Making It Well, you really know that you’ve made it in Hollywood when you’re turned into a Joke on Seth MacFarlane’s hit adult animated show, “Family Guy.”
In an episode titled “A House Full of Peters,” the main character (named Peter) asks his wife how he’d be able to “find out the name of the actual actress who plays the AT&T girl.” His wife responds that she left the list of hot commercial girls on the refrigerator for him. They don’t actually have to say her name because we all know who they’re referring to: made it!
Milana is just as talented behind the camera as she is on screen, but she takes on both roles, as actress and director, in the YouTube series, "Let’s Talk About Something More Interesting."
She launched the series with a friend in 2011 and had a number of guests on the show to talk about various things that could fuel comedic bits. She took on a variety of different parts in the span of 15 episodes of hilarity.
Guest Star Matt Damon
When Milana directed her YouTube series, "Let’s Talk About Something More Interesting," she played various roles, along with her friend, Stevie Nelson. The two would have guest stars that they’d interview and talk to about different subjects.
Of course, the actress never misses a chance to use her platforms to draw attention to world issues and used this opportunity to discuss the water crisis with Matt Damon – in a way that both made viewers aware and made them laugh.
On TV With Dad
Believe it or not, Milana actually made an appearance on television several years before scoring her first real acting gig in commercials. She appeared on TV with her father when they were on their way to the U.S.
On the trip, they made a number of stops, including in Italy, where they were awaiting final approval on their visas to continue to the States. At this point, she was already able to speak multiple languages, which she demonstrates by telling the interviewer that they were going to America.
Aside from being known for her work with AT&T, she’s done a number of voice-acting roles, the first of which was in 2005 in an episode of "Robot Chicken," where she played Helen Henny.
A few years later, she voiced Anya on "Immigrants." And then, of course, she played the voice of Marvel’s Squirrel Girl for several years in various TV shows and films. At one point, she even voiced her role as Lily when she played an animated version of herself.