Cymphonique Miller is the younger sister of Romeo Miller (a.k.a. Romeo) and daughter of Percy Robert Miller (also known as Master P). She belongs to Filipino and Spanish ethnicity. Miller was a finalist in Radio Disney’s Next Big Thing but came in second place to Jasmine and has performed on several national tours and in theme parks across the United States. She quickly rose to prominence with her performances in Nickelodeon shows like Victorious and Big Time Rush furthering her star power. Her talents in singing and acting became imminent from a young age. She is the founder of Fabulous Girls Charity. The organization’s main goal is to raise awareness about cancer in children.
Cymphonique Miller Dating
Cymphonique Miller is in romantic relationship with Jacob Latimore, an American actor, singer and dancer from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Since 2012, the two have been together. Couple shares a very cute chemistry with each other and they often have a strong connection and bond from the start and they genuinely enjoy being around each other.
Cymphonique Miller Siblings
Cymphonique Miller has in total eight siblings. Her half-brothers include Vercy Miller (1991), Romeo Miller (1989), Hercy Miller (1996), Mercy Miller (2003), and Veno Miller. Her half-sisters are Intylyana Miller (1993) Tytyana Miller (1992), and Italy Miller (1999).
Who Is Cymphonique Miller’s Mother?
Cymphonique Miller’s biological mother name is not known but many of her fans believes she is the daughter of Sonya Miller, Master P’s ex-wife, was Cymphonique Miller’s mother until she turned 18 years old. Multiple rumors claim that the singer’s mother was a side chick of Master P. There is no evidence to support this claim. She is a capable artist in her own right.
Cymphonique Miller Profile
|Real Name||Cymphonique Miller|
|Age||26 years old, in 2023|
|Birthday||1st August, 1996|
|Profession||Singer, Songwriter, Actress|
|Famous For||Daughter of Master P
younger sister of Romeo Miller
For her leading role as Kacey Simon on the
Nickelodeon sitcom How to Rock
|Birthplace||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Ethnicity||Mixed (Filipino and Spanish)|
|Height/ Tall||Feet & Inches: 5'5"
Centimetres: 168 cm
Meters: 1.68 m
|Weight||Kilograms: 58 Kg
Pounds: 127 lbs
|Bra Cup Size||36 A|
|Hair Color||Pink & Black|
|Shoe Size||7 (US)|
|Net Worth||$2 million - $7 million|
|Parents||Father: Percy Robert Miller
Mother: Sonya Miller (Not Confirmed)
|Siblings||Half-Brothers: Vercy Miller (1991),
Romeo Miller (1989),
Hercy Miller (1996),
Mercy Miller (2003),
and Veno Miller
Half-Sisters: Intylyana Miller (1993),
Tytyana Miller (1992), and
Italy Miller (1999)
|School||Local private high school|
|Favorite Actor||Channing Tatum,
Robert Downey Jr.
|Favorite Singers|| Raven-Symoné
|Favorite Color||Blue, Pink, Black|
|Social Media Account|
Cymphonique Miller Career and Net Worth
Cymphonique Miller’s net worth is $3 million – $7 million. Acting, singing and her sponsors with brand are her main source of income. She began in the lead role to the How to Rock. The show only lasted one season. She has guest-starred on Big Time Rush, True Jackson, VP, The Troop and Just Jordan. She sang the theme song of Nickelodeon’s Winx Club revival series and voiced Princess Krystal in the series. She was featured on the Big Time Rush song, “I Know You Know.” She was nominated for “Best Female Hip-Hop Artist” at the BET Awards. She performed the halftime show at the Los Angeles Sparks’ Girl Scouts night at The Staples Center.
She released a mixtape titled Passion in 2013. She appeared on Mad TV, in numerous national commercials, and in public service announcements. Miller also appeared in the film The Demsey Sisters along with Lynn Whitfield and Denyce Lawton in 2013. On YouTube, her music video dubbed Lil Miss Swagger blew released when she was only twelve years old.
Cymphonique Miller Father
Cymphonique Miller’s father, Master P is the founder of the record label No Limit Records, which was relaunched as New No Limit Records. His popularity grew in 1997 after the success of his Platinum single “Make ‘Em Say Uhh!”. In total, Miller has released 15 studio albums. He donated $500,000 to the Catholic elementary school he attended and to two nearby churches, in 1999. In 2010, Miller and his wife, Sonya C. Miller, separated after 21 years of marriage, but Sonya did not file for divorce until 2013. They have seven children together.
Cymphonique Miller Early Life
Cymphonique Miller’s aunt name is Germaine and uncle named, Kevin, and platinum-selling rap artists Corey “C-Murder” and Vyshonne “Silkk the Shocker” Miller. Her father opened a record store in Richmond, California called No Limit Records And Tapes, which later became the foundation for No Limit Records. Her uncle, Kevin Miller was killed in New Orleans.