Adriana grew up in Los Angeles with the love and support of her mother and grandparents. She began studying acting, singing, dance, and piano at the local East Los Angeles Music and Arts School at age seven and began acting in theatre productions a year later. Since then, she has distinguished herself in a wide range of roles in many film, television and theatre productions. They range from a downtrodden and bitter garment factory worker in "Real Women Have Curves", to a broadsword-wielding action hero in "Round Two" to a sexy gun-slinging bad girl in "El Padrino" opposite Jennifer Tilly to a tough, over-protective restaurant owner in the comedy "Checking Out" opposite Peter Falk. In reference to her performance in "Real Women Have Curves", one critic wrote "Millan enters the stage with the most clearly defined backstory and she portrays real emotional depth...". In addition, she recently re-discovered her singing voice and has performed in the musical theatre workshops "Lalo" through the Mark Taper Forum and "Possession". She has also enjoyed ruffling some feathers by performing improv at well-known venues such as the Comedy Store and Improv. Adriana has degrees in psychology and criminal justice and even though she has been acting since she was eight, she has also worked investigations in public and private sectors, as a counselor for abused children and as a drama teacher for underprivileged youth. She also owned and operated her own cafe for five years while attending college. She recently produced and starred in her first film, the fantasy adventure "Round Two". Moreover, Adriana is currently writing a screenplay and spec scripts and is looking forward to writing and producing her next project.