Buffalo 12 Year-Old Nominated for Best Supporting Actress
A Local 12-Year-Old Charter School for Applied Technology seventh-grade student named Mya Miller has been nominated for the role she played in a Short Film called, 'A' My Name Is. Now Mya is headed to the 'Nice International Film Festival', according to the news report.
Mya's Mom Congratulates her on FB:
The news report reads as such:
The movie was shot at DeGraff Hospital on a vacant floor.
"I am grateful that I got a part in it and there are so many people that auditioned. I can't believe I got the role, and it's nice to be a part of something big in Buffalo.
Mya is a high honors student with aspirations to be a lawyer or an actress.
Her acting credits are growing. She was Ursula in "Little Mermaid: The Reversal" and Kaa in "The Jungle Book." She was most recently cast as a bullied student in a commercial for "Bandage Control," directed by Christina Cares, highlighting the impact of childhood trauma on mental health.
One of Mya's early videos...I believe it's an audition for 'Young Scarlet':