Joel McKinnon Miller
A native of Minnesota, Joel McKinnon Miller began to act in high school and then went on to study opera and theatre at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. After college, Joel was invited to join John Houseman’s The Acting Company, a classical theatre touring company based in New York City.
For three years, he toured the U.S. performing in plays which included Much Ado About Nothing, As You Like It, A New Way to Pay Old Debts and the world premiere of Orchards, a collection of seven Chekhov short stories adapted into one-act plays.
After touring, he continued to work off-Broadway at Joseph Papp’s Public Theatre, Classical Stage Company, Theatre for a New Audience and in regional theatres which included the Hartford Stage Company and the Folger Shakespeare Theatre in Washington D.C.
After moving to Los Angeles in 1991, Joel made his television debut as a guest star on the #1- rated show of that time, Murphy Brown. He has numerous television and film appearances to his credit, including – Everybody Loves Raymond, Cold Case, American Horror Story, Workaholics, Bones. Features – The Truman Show, Friday After Next, The Family Man as well as Super 8, directed by J.J. Abrams.
Joel brought Prince Derek’s sidekick Bromley to life with his fun expose of Bromley’s typical cowardice.