JohN xavier miller
Actor, Improviser, Sketch Writer
John Xavier Miller is an actor, improviser and writer hailing from West Bloomfield, Michigan; which is really just the last place he lived before starting college. He also lived in South Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Are his parents in the military? No. But his dad just liked moving a lot, so John has a smattering of childhood (but actually just Facebook) friends up and down the east coast and Midwest. John attended Ithaca College and received a BFA in Acting with a minor in Dance. There he performed onstage in a bunch of plays and even an opera. He also started his own modern dance company, Rock Hard Dance Company that performed regionally and at the American College Dance Festival.
Since moving to NYC (because that’s where 50% of actors go) he has acted on-stage in various productions such as Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Winter’s Tale, Macbeth, and The Full Monty. While stage acting had its initial draw, he craved something more and began taking classes at Upright Citizens Brigade. He occasionally contributes sketches to the gay variety show Queerball. He also became a writer’s assistant for Nipsey, the premiere sketch team at UCB. He now writes for the sketch team Old Girl at The People's Improv Theater. He continues to look for new experiences and endeavors with his writing and hopes to one day win an Emmy and rub it in the faces of all his naysayers.