Odessa Young (born 11 January 1998) is an Australian actress. She is known for her roles in the 2015 feature films Looking for Grace and The Daughter. She portrays Frannie Goldsmith in the CBS ALL Access 2020 miniseries The Stand.

Odessa Young started acting at the age of 11. She acted in television series such as Wonderland and Tricky Business before making the transition into feature film work.

In 2015, she co-starred in the film The Daughter with Geoffrey Rush and Sam Neil. Also in 2015, she acted alongside Radha Mitchell in Looking for Grace, where she played the titular role. Later that year, she was dubbed "Australia's brightest rising star" by Elle Magazine. For her role in The Daughter, Young attracted considerable critical acclaim and won Best Actress in a Leading Role at the 2016 AACTA Awards (Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards). Her performance in The Daughter also earned her an award for Best Actress from the Australian Film Critics Association.

In 2017, Young starred as Genevieve in the web series High Life; for her performance, she won an IAWTV Award for Best Lead Actress – Drama. In 2018, she won Best Actress at the 5th annual Vancouver Web Series Festival for her role in the series. In 2020, Young is set to appear in the HBO television series Tokyo Vice; directed by Michael Mann.

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