gary millerDenver, CO. US

PERFORMANCE CATEGORIES

On-Camera, Print, Promotional, Voiceover

WORK HISTORY

Commercial, Film, Industrial, Internet, Music Video, Television, Voice Over

GUILD AFFILIATIONS

Non-Union

PHYSICAL ATTRIBUTES

Gender: Male
Physique: athletic
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 180
Hair Color: Blonde
Hair Length: Short
Eye Color: Blue
Age Range: 21 - 31
Ethnicity: Caucasian

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ACCENTS: American Southern, American Texan, Boston, British, Canadian, Cockney, German, Irish, Italian, New Jersey, New York, Russian, Scandinavian, Scottish
ATHLETICS: Baseball, Basketball, Boxing, Football, Running, Weight Lifting, Wrestling
PERFORMANCE: Comedy, Hosting, Impressions, Improv, Puppetry

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School Name Location Type Instructor Year
Augustana College-IL Rock Island, IL Bachelor of Fine Arts Rebecca Wee, Jeff Coussens, Dr. Jennifer Popple 2015
Double Major in English-Creative Writing and Theater. during time at Augustana College was member of sketch group performing in quad cities, playwright for college main stage plays, and helped institute film program at alma mater.
Atlantic Acting School New York, NY, USA Movement Renee Redding-Jones 0
The Laban/Bartenieff principles are used to explore, describe and analyze movement to promote physical clarity and specificity. The class is designed to develop body awareness, strength, flexibility, and to coach actors toward becoming more physically centered for ease and efficiency in movement. By the year’s end, movement exercises are applied to and explored in scene work.
Atlantic Acting School New York, NY, USA Practical Aesthetics (Script Analysis) Anya Saffir, Mike Piazza 0
Students work on scenes of increasing length and difficulty in order to learn the steps of analysis and develop their stagecraft. Emphasis is placed on finding clear, compelling objectives, playing those objectives truthfully and learning how to stage scenes effectively. Great attention is paid to developing professionalism, maturity and ensemble spirit in the class groups.
Atlantic Acting School New York, NY, USA Performance Technique Cynthia Silver 0
The is to provide students with a set of physical habits that complement those learned in Script Analysis. The actors learn how to implement an analysis through improvisation-based exercises and scene work. The focus is on how to simplify acting and find the parallels between behavior in real life and behavior on the stage, bringing together skills learned in Moment Lab with those learned in Script Analysis.
Atlantic Acting School New York, NY, USA Improv Josh Lewis 0
Focuses on applying comedic timing while connecting this task to the thorough analysis process and performance technique work. By end of course, students will come to understanding foundational elements of behavioral and scenic improvisation, such that could be used to create new work either for an audience or for script development.
Atlantic Acting School New York, NY, USA Moment Lab (Meisner) Jaquelyn Landgraf 0
The lab encourages the honest and specific connection to another actor in each and every moment of performance. Using Sanford Meisner’s Repetition exercise as a touchstone to practice heightened moment work, and drawing on ideas and philosophies from various performance aesthetics, actors will focus on the concept of “radical presence” in their acting via a range of exercises, etudes, improvisations, and short scenes.
Atlantic Acting School New York, NY, USA Voice Francine Zerfas 0
An introduction to the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) with an intense concentration on ‘good speech’ as per the teachings of Edith Skinner. Students’ speech patterns are dealt with through diagnostic recordings. The importance of IPA fluency is stressed as a practical tool for ‘scoring’ classical text and dialect challenges.
Atlantic Acting School New York, NY, USA Speech Charlie Layton 0
An introduction to the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) with an intense concentration on ‘good speech’ as per the teachings of Edith Skinner. Students’ speech patterns are dealt with through diagnostic recordings. The importance of IPA fluency is stressed as a practical tool for ‘scoring’ classical text and dialect challenges.
Atlantic Acting School New York, NY, USA Voice Francine Zerfas 0
Focuses on creating a strong, flexible instrument to support active choices by employing Chuck Jones’ methodology. Various exercises strengthen and tone the muscles involved in making sound, release excess tension and focus concentration. The class also addresses issues regarding vocal health and the care and maintenance of the professional voice.
Benjiy Dobrin Studios Denver, CO, USA Acting Benjiu Dobrin 0
Sporadic attendance of classes in between film roles and other projects to supplement performances and stay sharp.
Benjy Dobrin Studios Denver, CO, USA Acting Benjy Dobrin 0
Sporadic attendance of classes in between film roles and other projects to supplement performances and stay sharp.
CITI Company New York, NY, USA Suzuki Kelly Maurer 0
The Suzuki Method is a rigorous physical and vocal discipline for actors created by Tadashi Suzuki and his company. Drawing on a unique combination of traditional and innovative forms, the training strives to restore the wholeness of the body as a tool for theatrical expression.
CITI Company New York, NY, USA Viewpoints Kelly Maurer 0
The Viewpoints training is a technique of improvisation that was born out of the Post Modern dance era. In the Viewpoints training, actors explore elements of Time and Space, such as, tempo, repetition, gesture, shape, floor pattern and kinesthetic awareness. This exploration helps the actor to gain physical expressivity and to learn to build work as an ensemble. The Viewpoints training develops in an actor strength in movement, full body listening and the ability to follow a physical impu
Second City Theater Chicago, IL Improv/Sketch Various Faculty 0
Under The Gun Chicago, IL Improv Intensive Kevin Mullaney 0
Plethora of different styles taught and various improv disciplines.

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Event Name Award Year
SISFA Best Actor (Nomination) 2020
BEST ACTOR NOMINATION (THE RUNS) *Festival Postponed due to COVID-19*
Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Best Actor (Nomination) 2019
Best Actor Nomination for "The Runs" by Adam Rosenberg
Boulder International Fringe Festival Unsung Hero Award 2019
Performed 1 hour long one man show called, "Problem" that ran for a week. http://www.boulderfringe.com/
CrossTown Comedy Fest Performer 2016
Selected to Perform at inaugural comedy festival in New York pitting comedians from across the country against each other.
Last Comic Standing-Augustana College-IL Winner 2015
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Last Comic Standing-Augustana College-IL Winner 2014