Marilyn Milian Biography
(Judge, TV personality)
Birthday: May 1, 1961 (Taurus)
Born In: Astoria, New York, United States
Marilyn Milian, more popularly known as Judge Milian, is a retired state circuit court judge from America. She rose to fame after presiding over the adjudication-based reality court series ‘The People’s Court’. Courtroom based reality TV shows have always been popular in the USA, but Milian created history by becoming the first arbitrator of Latin-American origin on any such show. Holding the position for 18 years, she has also become the longest serving adjudicator on the series. Since Milian arbitrates on real small-claims court cases on the show, she has gained both fame and notoriety for her attitude. While many appreciate her directness, assertiveness and animated gestures, she has also faced criticism for her occasional harsh attitude toward some participants. Outside the show, Judge Marilyn’s career has made her nothing short of a force to be reckoned with. She not only served as a Florida State Official Judge, 11th Circuit for Miami-Dade county, but has also been a spokesperson for FBI’s Safe Online Surfing initiative. Additionally, she has gained respect for her work against domestic violence. The fact that she won the ‘Groundbreaking Latina of the Year’ award in 2006 only goes to show the impact she has had on the Hispanic community.