Ursula Miller Joyner, born in Eudora Arkansas the youngest of 14 siblings and the daughter of Rev L. D. Miller and Emma Lee Miller. The family relocated to Kansas City Kansas when she was 2 years old. Ursula, became a mom at a very young age but didn't let that stop her from getting her GED and attending KCK Community College.
She realized that she could only do so much in Kansas, so she packed up and moved her kids to Hollywood California where she pursued her career in acting. She joined the Screen Actor's Guild in 1997 and continues to be an active member of the Guild, serving on several committees. Ursula has taken on many new responsibilities and challenges, she served 1 1/2 years on the Federal Grand Jury in Los Angeles.
She also managed and ran the world's famous Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood California. She managed Sephora (Hollywood & Highland) and Mel's Drive-In (West Hollywood) where she rubbed elbows with Hollywood's elite. She performed live on stage with Coolio during a New Year's Eve event. She is very well known and respected in the industry with such celebrities as Stevie Wonder, Jermaine Jackson, David Spade, Avant and Quentin Tarentino to name a few.
She attended Los Angeles City College majoring in film and television productions. With this knowledge, she opened up her own film and television production studio in her hometown called "No Budget Studio" with several film sets available to film makers and music artists to shoot their projects.
She created and hosted her own talk radio show "Straight From The Horse's Mouth" where she interviewed Hollywood's biggest A-list celebrities. Her show was voted the number one show on Adrenaline Radio. She took her show on the red carpet to interview celebrities at different award shows and events. Ursula wears many hats currently in the entertainment industry.