|Full Name||Odessa Young|
|Birth Name||Odessa Young|
|Birth City||New South Wales|
|Date of Birth||January 1,1998|
Odessa Young is an Australian actress who has been active in the industry since 2007. Her career started getting notable after she was cast in the movie The Daughter for which she received AACTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
Odessa Young was born under the birth sign Capricorn on January 11, 1998, in Sydney, Australia.
Young is the daughter of Rachel Young and Adam Young. She is of Australian nationality while her ethnicity is missing.
Regarding education, she joined a performing arts high school in Sydney, taking part in theater productions.
When she was around 18 years old, she moved to Los Angeles, California from Sydney. After two years, she shifted to Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York.
The 23-years-old, Odessa Young is yet to be married and also doesn't seem to be involved in any kind of relationship as of now.
She seems to be much focused on her career as of now and has not preferred to reveal anything about her personal life.
Odessa Young has earned a decent amount of worth from her more than decade career. As of 2021, her net worth is calculated to be around $1 million. As an actress, she might be getting paid more than $57 thousand per annum.
She made her acting debut at the age of 11 in 2007 from her appearance in the short movie named The Rose of Ba Ziz. After two years she was cast in the TV series named My Place as Alexandra Owen.
Following this she appeared in movies such as Tricky Business, Bloomers, Handyman, The Moodys, Blood Pulls a Gun, The Tender Dark, Wonderland.
Her career started getting notable after she became part of the movie named The Daughter for which she received the AACTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. The other cast of the series includes Anna Torv, Ewen Leslie, Paul Schneider.
Some of her other notable work includes Looking for Grace, Highway, High Life, Assassination Nation, A Million Little Pieces, First Person: A Film About Love, Acting for a Cause, The Man in the Woods and The Stand.
Also, she is all set to appear in the upcoming project named Mothering Sunday as Jane Fairchild.