Nancy Millán

With over twenty years of experience in the field of acting and music, Nancy has been involved in theater, film and television. While living in New York she played her music in places like the famous Bitter End and the Elbow Room. Her acting credits include: Perla (leading) “Arroz, Aloj!” (Do More films), Gloria in “La Espera Desepera” (Garito Films), Hilda in “Yellow” with Roselyn Sanchez (Sony Pictures), Connie in “One Hot Summer” with Vanessa Marcil and Casper Van Dien (Lifetime), Sra. Santos in “LOS SANTOS” (Garito Films). In theater we can highlight, “MUJER INVISIBLE”, a one-woman show for which she wrote the libretto and the music, and has won rave reviews in Puerto Rico and New York. “MUJER INVISIBLE” was part of the festival “Around the World in 24 Hours” by The Internationalists in New York and produced by Boundless Theatre Company. Other work include: “The Good Body” by Eve Ensler, where she played more than 7 characters with great success, produced by Boundless Theatre Company; Maya in “SAL” a monologue she wrote as part of “Des-Nudo”; Elena in “FAT PIG” by Neil LaBute, produced by El Secreto Mundo Inc. at the Victoria Espinosa Theater in Puerto Rico; Lybia in “Trastos viejos”; Marlene in “Rosa de dos aromas”, character that earned her a nomination for New York ACE Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2000. Bertina in “Ánimas de día claro”, Maria in “The Lesson” by Eugene Ionesco, work for which she was nominated in 2003 for best supporting actress for the Theater Critics Circle of Puerto Rico; La Poncia in “The House of Bernarda Alba”; Mrs. Peachum in “Threepenny Opera”; Victoria Guzmán in “Chronicle of a Death Foretold”. As a singer Nancy was part of the band “Tara's Road” where she was the lead singer, songwriter and guitarist. As part of her solo work, her songs have appeared on compilations “En lo que” Vol. 1 and “Batiscafo” Vol. 1 and Vol. 9 with artists like Ignacio Peña, Mima, Ian and Ardnaxela among others. In 2012 she released her EP of Indie Pop music “IMPERFECTO INVISIBLE”. Nancy attended the University of Puerto Rico and the State University of New York.