Marilyn Milian Biography
This is what you need to know about Marilyn Milian an American television personality, lecturer, and retired Florida Circuit Court judge who presides over the American courtroom television series The People’s Court. She is the first Hispanic arbitrator to preside over a court show.
Marilyn Milian Age
Marilyn was born on May 1, 1961, in Manhattan, New York City, US. She is 59 years old as of 2020 and she celebrates her birthday on May 1 every year.
Marilyn Milian Height
Marilyn stands at a height of 1.6m.
Marilyn Milian Weight
- 53 kg
Marilyn Milian Family
Marilyn was born to Cuban parents Jorge, a general contractor, and Georgina Milian. The family moved from Astoria, Queens, to Miami when she was eight years old.
Marilyn Milian Husband
Milian is married to her husband John Schlesinger, a former assistant United States attorney, who in 2004 was elected to the 11th Judicial Circuit Court for Miami-Dade County, Florida, the same position that Milian held before retiring to The People’s Court. They live in Coral Gables, Florida, with their three children, Sofia Elena Schlesinger, Alexandra Schlesinger, Cristina Schlesinger.
Marilyn Milian Children
Milian and her husband John Schlesinger are parents of their three children, daughters. Their first daughter named Cristina Schlesinger was born in 1996, their second born Alexandra Schlesinger was born in 1998 and Sofia Elena Schlesinger their last born was born in 2001.
Marilyn Milian Net Worth
Milian has an estimated Net Worth of $ 40 million. Her positions as a Judge and television personality are the primary source of her income.
Marilyn Milian Career
Marilyn worked as an assistant state attorney for the Dade County State Attorney’s Office. She was appointed to the position by Janet Reno, who was then the state attorney for the county.
She also served as a presiding judge in the second life of the courtroom shows The People’s Court, the first arbitration-based reality court show, and the second-longest-running court show in history.
Milian was portrayed by Cecily Strong in a 2017 Saturday Night Live parody of The People’s Court where she presided over a case between President Donald Trump and three judges of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
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