Date: September 16, 2023 Time: 16:20:19
Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown said she would have worked in a nursing home if she hadn’t found success as a Hollywood actress. NME writes about this.
Following the release of her book Nineteen Steps, the actress told BBC Radio 4 that she was inspired to write the historical novel by her grandmother Ruth, who died in November 2020 from Alzheimer’s disease.
Brown added: “If I hadn’t chosen the acting path, I would have loved to work in a nursing home. I love the stories of older people and the stories they tell, even if they are completely made up.” The actress concluded: “I hope that after reading The Nineteen Steps you go talk to your grandparents and ask them what they know about your family history.”
It is known that Millie Bobby Brown’s book was released on September 12. It tells the story of an 18-year-old girl named Nellie Morris who faces tragic circumstances during World War II.
Let us remind you that previously Millie Bobby Brown’s Florence By Mills cosmetics brand launched its first fragrance. It was called “Wildly Me” and is dedicated to the actress’s entry into adulthood.