Who plays Alison in Everything Now? (Niamh McCormack age, Instagram, roles)

LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 15: Niamh McCormack attends the Mithridate SS24 show during London Fashion Week on September 15, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Dave Benett/Getty Images for Mithridate)
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 15: Niamh McCormack attends the Mithridate SS24 show during London Fashion Week on September 15, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Dave Benett/Getty Images for Mithridate) /

Started watching Netflix’s newest teen dramedy Everything Now and want to get acquainted with the cast full of up-and-coming actors? We don’t blame you! I opened up my IMDb app and searched for all of the main cast while watching the first episode last night. The British series is bound to become a popular release for the streamer, and it’s already receiving positive reviews.

Everything Now stars Sophie Wilde as Mia, a 16-year-old who’s discharged from a psychiatric hospital after dealing with an eating disorder and goes back to school to see that a lot’s changed. Her friends are growing up and she needs to catch up. Her classmates, which include Becca (Lauryn Ajufo), William (Noah Thomas), Cam (Harry Cadby), and Alison (Niamh McCormack), attempt to get her up to speed, but that proves to be more difficult than they realize.

Alison is a cool girl at school who doesn’t always say the right thing, but she’s supportive of Mia at the end of the day. If you’ve started watching Everything Now and want to know more about the actress who portrays her, Niamh McCormack, you’ve come to the right place!

What to know about Everything Now star Niamh McCormack

Check out the basics of McCormack before we get into more details about the actress:

  • Age: 22
  • Instagram: @niamhhmccormack_
  • Height: 5’10
  • Roles: Everything Now, The Witcher, The Magic Flute, Willow, Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, among others

Niamh McCormack is an Irish actress and model who began her modeling career at the age of 14. According to the Irish Independent, she left school at the same age to begin home-schooling after being bullied by her classmates.

In an interview with the same publication, McCormack revealed some of her favorite things, which include the movie Titanic, the song “Feeling Good” by Nina Simone, and the perfume Chanel No 5. She also revealed whether or not she’s gotten her lips done (she hasn’t) and that her favorite celebrity is Bella Hadid. I can definitely see a resemblance between the two models!

Niamh McCormack
MUNICH, GERMANY – NOVEMBER 07: Actress Niamh McCormack attends German premiere of the film “The Magic Flute – The Legacy of the Magic Flute” at the Gärtnerplatztheater on November 07, 2022 in Munich, Germany. (Photo by Hannes Magerstaedt/Getty Images) /

Niamh McCormack shows and movies

McCormack walked in Milan Fashion Week at the young age of 16 and has since seen a very successful modeling career. As for acting, she made her debut in a series of short films between 2016 and 2020, and in 2021 she played the role of Lara Dorren in The Witcher, her most notable title at the time. She appeared in one episode in the second season of the Netflix Original.

Other shows McCormack has appeared in include Willow on Disney+ and the Irish series An Crisis, which aired on TG4. For movies, she’s played the character Róisín in the 2021 Irish movie Who We Love, Sophie in the 2022 German film The Magic Flute, and an unnamed character in the American movie Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, which came out earlier this year.

Up next, McCormack is set to appear in a short film called Essentially Painless and a movie called Fail to Prepare.

In another interview with the Irish Independent, McCormack reflected on her negative experience with bullies in school and the “toxic” modeling industry. “I was very lost in school,” she shared. “Acting was something where I felt I was able to express myself freely.”​

The actress said she’ll run into people now who used to bully her, and they try to act nice despite their previous treatment of her. But she’s content knowing she’s made a career for herself and is seeing a lot of success.

"“They will come up to me when they see me out and say, ‘You’ve done so well for yourself.’ I’m like, ‘Walk on!’ Because it was horrible,” McCormack explained. “Absolutely horrible. But me doing this says enough, I don’t really have to say anything else.”"

We’re bound to see McCormack scoop up new roles left and right, I’m sure of it, especially after people see her in Everything Now! You can watch all eight episodes of the Netflix show right now.

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