Department of Drama
Assistant Professor, Acting
Thom Miller recently played Bobby in 'Company' at Writers Theatre in Chicago to critical acclaim in the Wall Street Journal and the Chicago Tribune, among others.
Some regional credits include: Reasons To Be Pretty (Studio Theatre); The Last Five Years (Denver Center for the Performing Arts); Love’s Labour’s Lost and Richard II (Illinois Shakespeare Festival); Hair (Prince Music Theater); Macbeth and Cymbeline (Texas Shakespeare Festival); Mad Love, Boeing Boeing, Deathtrap, and Dancing at Lughnasa (Northern Stage); and The Music Man and Picasso at the Lapin Agile (New London Barn Playhouse). Off-Broadway: Camp Wanatachi (La Mama), Mental: The Musical (Cherry Lane), and Only A Lad (NY Fringe).
Miller received a B.F.A. in acting from North Carolina School of the Arts and an M.F.A. in acting from the University of Illinois, where he also received the award for Departmental Distinction. A proud member of AEA and SAG/AFTRA, he has acted in independent films, regional commercials, and skits on the David Letterman Show as well as receiving the New Hampshire Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actor.