Who is Inty Miller?

Inty Miller is an American actress and rapper, but is probably best known to the world as the daughter of American rapper and record producer Master P.

Inty Miller Wiki: Real Name, Age, Childhood, and Education

Born as Intylyana Miller on 25 February 1993, in New Orleans, Louisiana USA, She is the daughter of Master P, real name Percy Robert Miller Sr., and Sonya C. Miller, an American producer, and director. Her parents, high school sweethearts, were married from 1989 until 2014, and during marriage welcomed nine children.

Inty grew up in New Orleans and went to Calabasas High School; there’s no information about her taking any further studies.

Siblings

Inty is the fifth child of the popular couple – several of her brothers and sisters are involved in the entertainment world as musicians and actors.

The oldest child of Master P and Sonya is Percy Romeo Miller, who was born on 19 August 1989. Romeo is a musician just like his father, and so far has released four studio albums, including the eponymous debut “Lil ‘Romeo” (2001), which achieved gold status and spawned the platinum hit “My Baby”, then “Game Time” (2002), “Romeoland” (2004), and “Hidden Treasure” (2019).

Romeo is also an actor, having played Benny in the film “Honey” (2003), then Jake in the film “Madea’s Witness Protection” (2012), and Marcus Taylor-Jones in the film “American Fright Fest” (2018), among other appearances.

Vercy Miller, also known as Young V was born on 26 July 1991 and is a member of the rap group Rich Boyz.

Firstborn daughter is Tytyana Miller, born on 15 June 1992, and in contrast to other Miller children, Tytyana isn’t fond of fame and fortune, and reportedly left home when she found out that her parents were divorcing. She isn’t active on social media, and doesn’t like people talking about her.

Cymphonique Miller was born on 1 August 1996, and is now an acclaimed actress and singer. Her most popular roles have been as Kacey Simon in the TV series “How to Rock” (2012), then as Trish in the film “I Got the Hook Up 2” (2019). She’s also known as the voice of Krystal in the animated series “Winx Club”, and her music career has spawned such hits as “Lil Miss Swagger”, “Nobody Like You”, and “It’s My Party”, among others.

Other siblings include Henry, Mercy, Veno Miller, and Itali Miller, but so far, they haven’t entered the world of entertainment, or have had little to no success.

Inty Miller Career

Inty is a recognized musician and actress. She first forayed into music in 2017 with the singles “That Real Love”, followed by “You Know I See You”, and “For Better or Worse”, while in 2019, Inty released the single “Whatever It Takes”.

Unfortunately, she didn’t have much success as a musician, as all singles failed to achieve much-anticipated popularity.

Inty then turned to acting, and in 2019 made her debut as Makala in the film “I Got the Hook Up 2” (2019), alongside her sister Cymphonique, but since then hasn’t featured in any further projects.

Net Worth

As of early 2022, Inty Miller’s net worth has been estimated to be around $500,000, earned through her involvement in the film and music industries.

Personal Life, Dating, Boyfriend, Single?

When it comes to her personal life, Inty hasn’t talked very much about it. She’s a very private person, and information about her dating life is obscure at best. Inty has been rumored to have dated a mysterious rapper, but nothing has been confirmed so far by her.

Inty Miller’s Father, Master P Biography

Percy Robert Miller Sr. was born on 29 April 1967, in New Orleans, Louisiana USA. The oldest of five children, he grew up in the Calliope Projects and went to Booker T. Washington High School, then Warren Easton High School, where he played basketball which earned him an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Houston.

However, after just a few months into his freshman year, he transferred to Merritt College in Oakland, California, where he majored in business administration.

He inherited $10,000 from his grandfather, which he then used to start the record store No Limit Records, in Richmond, California, which later also became the record label.

His debut studio album “Get Away Clean” came out on 12 February 1991, but failed to garner any attention. However, he continued to make new music and in 1992 he released his second album “Mama’s Bad Boy”.

He struggled in the early ‘90s as a solo act, but his rap group TRU was making big progress, especially with the album “True” (1995), which reached No. 25 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and the single “I’m Bout’ It, Bout It”, became one of his best-known songs.

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His fifth album “Ice Cream Man” (1996) became his first commercial and critical success, as it reached No. 26 on the US Billboard 200 chart, and No. 3 on the US R&B chart. Moreover, the album spawned hits “Mr. Ice Cream Man” and “No More Tears”.

Master P’s career continued in the right direction in the second half of the ‘90s and into the early 2000s, with albums such as “Ghetto D” (1997), which was his first No. 1 album and which achieved triple platinum status, then “MP da Last Don” (1998), the second No. 1 album, and his most successful album with four times platinum certification.

Before the end of the ‘90s his album “Only God Can Judge Me” (1999), reached No. 2 on US Billboard 200 chart.

From the mid- 2000s, Master P’s career declined and his new albums failed to achieve the prominence of his previous releases. He now has 14 studio albums, his latest being “Empire, from the Hood to Hollywood” (2015), plus in 2017 he released the EP “Intelligent Hoodlum”.

Master P is an actor as well, and some of his popular appearances include as Black in the film “I Got the Hook Up” (1998), then as Julius Armas in the film “Hollywood Homicide” (2003), and he’s now working on several projects, including films “King of the South” and “Angola 1,2 & 3”, both of which are currently in pre-production and awaiting a release date.

He has invested in many industries over the course of his career, and as of early 2022, Master P’s net worth has been estimated at over $200 million, which makes him one of the wealthiest figures in the American hip hop scene.

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