Joel McKinnon Miller Net Worth

Joel McKinnon Miller was born, is Actor, Soundtrack. A native of Minnesota, Joel McKinnon Miller had his first experiences as an actor in high school.He 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 The Skin of Our Teeth, 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 by American playwrights John Guare, Spalding Gray, David Mamet, Michael Weller, Wendy Wasserstein, Samm-Art Williams and Cuban playwright Maria Irene Fornes. 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.Joel moved to Los Angeles in 1991 and made his television debut on (the #1 rated show at 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.In December 2010, Joel completed filming his fifth and final season on the HBO series Big Love.Currently he can be seen playing the role of Detective"Scully" on the hit FOX comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
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Who is it? Actor, Soundtrack
Birth Place American

💰 Net worth: $1.6 Million

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Biography/Timeline

1980

Miller, a native of Rockford, Minnesota, took opera singing lessons as a youth and later attended the University of Minnesota Duluth where he studied theatre. He dropped out in 1980, a few credits short of graduating, but returned to his alma mater to finish his degree in 2007.

1991

Prior to Big Love his main role on television was as Lyle Nubbin in three episodes of Las Vegas. Since 1991 he has also appeared in episodes of several American television series, including Cold Case, Murphy Brown, The Commish, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Pacific Blue, Dharma & Greg, The X Files, ER, Malcolm in the Middle, Roswell, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Deadwood, Six Feet Under, Desperate Housewives, Boston Legal, The Closer, and Everybody Loves Raymond (in which he portrayed George, the custodian, in the episode The Faux Pas).

2003

His biggest role in a film is in the 2003 award-winning television film Secret Santa. He also played supporting characters in The Truman Show, Galaxy Quest, Rush Hour 2 and Men in Black II, and supplied the voice of Bromley in the animated feature The Swan Princess. Miller currently appears as a cast member on Brooklyn Nine-Nine as Detective Norman Scully.