Mila Milosevic is an award winning actress, singer, improviser and model born in Serbia. Mila now lives and works in Manhattan. She speaks Serbian, Hungarian and English fluently.
Mila tends to be cast as young women who, at face value, have a girl next door quality. But you discover before too long that that’s not what they are. She’s reminiscent of the quirky, sweet and wholesome Anna Kendrick, and entitled, type A, know it all alpha girls such as Reese Witherspoon (but 20 years younger). So what you see is not what you get.
Most recent bookings include the lead in the indie feature comedy “Yellow Scare” for which she just won “Best Supporting Actress” at the Hoboken International Film Festival, and lead role in Match.com international commercial playing in over 40 countries overseas.
Mila has studied acting with Anthony Abeson, Matt Newton (MNActing studio), among others, and has taken singing lessons with Bradley Dean and Michael Clayton Moore. She has been training and performing improv and musical improv at the Magnet Theater since 2014.
Mila has been training her voice since a very young age in Hungary, Serbia and the US, singing classical, pop, rock music, jazz and musical theatre. Mila is proficient in playing the flute. She has performed at Carnegie Hall, Don’t Tell Mama, The Duplex, The Metropolitan Room and more.
Mila has been a lead kids drama teaching artist at Treasure Trunk Theatre since 2014. Here, she gets to share her knowledge and passion for performing with children.
Mila is a proud member of Mensa.
IMDb page: http://www.imdb.me/milamilosevic