Mylo Carbia (also known as "The Queen of Horror") is an American screenwriter, film producer and author best known for her work in the horror, thriller and science-fiction genres.
Born and raised in New Jersey, Mylo spent her childhood years writing to escape the horrors of growing up in a haunted house. As the daughter of "The Prince of Mambo" Eddie Carbia and goddaughter of actor Raul Julia, Mylo was surrounded by the entertainment industry at an early age. By the age of 17, she was already well established in the local theater circuit as a prolific young playwright. At the age of 21, Mylo wrote, produced and directed "The Dolly Parton Conspiracy," winner of the Troubadour Theatrical Society's Best Play Award in 1992.
At the age of 30, her very first screenplay was optioned only 28 days after completion, earning Mylo a "three picture deal" with Global Screen Partners and the cover of Hollywood Scriptwriter in October 2003. After that time, Mylo quietly penned numerous television and film projects under her production company Zohar Films, and earned the reputation of being Hollywood’s number one horror film ghostwriter.
Most recently, Mylo ranked seventh on IMDB’s list of the “Top 25 Most Beautiful Women Behind the Camera,” and announced BIG plans to move into the literary world, writing “The Raping of Ava DeSantis” -- the first of a series of five horror novels with strong female protagonists -- due out later this Fall.
Unique traits: Mylo Carbia is known for writing female driven thriller/horror stories with major twist endings.