Cristian YoungMiller

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Cristian YoungMiller
Born Cristian Miller
(1972-11-19)November 19, 1972
Nassau, Bahamas
Website www.RateABull.com/Cristian

Cristian YoungMiller (born November 19, 1972) is an author and director (credited as one of the first Bahamians to direct a full-length movie).[citation needed]

Early years[edit]

Born Cristian Andrew Miller, he is the son of Sandra Young (Miller-Byles), the first Miss Universe contestant from the Bahamas.

Career[edit]

Working under multiple pen names, YoungMiller is an international best selling author of over 100 novels, short stories and audiobooks that have been translated into 6 languages. He is most known for his adult romances which have hit #1 in both French and Portuguese.

In 2001, YoungMiller directed 'Co-Incidence' (2002) (see List of Bahamian films). Credited as one of the first Bahamians after Sidney Poiter to direct a full-length feature, his movie became the first SAG experimental film to ever get theatrical distribution when it was distributed at Galleria Cinemas in the Bahamas. In 2006, he co-founded the website RememberTheBahamas.com,[1] which became the largest retail website in the world specializing in merchandise from the Bahamas. In 2008, he founded RateABull.com,[2] an online community where members ask other members for advice on relationships and personal topics.[3] In 2013, he became the lead software designer for My Publishing Assistant, a suite of software designed to make self-publishing easier.

Under then name Cristian YoungMiller, he has published the novels "Run From The Reaper", "Fixing Cupid" (#1 downloaded humor book on Amazon on Black Friday 2011), "The First Day After Life", and "Happiness Thru the Art of... Penis Enlargement: A 'Novel Guide' to Jelqing, The G-spot, How to Last Longer in Bed and Other Sexual Secrets" for which he was featured in the documentary 'Unhung Hero' (2013) as an expert. He is the author the children's/humor books "Everybody Masturbates", "Everybody Masturbates for Girls", "Everybody Has Those Thoughts So It Doesn't Mean You're Gay" and "Everybody vs. The Ferret".

Notable accomplishments[edit]

At 19, YoungMiller was asked by the noted sculpture Eugene A. Horvath to be a model for what would become the artist's last work. The life-sized bronze statue now stands at 400 W. State Street in Rockford, Ill, USA. YoungMiller kneels in the front row holding a rifle and giving a peace sign.[4]

In 2013, YoungMiller was a member of the U.S. Nationals Touch Rugby Champions, the L.A. Royals.

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