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Millicent Miereanu grew up in the San Fernando Valley and has been acting since the age of 5. After graduating high school, Millicent trained at the Colburn School in Los Angeles. She moved to New York in the summer of 2017 to attend the William Esper Studio's Full Time Conservatory Program, where she trained in the Meisner Technique under Bruce McCarty. She graduated in 2019. 

Upon graduating, Millicent produced, directed, and starred in her first solo show at the Duplex, "My Tendaberry Friend," a love letter to odd jobs, Laura Nyro and New York City.

Millicent spent time in the mountains of Italy performing in the Trentino Valley Music Festival. She performed in the musical Cabaret and as a soloist in a gala celebrating the music of Leonard Bernstein.

Millicent premiered her show "They're All Going to Laugh at You" at El Cid on Sunset in 2022. The show follows the aftermath of a shotgun wedding set in the San Fernando Valley. The show sold out it's run.
Most recently Millicent and her writing partner, Emily Woods, founded the independent theater company "Embarrassing Productions." So far they have ran two successful workshops of their plays "My Mom, My Dad, and the TV News" and "Haunted House the Musical," with their next project debuting in February.

Millicent is based in Los Angeles. When she is not acting, she enjoys vintage shopping and going for strolls around the neighborhood with her pet lizard, Randall. 
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