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JONNY LEE MILLER (Roger Collins) has been recognized for his work in feature films, on television and on the stage. In 2011, Miller starred in the world premiere of "Frankenstein,” a new play based on Mary Shelley's classic story, presented at London's National Theatre under the direction of Danny Boyle. Miller won an Olivier and Evening Standard Awards for his performance in the play, shared with Benedict Cumberbatch with whom he alternated in the roles of Victor Frankenstein and the monster.

Later this year, he stars in Neil Jordan's vampire thriller "Byzantium,” with Gemma Arterton and Saoirse Ronan. He has also been set to star as Sherlock Holmes in the CBS telefilm/pilot "Elementary,” a contemporary take on the famous detective, with Lucy Liu as Watson.

Miller first gained international attention with his performance as the drug-addicted punk Sick Boy in Danny Boyle's drama "Trainspotting,” with Ewan McGregor. He more recently starred in the true-life drama "The Flying Scotsman,” receiving Scottish BAFTA Award and London Film Critics' Circle Award nominations for his portrayal of the innovative but troubled racing cyclist Graeme Obree. His additional film credits include Alan Rudolph's "Afterglow,” Gillies MacKinnon's "Behind the Lines,” "Plunkett & Macleane,” "Mansfield Park,” Woody Allen's "Melinda and Melinda,” and "Æon Flux.” He also starred in the independent film "Endgame,” which screened at film festivals before airing on PBS, earning an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Made for Television Movie.

On television, Miller had a memorable multi-episode arc on Showtime's hit series "Dexter,” and shared in a Screen Actors Guild Award® nomination as a member of the show's 2010 cast. He also starred for two seasons in the title role of the critically acclaimed ABC television series "Eli Stone.” His other television work includes the miniseries "Dead Man's Walk,” based on the Larry McMurtry novel, and such BBC projects as the four-part adaptation of Jane Austen's "Emma,” the miniseries "Canterbury Tales,” and the telefilm "Byron,” in the role of Lord Byron.

Miller made his Broadway debut in 2009 in "After Miss Julie,” opposite Sienna Miller. His recent theatre work also includes the 2005 West End production of "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me.”


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