New stars are breaking through with their talent and dedication as the entertainment business continues to change. These young performers are ready to make significant contributions in the upcoming years after capturing the attention of both spectators and industry insiders with their remarkable performances.
Eight up-and-coming stars will be highlighted who are already making waves in the field and who appear set for even greater success in the future. So, stay tune!
1. Jenna Ortega
The recent success of Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams in the Netflix series “The Addams Family” has strengthened her reputation as a gifted and adaptable actress.
Audiences have responded favorably to Jenna’s portrayal of Wednesday and have commended her ability to embody the character’s intelligence and dark humor. Jenna Ortega is on track to become one of the most sought-after actresses of her generation as her career is rising and she has an expanding resume of successful films under her credit.
2. Joseph Quinn
Joseph Quinn started working in the entertainment business in 2013, and his breakout part was as Arthur Havisham in the British television series “Dickensian.”
In addition, Quinn has been in a number of well-liked television shows and motion pictures, such as “Catherine the Great,” “Howards End,” and the sci-fi horror flick “Overlord,” in which he played Peter III of Russia.
3. Thuso Mbedu
In her portrayal of Winnie in the South African drama series “Is’thunzi,” Mbedu made her debut. She received widespread acclaim for her outstanding work in the show, and for her part in the limited series “The Underground Railroad,” she was the first South African actress to receive an Emmy nomination for Best Actress in a Limited Series or Movie.
4. Aimee Lou Wood
British actress Aimee Lou Wood is well-known for playing Aimee Gibbs in the Netflix comedy-drama series “Sex Education.” In 2016, she made her television debut after beginning her acting career on stage. Although being relatively new to the profession, she has gained notoriety for her role in “Sex Education” and is now a rising star.
5. Simone Ashley
The role of Kate Sharma in the Netflix series “Bridgerton” has made Simone Ashley a household name in the United Kingdom. She has additionally made cameos on British television shows like “Casualty” and “Broadchurch.” Ashley, who has British and Indian descent, won plaudits for her performance in “Bridgerton” and is quickly gaining followers.
6. Jamie Campbell Bower
Jamie Campbell Bower started out as an actor by performing in plays like “The Winter’s Tale” and “The Woman from the Sea” at the Royal National Theatre. In the 2007 movie “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” by Tim Burton, he made his acting debut as Anthony Hope.
Bower has also played young Gellert Grindelwald in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1” and Caius Volturi in the “Twilight” series, among other roles in different movie series. He also worked on movies like “The Price,” “Anonymous,” and “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.”
7. Austin Butler
Austin Butler’s big break came when he was cast as the main character in the TV show “Switched at Birth” in 2011. He has also been in shows like “The Carrie Diaries” and “Arrow” that are very popular. Butler has also worked in movies, with roles in “Aliens in the Attic,” “The Dead Don’t Die,” and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.”
8. Amelia Alcock
Amelia Alcock is a British actress who shot to prominence after appearing in “House of the Dragon” on HBO. She was keen to get the part despite having never seen “Game of Thrones” before auditioning for the prequel. By following her gut and auditioning for the show, she received a huge career boost. Despite her overnight success, Amelia is finding the whole thing quite weird.