Judge Milian
Judge Milian
Celebrated Name: Judge Milian
Real Name/Full Name: Marilyn Milian
Gender: Female
Age: 63 years old
Birth Date: May 1, 1961
Birth Place: Astoria, New York, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.6 m
Weight: 53 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
John Schlesinger (m. 1993)
Children: Yes (Sofia Elena Schlesinger, Alexandra Schlesinger, Cristina Schlesinger)
Profession: Retired judge Florida state circuit court judge
Net Worth in 2024: $20 million
Last Updated: May 2024

Judge Millan is a retired judge Florida state circuit court judge. She currently works as a presiding judge in a television show that was dubbed ‘The People’s Court.’ She holds a record of being the first Latina arbitrator to work in a court show. She has worked on the show for a very long period.

Maybe you know about Judge Milian very well But do you know how old and tall is she and what is her net worth in 2024? If you do not know, We have prepared this article about details of Judge Milian’s short biography-wiki, career, professional life, personal life, today’s net worth, age, height, weight, and more facts. Well, if you’re ready, let’s start.

Early Life

Judge Millan was born in the year 1961on May 1st. Her birth names are Marilyn Milian. She was born in Manhattan. Her parents were Cuban. Her parents are Jorge and Georgina Millan. Her father did work as a general contractor. They migrated from Astoria, Queens to Miami. She was aged eight years. She attended St Brendan High School. She completed her high school education and proceeded to join the University of Miami. Here, she graduated with a psychology degree.

After completing her degree, she did join Georgetown University Law Center. Here, she was able to earn her J.D cum Laude. She did work at Harvard Law School. Here, she did serve as a director in charge of training for the Guatemala project. She did manage the training Guatemalan trial judiciary, defense as well as prosecution bar.

She got married to John Schlesinger, who is a retired US attorney. They reside in Coral Gables in Florida. They have been blessed with three children, Alexandra, Sofia, and Christina. She often moves to Stamford, Connecticut for three days. She has been able to support very many charitable organizations. She has been campaigning against domestic violence. She has also been an MC for many events.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on May 1, 1961, Judge Milian is 63 years old as of today’s date 18th May 2024. Her height is 1.6 m tall, and her weight is 53 kg.


Judge Millan began her career as an assistant state attorney for the Dade County State Attorney’s office. She received the appointment from Janet Reno. In the year 199, she received a nomination from the then Florida governor Jeb Bush to the Miami Circuit Court. Here, she did serve in the criminal department. Before being appointed to that position, she did the wok in the Miami County Court in the Domestic Violence Court, Criminal and Civil Divisions.

In the year 2001, she was the replacement of Jerry Sheindlin in the position of a judge at The People’s Court. She also works as a faculty member of the University of Miami School of law. She currently works as the presiding judge in a televised show that is usually dubbed ‘The People’s Court.’ She is now the longest-serving arbitrator in the show. She also gives talks and lectures to different groups.

Awards and Achievements

Judge Millan has had a very successful career as a lawyer, judge and a host of the show ‘The People’s Court.’ She has won various awards. Among the awards that she has been able to win includes Daytime Emmy Outstanding Legal/ Courtroom Program for the ‘The People’s Court.’ She has set a record of being the first Latin woman to be able to host her television show.

Net Worth & Salary of Judge Milian in 2024

Judge Milian Net Worth 2019As of May 2024, Judge Millan has a net worth of over $20 million. This wealth has been generated from her career as a lawyer as well as working as a judge. Her show has helped her to create a good amount of wealth. The show ‘The People’s Court’ has helped her to earn a good fortune. She also works as a lecturer at the University of Miami, and she is paid well to be a host of various shows.

Judge Millan is a renowned scholar in law. She has stood out for the various choices and decisions that she has been able to make. She has been able to practice what she teaches, and she has never compromised her values. This is something to be admired.


  1. I absolutely LOVE your show! I’ve been watching since the beginning when Judge Wapner took the bench in 1981. Then you come along and took the Peoples Court to another level! You give such great advice as you’re presiding over the cases which I have incorporated into my life. For example
    “Say It, Forget It, Write it Regret It” and “Get a crayon and a piece of toilet paper to write it down” especially pertains to contracts and IOU’s.
    I recently had the opportunity to be an audience member this year at the end of January. Unfortunately, I had to leave early to catch the ferry out of Bridgeport in order to get back to Long Island. I am so disappointed that I was unable to actually meet you as I admire you and what you have done for your viewers.
    I record all of the episodes and get a chance to watch them on the next day or so. There have been really out there litigants on the show and I see that you really get a kick out of some of them. At times, I can’t believe what comes out of their mouths! Common sense sometimes is
    nonexistent, litigants come with nothing-no evidence, and they can’t wait until the cash register rings ca-ching!
    I am a retired teacher-second year out and now have to go back to work substituting as my daughter in going to Physicians Assistant school at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY. I cannot defer her undergraduate loan so I need to make money to cover her loan to the tune of $952.75 a month. Her twin brother also has undergraduate loans. I can give him about $100 toward his monthly payment of $698.54. He’s working at BJ’s and needs to get a job using his four year degree. I’ve learned that a mother’s sacrifices for her children never ends-and they’re going to be 25 years old on Saturday!
    I wanted to leave a reply because I admire you and hold you in such high regard. I thought you would like to know that from one of your loyal fans of “The People’s Court”

  2. I have enjoyed you show for many years. Wish there was some way to meet you in person, but on Social Security, no chance. So I just enjoy your shows instead.I like the fact that you have morals, and stick to them. I truly believe in the quote ”He that complies against his will, is of his own opinion still.” It’s amazing how many people seem to think that as long as they’re not caught, it’s ok.Then try to cover their behinds when they’re caught, and lie through their teeth, believing they’re in the right because they want the extra money, or don’t want to pay heir insurance, so it can’t be their fault. It’s sad really, that so few people believe in honesty any longer. I’ll be watching your show till it’s pulled ( not that that’s very likely) take care and keep safe! Katrina

  3. I have been watching your show for years and enjoy it very much. My children and I traveled to NYC to see a taping many years ago. My daughter wanted to be an attorney and you are a great role model. We had a fun day at he People’s Court!
    Now with your husband on, I love the show it even more. Nice to listen to your perspectives on the cases and get a glimpse into your personal life.
    All the best,
    Fan from New York

  4. I was sad to find out that you were cancelled on Friday July 21st! I will never see a new show again! very upsetting to me. may you & John find happiness in your new adventure of your life! sad indeed. I’ve been watching for 20 years!


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