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In 1998, she returned to the big screen in the comedy “Jane Austen's Mafia,” which was directed and co-written by Jim Abrahams and starred Jay Mohr, Lloyd Bridges, Olympia Dukakis and Christina Applegate.
She was next featured as a killer in the Italian film “Svitati” (“Screw Loose,” 1999), which was directed by Ezio Greggio.
In 2001, Milos had the recurring role of Paulie on the ABC series “Thieves,” which starred John Stamos and Melissa George, appeared with William Baldwin, Jon Seda, Elizabeth Mitchell, Adam Baldwin and Byron Minns in the independent film “Double Bang,” which premiered on HBO on August 17, 2001, and costarred with Jean-Claude Van Damme and Charlton Heston in “The Order,” an action film from director Sheldon Lettich.
Milos then starred opposite Jason Isaacs in the romantic comedy film “Passionada,” where she played a singer named Celia Amonte. In the film “The Cross” (2002), which was directed and co-written by Gino Cabanas, who also starred in the film as Paul, she played Boss.
After the move, she began taking acting classes at the Beverly Hills Playhouse under the guidance of Milton Katselas. She enjoys cooking, painting, reading, making photo collages and spiritual study.