ALLAN MILLER is an actor, director, teacher and writer. He has acted in over two hundred films and television productions, and dozens of plays (credits attached).
Mr. Miller was artistic director of the Back Alley Theatre for ten years, for which he received the LADCC Margaret Hartford Award for Distinguished Achievement. At the Back Alley he directed more than a dozen productions, including “Are You Now or Have You Ever Been…” and “The Fox”, for which he received an LADCC award for direction. Other directing credits include “The Fox” Off-Broadway at the Roundabout Theatre and at the Berkshire Theatre Festival, “Camping with Henry and Tom” at the Westport Playhouse, and “A Perfect Ganesh” by Terence McNally (nominated for eight LADCC awards), “Stumps” by Mark Medoff, “A Map of the World” by David Hare, and “The Gigli Concert” by Tom Murphy, all at the Odyssey Theatre. He directed “The Deal” by Matt Whitten at International City Theatre, “First Love” by Charles Mee at the Odyssey, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” by Edward Albee for the Actors Studio West and most recently “First Monday in October” by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee, and “This Lime Tree Bower” by Conor McPherson at the Odyssey Theatre.