Ludmilla Muse

Ludmilla Muse was born in the “Windy City,” Chicago, Illinois to native Haitian parents. With the last name ‘Muse’, it is only fitting that Ludmilla is a muse in every sense of the word. Beyond her clever business skills and charming personality, Ludmilla encompasses many talents. She is an actress, artist, author, radio/TV personality, and the list continues, as she is also a beloved mother to her darling son Mecca. In front of the camera, on the stage, or behind a mic, Ludmilla developed a love for performing at an early age. Writing and performing plays for her friends and family fueled a spark within her already vibrant spirit, to pursue a career in entertainment on many levels. Ludmilla attended John Robert Powers School for actors in Chicago, IL for a short period of time. Although she holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Ludmilla’s natural love for the arts inspire her to fulfill her calling in entertainment. In 2007, Ludmilla Muse produced and coordinated the SOL film festival in Houston, TX, in hopes to motivate struggling local writers and filmmakers, to continue to strive for their own happiness. Later that year, Ludmilla was hired as a Radio Personality for one of Houston, TX most beloved Caribbean radio shows, Pure Vybz Radio 90.1 FM KPFT. In Spring of 2008, she was casted for Caribbean Vybez TV and Brother 2 Brother, two Talk Shows as a Host and Remote Locations Host. Both programs aired in Europe and Central America to over 10 million households and subscribers. Caribbean Vybez TV aired on cable in Houston, TX to over 600,000 households from 2008 through 2012. Light it Up was Ludmilla’s introduction into feature films and television. She was cast in 2008, for the movie Rent a Car where she plays herself as a radio host. Her vocal talents are displayed on thesoundtrack of the movie with the single “I Fell In Love With The DJ.” In 2008, Ludmilla created and produced a web series called The Spot TV where she showcased her individual art talents and that of local and international recording artists. The show originally debuted on Kyte TV with viewers amounting over 100,000 within the first week. She taught herself how to edit videos as she wanted to have creative control of her projects. In doing so, Ludmilla has gained clients such as Professor Griff of Public Enemy. In 2017, Ludmilla was cast on AfroVibes Radio Houston as a radio host with the number one show on the platform. In 2020, Ludmilla released two pop singles, Blessing and For My Homies in which she produced, animated and edited her first music video for the latter of the singles. Ludmilla has interviewed Reggae and Soca artists from Wayne Wonder, Ky-mani Marley, Damian Marley, Freddie McGregor, Elephant Man, Bennie Man, Lady Saw, Tanya Mullings, Machel Montano, and many more for both television and radio. Being a remote host has given her opportunities to interview on a broader scale with the likes of Congresswoman Sheila Jackson-Lee, Hip Hop mogul Russell Simmons, Hip Hop artist Nas, Treach (Naughty By Nature), Dwyane Wade and much more. Ludmilla’s son Mecca inspired and motivated Ms. Muse to write and publish her first children’s book entitled My Day at the Park. This book was an expression of the love she has for family and friends, as well as her philanthropic spirit to help children. Her dream is to develop an after-school program for underprivileged kids, providing better options for the youth. Ludmilla’s spiritual and well- grounded individuality has supported her in life, giving her appreciation for life’s troubles as well as its blessings. Life is not always easy, but Ludmilla stands by the statement of her birthday of March 4th: “No matter what happens in life, March Forth!” Fund this creator's next project: 5G Album & Anthology Musical Film on kweliFUND.