Warner Miller

Warner Miller previously appeared in the Huntington's production of Fences (2009). He also appeared in The Old Globe’s premiere of Since Africa. His credits include August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Syracuse Stage), The Piano Lesson (Geva Theatre and Indiana Repertory Theatre), False Creeds (Alliance Theatre), A Raisin in the Sun (Hartford Stage), The Ballad of Emmett Till (Eugene O’Neill Center), and A Soldier’s Play (Black Spectrum Theatre). Film credits include Melvin Lucas in American Gangster (dir. Ridley Scott), Nicky Lolo in HBO Films’ Wyclef Jean in America,and Beadle in HBO Films’ Everyday People. Television credits include “Law & Order,” “CSI: NY,” and “Guiding Light.” He earned his B.P.S. in music business at Five Towns College. 

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