“Yellowstone” season three has been all about introducing fans to new things.
From Roarke Carter to Teeter to Mia, new characters surfaced on the Dutton farm to face new foes and business deals, all the while navigating their legacy of a ranch.
Mia in ‘Yellowstone’
However, the emergence of Mia on episode three, “An Acceptable Surrender” really stood out to many fans.
This isn’t necessarily just for her barrel racing capabilities and other half of the Jimmy-Mia relationship, but for her relationship with someone else entirely.
Relationship to Josh Brolin
Eden Brolin, who plays Mia on the show, is the daughter of Josh Brolin.
Brolin has starred in countless films as well as being both a producer and director. Recently he was Thanos in the “Avengers” franchise. He has also starred in “Everest,” “Deadpool 2,” “Sin City,” “True Grit,” and “W.”
You may even recognize his babyface in the 1985 classic film “The Goonies” written by Steven Spielberg and Chris Columbus. In fact, there is currently a virtual reunion happening with the old cast.
Although the two are related, Eden has established herself in the acting world all on her own even before “Yellowstone.” She is known for her role as Charlie Singer on Freeform’s “Beyond,” Johanna in the 2020 crime thriller “Arkansas,” as well as Susan Atkins in the Lifetime movie “Manson’s Lost Girls.”
She is most known for her role in “Arkansas” alongside Vince Vaughn, Liam Hemsworth, and Clark Duke. The film is about two low-level drug runners in the Dixie Mafia who follow the orders of an Arkansas-based drug kingpin.
Although she is most famous for her acting career, Eden is also a talented musician. She is the lead singer of the indie-pop band Atta Boy. In June the group released “Big Heart Manners” after a nearly seven-year break from releasing any albums. The group has over 150,000 monthly Spotify listeners.
Eden and her father are pretty close. In fact, she goes out of her way to “troll” any haters her dad gets online.
“I would like seek out comments on the internet about my dad and I would create a fake account and troll them and try to fight back. My dad saw it and said ‘you can’t do that,'” Eden told Entertainment Weekly.
The fourth season of “Yellowstone” is expected to premiere sometime in the summer of 2021.