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BEN MILLER (Soren) most recently starred in the comic adventure "Johnny English” with Rowan Atkinson and John Malkovich, "The Actors,” starring Michael Caine, and "Parole Officer,” with Steve Coogan.

It was while pursuing a PhD in Physics at Cambridge University that British-born Miller met fellow student and comedian Alexander Armstrong, and the rest, as they say, is history. Miller chose to scrap science for comedy, and the pair started playing in town at The Gate Theatre in Notting Hill. After four years of touring pubs and underground comedy clubs, they became regulars on the popular British TV series "Saturday Live” as the Euro-Rock duo "Strijka.” In 1996, they were nominated for The Perrier Comedy Award, and given their first commissioned series, "Armstrong and Miller.” The success of the series gave Miller a springboard from which to work on a string of other on-screen projects. He has since amassed an impressive list of credits including the features "Birthday Girl,” starring Nicole Kidman, "Plunkett & Macleane,” with Jonny Lee Miller and Robert Carlyle, and "There's Only One Jimmy Grimble,” with Ray Winstone and Gina McKee. Miller is also a prolific stage performer and co-founder of Panic Theatre Company in Cambridge.


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