Milly Alcock also known as Amelia May Alcock is one of the most talked about actors in recent times. The Australian recently starred in the Game of Thrones spin-off series House of the Dragon, which was received exceptionally well by both the audience and the critics. So, if you liked Alcock’s performance in House of the Dragon, here are some more shows and movies starring Milly Alcock you should watch next.
Synopsis: An attractive young surgeon, whose son has gone missing, is trapped in a haunted world, where children from the past emerge to taunt and test her.
Synopsis: When an infamous serial killer who has gone dormant for years is believed to have killed again, two families in a quiet, suburban neighborhood are put on a dangerous collision course. Homicide Detective Mike Serrato (Aden Young) and High School Guidance Counselor Leo Doyle (Sam Trammell) have struggled for years to do what is best for the people they love and the families they are desperate to protect. But when old obsessions begin to possess them, the murder of a local teenager sets Mike and Leo on a course of mutual destruction that will emanate through every facet of their lives.
Synopsis: At top-secret U.S.-Australian joint defense facility Pine Gap, fissures appear in the critical alliance as spies work with, and against, each other.
Synopsis: When a woman is found brutally killed, the clues surrounding her death connect to murders both past and present. Political corruption and shady business dealings are soon entwined with sinister crimes and occult practices. At the center of this web are two detectives, Molly McGee (Emma Booth) and Alex O’Connell (Ewen Leslie) who share a tragic past. In a harrowing journey to find the truth, their fate is coerced by the ghosts of the unsettled dead that linger in the liminal space between life and death known as “The Gloaming.”
Synopsis: Two misfits, thrown together by chance in the middle of the Australian desert, forge bonds in a quest to transport a precious piano from one side of the country to the other.
Synopsis: A sensible, creative and overachieving 17-year-old student in a respectable, middle-class family seems to be having the perfect ride until she experiences her first manic episode of Bipolar disorder.
House of the Dragon
Synopsis: The reign of House Targaryen begins: House of the Dragon, the prequel to Game of Thrones, is here. Based on George R.R. Martin’s “Fire & Blood,” the series, which is set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones, tells the story of House Targaryen.