THEATER ROLE PRODUCTION
"City Lights" Mayor Milford Assembly Theater
"Antshillvania" Mr. Worm Valley View Theater
TELEVISION ROLE PRODUCTION
"BANA: Heart of Darkness" Series Regular Creative Crosswalk
"Dr. Castillo" Series Regular NCFC
"I (Almost) Got Away With It" Guest Star Investigative Discovery
"Buried Tales" Guest Star Burnmill
"Couples" Series Regular Trinity Film Group
David Kagen's School of Film Acting (Meisner), Los Angeles, CA
Second City, Chicago, IL
Rachael Mason & Susan Messing Long Form Improv
Rachael Mason Dramatic Improv with Stage Combat
Future Life Now
Cynthia M. Allen Awareness Through Movement
SCUBA Diving (PADI Rescue Certified)
Snow Skiing (Advanced)
Horseback Riding (Intermediate)
Firearms: Handgun (Semi-Automatic and Revolver), Rifle and Shotgun
Darrell P. Miller was born in Roswell, New Mexico to John P. Miller who is a career Air Force retiree from the coal mining area of Harlan County Kentucky and Lynda Mosier (nee Conant) from Corsicana Texas whose father was a decorated career Army veteran. He began acting at the age of 9, first portraying Abraham Lincoln, in elementary school while living in Hawaii. He later was elected as both the President and Vice-President of his high school senior and junior year drama club while living in Germany.
He later appeared in a theater production of the Grammy award winning musical "Ants'hillvania" as "Mr. Worm". He was cast on the spot due to his unique and original audition of the character.
His break into film came in Last Kind Words (2012) when producer Duane Andersen said he "hit the audition out of the park and they had to have him in the film". He has been working ever since. Over the last 2 years alone he has been cast in 11 productions in both film and television.
Highlights of Mr. Miller's film credits include the The Ides of March (2011) directed by George Clooney, Unbanded (2012) written and directed by Ally Seibert (Chicago Fire (2012)). He can be seen in the leading role of "Sheriff Tom Ramey" in Western World (2017) directed by Lana Read and as "President Johtaja" in the science fiction drama Before the Dark (2017) directed by the award winning Benny Oliveri. He has a recurring role in the television drama Dr. Castillo (2016) directed by award winning Ryan Quinn Adams.
Mr. Miller has trained at Second City (Chicago) with the illustrious Rachael Mason (Head of Advanced Improv) & "Improv Goddess" Susan Messing; in Los Angeles with David Kagen and Emily Nelson of (Code Black (2015)).
Mr. Miller is a well rounded actor who enjoys traveling and brings his world experiences to his characters. He has scuba dived the Red Sea in Egypt, skied the Andes of Chile, trekked in Japan, and visited indigenous people in Indonesia. His wife, Maryann, is of Croatian descent where he visits frequently with his family. When not traveling the world, he can be found enjoying the outdoors with his wife and children in Lake Tahoe, California.
DARRELL P. MILLER
FILM ROLE PRODUCTION/DIRECTOR
"Western World" Lead Garnet Films/Lana Read
"Death Perception" Lead RAAD House/Ryan Adams
"Blur" Lead Garnet Films/Lana Read
"Unbanded" Lead Fatale Films/Ally Seibert
"The Early Patrons" Lead Burnmill Productions/William Miller
"Milkweed" Lead Michael Guarente
"Trapped" Lead Joe Hoerst
"Coffee Shop Blues" Lead Molly McGranahan
"Before the Dark" Supporting Woodlake Pictures/Benny Oliveri
"Shadows on the Wind" Supporting RAAD House/Samantha Laurenti
"A Watched Pot" Supporting Davis Productions/Forrest Davis
"American Dreaming" Supporting Drew Tanner
"Kindred" Supporting Katelyn Summers
"The Seat With The Clearest View" Supporting SCAD/Nick Bow
"Persons of Interest" Supporting Infinitude/Sean Reliford
"Loving Virginia" Supporting Andrew Faul
"Mirage" Supporting Second Sight/Jakob Fudge
"One Missed Call" Supporting Jake Lutz
"Rewind" Supporting Lance Meaux
"The ORB" Supporting Brendan Moellman
"Ember" Supporting Maggie Price
"Last Kind Words" Principal Brainwave/Kevin Barker