Self-deprecating besties, Ciara Miller and Mya Allen met while filming Bravo TV’s hit reality show, Summer House. As the only two black voices in a predominately white space, Ciara and Mya quickly bonded as they found they shared more commonalities than differences.
Filming a reality TV show brings you closer to a person faster than expected. Ciara and Mya found themselves laughing non-stop, crying together, and being slightly co-dependent; so much so, they are often mistaken for biological sisters.
Co-dependent is a weekly podcast that fosters an open, authentic dialogue allowing our followers front row access to all things Ciara and Mya. Showcasing intimate details with behind-the-scenes exposure, Co-dependent displays Ciara and Mya unedited.
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About the Host
Host Name: Ciara Miller and Mya Allen
Host Residence Country: United States
Model-turned-critical care nurse, Ciara Miller has had a dynamic career path. Starting as a model in Atlanta at the age of 16, Ciara worked with brands like Creme of Nature, Macy's, and Belk before ultimately pursuing nursing in college. She graduated with a Bachelor's in Science of Nursing in 2018. Specializing in critical care, Ciara spent several years working with COVID-19 patients.
In 2020, Ciara jumped at the opportunity to film Bravo TV’s reality show “Summer House,” eventually allowing her to be cast in the spinoff series “Winter House.” Ciara is now entering her sixth season of filming with Bravo. This New York City transplant is excited to kick things up a notch with the launch of her new podcast, alongside her
best friend and castmate Mya Allen.
Mya Allen is a Manhattan-based chef, entrepreneur and reality TV star with a passion for all things food. Born in Boston, Mya received a bachelor's degree from Colby College before attending The International Culinary Center, graduating top of her class. She worked in restaurant management for years, gaining further culinary experience at various restaurants in New York City before becoming a freelance personal chef. Mya then founded The Knead during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
Mya made her reality TV debut on Bravo TV’s “Summer House,” sharing her love of food with her housemates and new fans. With her career on the rise, Mya looks forward to continuing to share her love of food and inspire others through her cooking, and her new podcast with bestie, Ciara Miller