Chicago-Based Independent Film Maker
M ilon V Parker began her acting career in July 2009 in her first play called Bois Don’t Cry performed in Atlanta and written by Laurinda D Brown. In 2010 Milon starred in her first movie My Mama Said Yo Mamas a DYKE written and directed by Coquie Hughes. In 2011, she authored the book, The Lies We Tell, But the Secrets We Keep. Milon then progressed to producer, co-screenwriter and lead actress of the movie based on the book and after that Milon continued to break barriers every year!
In 2012, she wrote and produced the sequel to “The Lies..” and took on the welcomed challenge of being the movie’s director as well. The buzz created from this new movie is outstanding and has propelled DVD sales of the first movie all over the country. April 22 2014, Maverick Ent. distributed The Lies Part 2 in Walmart, Amazon and other stores all around the world. On top of the distribution deal and all of the great reviews and outcome from The Lies Part 2 compelled Milon to do The Lies Part 3 which was also a success. In 2016, Milon wanted to challenge herself again and created a love story movie titled More Than Friends which was also a success and is currently for sale on Amazon.
My mama said yo mamas a DYKE
My Mama Said Yo Mama’s a DYKE is an urban “mockumentary” tale about a group of teens who become fed up with their lesbian moms so they decide to enlist them into this uncanny camp that specializes in “de-lesbianism”
The Lies We Tell But the Secrets We Keep
Roni & Bri are both living their life as lie until it all comes tumbling down. Unfortunately it leads to someone having to lose their LIFE!!
The Lies We Tell But The Secrets We Keep Part 2
Roni and Bri have fallen in a forbidden love, where lies and secrets lead to the end of their relationship. Bri tries desperately to move on and forget her past love with Roni. But, she’s in for an unexpected surprise when secrets are revealed and her life is now a twisted love triangle with her past.
Comedy, Drama, Romance
Girls Like Us Part 1
This is a lesbian drama series about a female attorney named Keisha, who is intimately involved in a relationship with an author/woman named Zoe, and a man/gynecologist named Greg. Keisha has been able to keep her hidden idiosyncrasies from her family and friends for months, but now her secret affair with Zoe is creeping to the forefront. Keisha feeling pressured by Zoe to end her relationship with Greg, and evenly pressured by Greg to get married now, has finally realized that she must choose between the love of her life Zoe or the politically correct life with Greg she is supposed to live.
The Lies We Tell But The Secrets We Keep Part 3
In this third segment of The Lies We Tell trilogy, a dying Bri is on life support fighting for her life while Roni is trying to find Tank to seek revenge. She eventually then finds Tank and takes matters into her own hands.
More Than Friends
A love story based around two characters – Angela and Tennille. Growing up through out the years Angela, a heterosexual female, never realizes that Tennille, a dominant female, is deeply in love with her. After several years of Angela being in the dark about Tennille’s true feelings, she soon discovers the love that Tennille has for her and realizes those feelings are mutual. Not realizing the love that she’s been longing for has been right in front of her face. Angela attempts to tell Tennille how she truly feels before it’s too late and Tennille marries someone else.
Heartbroken Jessica meets the charismatic Jada one fateful day. Reluctant to give anyone new chance, even Jessica had to admit that there was something by how they kept meeting. An unpleasant surprise puts the flame out of their romance, but will they find themselves back together. Kismet is a romantic comedy that asks the question: does fate bring us together.
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Writing, Acting And Modeling
My first fashion show was 10 years at Macy’s downtown Chicago which was for AIDS awareness. In 2009 I made history by being the first androgynous female in Remix The Runway which is also Called Surround Sound Of Fashion now. Then in 2010 I produced my own LGBT fashion show titled Taking Over The Runway which was a competition for the models and designers. Modeling led to acting and I always loved being in front of the camera. My writing career really starting in High School writing poetry which led me to writing my first book, then my second book which lead to my first movie, and eventually I got into directing my own films.