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Corey Miller talks Season 4 of ‘LA Ink’

TLC’s “LA Ink” has been on hiatus for almost eight months and castmember Corey Miller has been using his time away from production tocatch up with his loved ones and work on his own L.A.-based business SixFeet Under, a hybrid tattoo parlor and store which sells his artworkand designs.

TLC’s “LA Ink” has been on hiatus for almost eight months and cast member Corey Miller has been using his time away from production to catch up with his loved ones and work on his own L.A.-based business Six Feet Under, a hybrid tattoo parlor and store which sells his artwork and designs.

“I’m really happy to be back home spending time with my family, especially the kids. I bring them to school every morning but I just can’t do that when I’m filming,” Miller says. “Now I’m expanding my own business and attending to my own clients away from the stress of the camera.”

While being a reality TV?star was never an easy job for the reluctant Miller (he famously walked out at the end of the first half of Season 4, a dramatic departure which he says was totally unscripted), he admits that being on the show does have some perks.

“I was a little wary and guarded as I was not sure if I could be myself on TV,”?Miller remembers. “But at the end of the day, my work is being recognized and it is this nationwide recognition that makes it very exciting.”

For more information, visit Miller’s online shop at www.sixfeetunder.com or follow him on twitter at @OGCoreyMiller.

 
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