you’re going to want to keep tabs on them!



Freya’s been working hard since she was younger and she’s deserved every role she’s scored!

Starting off in theatre, Freya then ventured into film and television, landing a role in the acclaimed Aussie series Cloudstreet and the hard-edge film X.

Moving over to the US, she then landed a lead role in the Netflix series Hemlock Grove and she sure packed a serious punch with her performance.

She got to play Wendy (yes Peter Pan’s Wendy!) in Once Upon A Time and is soon to feature in a spine-tingling drama titled No Way To Live – which Sia has even tweeted about!



If you’re a fan of the hit series The 100 then you will be well acquainted wwith Alycia!

Alycia got her start in a string of smaller roles here in Aus, from McLeod’s Daughters to Dance Academt, before she was cast on the show Next Stop Hollywood. It was all uphill from there, because she’s since starred in The 100 and Fear the Walking Dead.



Meegan starred in a string of Aussie short films, even one straight from the Australian Theatre for Young People, and had guest spots on Aussie hits My Place, A Place To Call Home and Rescue Special Ops.

She’s now making it big in a hit series called Turn alongside Billy Elliot’s Jamie Bell, and she’s been going strong ever since!



If you’re following the new Aussie series Doctor, Doctor, then you should know Chloe’s name by now!

Pursuing a professional career in dance when she was younger, Chloe opted to give acting a try and scored a role on Aussie series Reef Doctors.

She’s since been heavily involved in some amazing theatre productions, a scary AF Aussie film with Hollywood names, Backtrack, and is now gracing our TV screens as Hayley in Doctor, Doctor.



Harrison is about to become every girl’s crush, because he’s starring in the upcoming Fallen film (he’s the guy on the left!) – which is pinned to be the next Twilight.



A while back we made everyone aware of the upcoming Aussie film set to be the best one yet, Boys in the Trees, and Justin is one of the leads in it!

Justin got his start in the popular series Conspiracy 365, before becoming an Aussie heartthrob in Reef Doctors (yep, Chloe was in it, too!) and Neighbours.

He’s got a stack of talent to get him anywhere and could be the next Leo, so be sure not to miss his new film!



Toby is also set to star in Boys in the Trees, and has already wowed crowds in Aussie films like Galore.



Keep an eye on these Aussies! They are going places!

Image Credit: Netflix / Warner Bros. TV / Mushroom Pictures. 

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