Emilia Rose O'Connell
18 January 1997 (age 25)
Isle of Wight, England
Actress, singer, dancer, model
Laine Theatre Arts
Paling & Jenkins
Ellis O'Connell (brother)
Emilia Rose "Mills" O'Connell, known professionally as Millie O'Connell, is a British actress, singer, dancer, and model. She played Anne Boleyn in the West End Production of . She also played the same role in the show's 2018 Six the Musical UK Tour, beginning on 11 July 2018. Millie left the show on 13 October 2019 and her role was taken over by Courtney Bowman.
Personal Life [ ]
Millie openly identifies as queer and pansexual.
Role [ ]
Timeline [ ]
First UK Tour
11 July – 30 December 2018
First West End Production
17 January – 13 October 2019
Stage Credits [ ]
Laine Leaps Ahead
Slave of the Ring/Understudy Jasmine
Ensemble/Understudy Peggy Sawyer, Ensemble/Understudy Anytime Annie
Theatre Du Chatelet, Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Thoroughly Modern Millie
Ensemble/Understudy Millie Dillmount
Six the Musical
UK Tour, Arts Theatre
Charing Cross Theatre
Be More Chill
The Other Palace
The Turbine Theatre
Hope Mill Theatre
Be More Chill
The London Palladium
Trivia [ ]
Prior to leaving the show, Millie had played the most shows out of every actress in the original West End cast.
If Millie could play any other queen, she said she would want to play
Jane Seymour. Millie was in the same production of
Be More Chill as Renée Lamb. Millie was in the same production of
Hair as Jodie Steele and Grace Mouat. Millie was in the same production of
RENT as Maiya Quansah-Breed. Millie shares the same birthday as
Izuka Hoyle. Out of all past and present queens, Millie has the most Instagram followers.
The spacebuns were not intended for the Boleyn costume, it is just what she wore at West End Live in 2018 because she thought they were "really cute".
 Millie is the only cast member to have worn the Boleyn 3.0 costume.
She was also the first cast member to wear the Boleyn 3.1.0 costume.
Gallery [ ]
"But I didn't look as good as I did in my pic..." To view the Millie O'Connell gallery, click . here
References [ ]