A Los Angeles native, Miller is the co-creator and executive producer (with M.A. Fortin) of the new series "Queen Of The South," an adaptation of Arturo Perez-Reverte’s novel for USA Network, starring Alice Braga. It will premiere in 2016. Recently they wrote the critically acclaimed film "The Final Girls" (Sony Worldwide & Groundswell Productions, prod. Michael London). Upcoming films include an untitled project for 20th Century Fox and director Paul Feig ("Bridesmaids," "The Heat") and two for Warner Brothers: "The Stand-In" (Robert Downey Jr. starring, Bill Gerber & Susan Downey, prods) and Silver (Bill Gerber, prod). Last year they scripted the short subject Dawn (dir. Rose McGowan) which was selected for competition at the Sundance Film Festival 2014 and Sundance UK.
Miller completed his MFA in creative writing at The Iowa Writer's Workshop at the University of Iowa, where he was awarded the Capote Fellowship and chosen for The Houghton-Mifflin Fellowship Award. "Meet The Author," Miller's upcoming second novel, began as his MFA thesis at the Writer's Workshop. Miller's first novel "The Mao Game" was published to much acclaim when he was 21 years old and an undergraduate at Yale. Miller has also written articles for Harper's Bazaar, Playboy, and Esquire.
Prior to his writing work, Miller acted in over twenty films and received critical acclaim for his performances in such cult classics such as "River’s Edge" and Kathryn Bigelow’s "Near Dark."