The year 2019 was a great one for British actress Florence Pugh, who skyrocketed into mainstream success in two blockbuster films. In Midsommar she plays a troubled young woman travelling to Sweden who encounters a pagan-cult, while she stars as the youngest March sister in Greta Gerwig’s beloved adaptation of Little Women . With her rocking style on the red carpet, a no-nonsense attitude, and an Oscar nomination only at the age of 24, Florence Pugh is undoubtedly a star in the making. 10 stars who are actually from Canada – and not the US She lived in Spain for several years View this post on Instagram Chillin. #90’s A post shared by Florence Pugh (@florencepugh) on Apr 18, 2019 at 8:27am PDT Born in Oxford to a restaurateur father and a dance teacher mother, Florence moved to Andalusia in Spain for three years with her family. “I’m so happy I had that childhood – in and out of the sea naked, cycling down the road in my knickers, and bartering with the sweet shop owner,” she said in an interview with The Guardian . She suffered from tracheomalacia as a child View this post on Instagram The perfect amount of kisses (dog gob slathered across your cheeks) and pure gentle affection (paws to the face) can heal anything. #themaninmylife #SirAlbertPugh A post shared by Florence Pugh (@florencepugh) on Nov 22, 2018 at 11:55pm PST The Pughs moved to Spain in search of a warmer climate with the hope of improving young Florence’s health. It has been reported that since an early age, Florence suffers from a severe respiratory condition called tracheomalacia and spent much time in hospitals. However, her condition improved and now she is left with “a very scary cough” and a cool, raspy voice. Hollywood stars out for Britain at LA’s Bafta Tea Party – in pictures She performs acoustic guitar covers on YouTube Pugh’s uncommonly low and raspy voice is also in evidence when she sings – and she sure sings well. Pugh started singing song covers during her teenage years, initially under the name Flossie Ross and accompanying herself on acoustic guitar, which were then uploaded by her mum to YouTube and eventually developed a following. The good news? You can still find several of her videos online today. And they’re not half bad. She has a Game of Thrones relation View this post on Instagram Maisie so crazy, Bafta pardy A post shared by Florence Pugh (@florencepugh) on Feb 13, 2014 at 12:49pm PST Although Florence has never appeared in a single episode of the hit series Game of Thrones , she shares a close relationship with its stars. Her brother, who is six years older, is actor Toby Sebastian who is best known for his role as Trystane Martell in the series. Elsewhere, Maisie Williams, who plays the formidable Arya Stark, has worked together opposite Florence in the slow-burn thriller The Falling (2014). Directed by Carol Morley, the film takes place in an English private school where mysterious illness takes over the students. Marvel to Mulan: the 10 hottest films of 2020 She will play Yelena Belova in Black Widow View this post on Instagram It has been the most surreal 24 hours. Lovely to meet you MCU A post shared by Florence Pugh (@florencepugh) on Jul 21, 2019 at 6:48am PDT Marvel’s much-anticipated Black Widow will see Florence Pugh as the long lost sister of lead superhero Natasha, played by Scarlett Johansson, Yelena Belova. Discussing the film, Pugh told The Hollywood Reporter that the female-led film is essentially about “women repairing themselves” and trying to fix each other up in the process. Furthermore, Pugh promises that the film will be “very raw” and “very beautiful”, adding, “I think people are going to be really surprised by the outcome of a big action film having that much heart.” Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .