Hakim Rashad McMillan was born and raised in Harlem, New York, singing his little heart out in his church choir. Shy at first he slowly gained confidence in his voice and distinguished himself as a soloist. He had done a few plays growing up, playing the Devil in "The Devil and Daniel Webster" amongst others, but it wasn't until High School that the bug took over. As a Freshman he played Judah in "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat", the first freshman to have a featured role. From there he graduated from Franklin and Marshall college with a B.F.A in theater. To further his craft he is currently working with Mary Boyer and Kim Plumridge of the Mary Boyer Studio as well as taking classes at the Improvisation News Studio Conservatory.
On top of being an artist Hakim is an avid reader of Sci-Fi/Fantasy and African American History. He also has a sick Bowling game. When he was 10 he placed 4th in a city bowling competition, 1 place out from going to compete in a nationwide bowling tournament.