Milo Adorno

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Milo Adorno (born June 24, 1977, San Juan, Puerto Rico) is a Puerto Rican-American actor and writer.

His real name is Yamil Josue Adorno-Toro. Milo is his family nickname, which he started using as his stage name in the late 2000s. He studied Drama and Dramatic Writing at New York University and Communications and Journalism at University of Puerto Rico. As an actor, he worked on stage, commercials, film, and television. Since 2010, he has been publishing inspirational/spiritual literature, mostly through his social media. His first book, 33, derives from 45 of the most popular poems featured on his website, as well as 54 never-before released works. [clarification needed] He is currently working on a second book. He lives in New York City.[citation needed]

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