Mary Millben, Award-winning American and Hollywood Singer/Actress

Mary Millben, Award-winning American and Hollywood Singer/Actress

American and Hollywood Singer/Actress Mary Millben is a story of the American dream, and a brand rooted in God, American patriotism, and love of country. A daughter of Pentecostal ministers alongside a global symbol for faith, freedom and unity. A unique career that began as a White House presidential appointee to President George W. Bush paved the way for Mary now recognized as one of the world’s celebrated voices in music. Coined as America’s “National Anthem Singer” across America, Mary has performed the National Anthem and patriotic music for three consecutive U.S. Presidents – President George W. Bush, President Barack Obama, and President Donald Trump, international royalty, and world leaders. Mary has been featured at the 58th Presidential Inauguration Victory Celebration for President Trump, The White House, the United States Congress, the 2022 CPAC Convention, 2020 Republican National Convention, for the National Football League (NFL), National Basketball Association (NBA), Major League Baseball (MLB), 2016 RIO Olympics, off-Broadway, in India, China, Europe, Canada, Africa, and in concert halls worldwide.

Mary is formally recognized as a U.S. State Department cultural envoy and regarded as a cultural ambassador across the world for her effective leadership in cultural diplomacy, interfaith dialogue, and advocacy for global inclusion. Mary’s artistic career has a very intimate perspective and inside relationship with American politics and Washington, D.C., blessed with bipartisan support from the U.S. Senate and U.S. House leadership. Most of all, Mary is a singer who will make you love your country again. Her rousing arrangements of
America’s patriotic music and international anthems evoke emotional response and stir patriotism universally. Mary is a small-town girl from the Midwest who made her way standing on a platform singing for U.S. Presidents and world leaders, in order to be a part of discussions to help change the world. And by changing the world, that includes using her voice and platform to encourage love of country, promote unity, and always honor those who have sacrificed, and continue to sacrifice their lives for freedom.

Mary is devoted to using her voice and platform to share God’s love to hearts and lands globally. Mary was named to Ideagen’s 2020 Power 10 List – 10 Global Leaders Empowering Women & Girls alongside Oscar/Emmy/Tony Award Winning Actress Viola Davis; Melinda Gates – Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Co-Chair; Kate Johnson – Microsoft US President; Adena Friedman – CEO of Nasdaq; Jo Ann Jenkins – CEO of AARP, and more. Mary is a passionate and devoted advocate for women and girls across the world. February 2020, Notefornote Entertainment released Mary’s debut single “Grace Will Lead Me Home” on THE MEANEST MAN IN TEXAS original motion picture soundtrack now on all leading digital platforms globally and received Academy Award/Oscar eligibility. Produced with 2018 Songwriter Hall of Fame Inductee, three-time Grammy/six-time Emmy nominee Steve Dorff and lyrics by two-time Emmy Award winner and four-time Grammy nominated songwriter Maribeth Derry. “Grace Will Lead Me Home” was written for THE MEANEST MAN IN TEXAS, now available on Amazon Prime Video. Mary made her New York debut at the Westchester Broadway Theatre starring in Ray Roderick’s Gershwin musical ‘S Wonderful. June 2019, Mary starred in the world premiere of Tazewell Thompson’s play Jubilee at Arena Stage in Washington, D.C. In addition, Mary starred in Arena

Stage’s premieres of Sophisticated Ladies and Crowns, for which she received a Helen Hayes Award nomination. Mary has headlined solo concerts at popular New York venues including The Copacabana, Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater, The City Winery, The Cutting Room, and featured at the Iridium. A global ambassador for Education Africa, Mary is a noted advocate for the ideals of freedom and free enterprise, creating opportunity for marginalized communities, small business, children, arts education and school choice, and the empowerment of women and girls across the world. Mary earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Oklahoma’s prestigious Weitzenhoffer Department of Musical Theatre, a minor in political science, and completed studies and fluency in Mandarin in China – Xian University, Kunming University, Peking University, and Fudan University.