MILES TELLER (Reed Richards) had the distinct honor and
privilege of making his feature screen debut opposite Nicole Kidman in the film
based on the Pulitzer Prize- winning play "Rabbit Hole." In this tragic family
drama, directed by John Cameron
Mitchell, Teller played Jason Willette, a bit of a loner teen who escapes
into a world of comic books and science fiction.
Teller was born in Downingtown, Pennsylvania and at the age of 11 moved to
Citrus County, FL.
In 2010, Teller was cast in Paramount's film "Footloose", released in October
2011. He was also seen in Todd Phillips "Project X" that year.
In 2013, he starred in "20 & Over," written and directed by Jon Lucas and
Moore. That year, he began reaching critical success after starring in the James
Ponsoldt film, "The Spectacular Now," for which he won the Dramatic Special Jury
Award for Acting at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, with co-star Shailene
In 2014, Teller co-starred in the comedy "That Awkward Moment," alongside Zac
Efron and Michael B. Jordan, appeared in the science fiction film "Divergent"
opposite Shailene Woodley and starred in Sony Pictures Classics' critically
acclaimed drama "Whiplash," which received the Grand Jury Prize and Audience
Award at Sundance and the Deauville Film Festival and also landed Teller a Best
Actor nomination for the 2014 Gotham Awards.
Teller stars in the upcoming Martin Scorsese produced film "Bleed For This,"
which reunited him with his "Rabbit Hole" costar, Aaron Eckhart. The film tells
the inspirational true story of World Champion
Boxer Vinny Pazienza, who after a near fatal car crash left him not knowing
if he'd ever walk again, made one of sports most incredible comebacks.
Up next for Miles is "Allegiant," part of the "Insurgent" film trilogy. He
recently filmed Warner Bros.' "Arms & the Dudes," starring alongside Jonah
Hill,with Todd Phillips directing.
Teller now makes his home in Los Angeles.