William Miller Rank
About William Miller
William T. Francis Miller, simply known as William Miller, is a British-American actor and singer best known for his roles in Rottweiler (2004), The Midnight Man (2016), and Sagan (2008).
He served as the front man and lead singer of the Spanish rock band known as Deniro for 5 years.
His film credits include Megan Leavey (2016), La Conjura de Eel Escorial (2008), Ruta Madre (Going South 2016), and The Medium (2016).
Miller has featured in numerous television series including Above Suspicion (2012), The 100 (2018), Senora Acero (2018) and Isabel (2012-2013).
He began dating Australian actress Eliza Taylor in April 2018. The couple, however, broke up in December 2018 by mutual agreement.
Miller speaks English, French, Catalan and Castilian fluently, giving him the opportunity to act in various British, Spanish, French, American and Mexican films.
William Miller Rank
William Miller's Popularity
William Miller is a famous British-American actor, who was born on June 8, 1996. As a person born on this date, William Miller is listed in our database as the 83rd most popular celebrity for the day (June 8) and the 468th most popular for the year (1996).
People born on June 8 fall under the Zodiac sign of Gemini, the Twins. William Miller is the 2500th most popular Gemini.
Aside from information specific to William Miller's birthday, William Miller is the 13648th most famous American.
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