Joshua John Miller

Born Dec 26, 1974

Joshua John Miller is an American actor, writer, screenwriter, novelist, and filmmaker. As a child actor, Miller was best known for his role as Homer, the pre-teen vampire in the film Near Dark, Richtie Miller, the annoying brother in Teen Witch, and his gripping role as Tim in River's Edge. Also known for his guest starring roles in numerous 1980's and 1990s television series like Family Ties, Highway To Heaven, Growing Pains, 21 Jump Street, and The Wonder Years.… Read More

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1974 Birth Born on December 26, 1974.


1997 22 Years Old Miller attended Yale University and Antioch University, and studied creative writing at the University of California, Los Angeles. In 1997, he published a pseudo-autobiographical novel called The Mao Game about a fifteen-year-old child star attempting to cope with heroin addiction, memories of past sexual abuse, and the impending death of his grandmother, who has been diagnosed with cancer. … Read More
2003 28 Years Old In December 2003, he completed his MFA in creative writing at the University of Iowa. … Read More


2013 38 Years Old Miller is openly gay and, as of 2013, is in a relationship with fellow screenwriter M.A. Fortin. … Read More


2015 40 Years Old …  Miller co-writes with his life partner M.A. Fortin; the two wrote the screenplay for the 2015 horror comedy The Final Girls, and the USA Network drama series Queen of the South. … Read More
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