Todd Joseph Miller Biography
Todd Joseph (“T.J.” Miller) is an American actor, social commentator, comedian, producer, and writer best known for his appearances in the HBO sitcom Silicon Valley, Deadpool, and Deadpool 2 (all released in 2018). Transformers: Age of Extinction, Big Hero 6, Office Christmas Party, Yogi Bear, She’s Out of My League, The Emoji Movie, and Ready Player One are among his other significant films.
How old is Todd Joseph Miller? – Age
On June 4, 2021, Miller will turn 40 years old. He was born in the United States in the year 1981 in Denver, Colorado.
Where did Todd Joseph go to school? – Education
He went to Graland Country Day School and East High School in Denver, where he took part in drama performances. Miller earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology with an emphasis in situation theory and social impact from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. in 2003. He was a member of the comedy troupe receSs and the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity’s Lambda chapter while at GWU. Miller studied circus arts at the Frichess Theatre Urbain in Paris while in college, and he also studied Shakespeare for a summer at the British American Drama Academy in London.
Todd Joseph Miller– Family
Leslie Miller, a clinical psychologist, and Kent Miller, an attorney from Chanute, Kansas, raised Miller in Denver, Colorado. His Christian father had ancestors from England, Scotland, Germany, and Sweden, while his Ashkenazi Jewish mother has ancestors from Germany, Austria, and Russia.
Joseph Miller’s Wife
Miller married his longtime partner Kate Gorney, an actor and installation artist who changed her last name to Miller, in 2014. On September 6, 2015, they tied the knot in Denver Botanic Gardens.
What is Miller’s Salary?
He earns an annual estimated salary of $1.53 Million.
Miller Net Worth
His net worth is $9million.
Todd Joseph Miller Career
Miller barely appeared onscreen for a few minutes in Cloverfield, but his voice could be heard in practically every scene as the character who videotaped most of the events shown. He appeared as Cessna Jim in The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard in 2009 and as the dim-witted grindcore artist Rory in Mike Judge’s comedy Extract in 2010. In 2010, he was featured as Stainer in She’s Out of My League, as Brian the Concierge in Get Him to the Greek, and as a minor character in Unstoppable.
In the Oscar-nominated animated films How to Train Your Dragon and How to Train Your Dragon 2, he was the character “Tuffnut.” He also starred as Dan in the 2010 film Gulliver’s Travels.
In the live-action/animated feature Yogi Bear (2010), he played Ranger Jones, a supporting character. He is “dumb-but-not-in-a-funny-way,” according to the Buffalo News, unlike his cartoon persona. After two auditions, he was cast in the position; as a joke, he submitted Warner Bros. an improvised video audition with an actual bear, despite the fact that he had already been granted the part.
He appeared in the film Our Idiot Brother in 2011. In the 2012 film Rock of Ages, he appeared as administrative workers for Rolling Stone. He and Adam Pally co-starred in the 2016 film Search Party.
He had an appearance in Transformers: Age of Extinction in 2014. He voiced Fred in the superhero CGI film Big Hero 6 in November 2014. In Deadpool and Deadpool 2, he also played Weasel. In 2017, he voiced Gene, a meh emoji with odd expressions, in the animated The Emoji Movie, which drew harsh criticism. In late March 2018, he played I-R0K in Steven Spielberg’s film Ready Player One, in which he played a supporting part.
On September 12, 2011, Miller released The Extended Play E.P., a comedy rap concept album. Bo Burnham, Doug Benson, and Pete Holmes are among the comedians on the CD, as well as hip-hop musicians Ugly Duckling and Johnny Polygon.
Miller’s Extended Play E.P. Illegal Art Remix Tape was published in 2012.
Miller’s Mash Up Audiofile was published in 2012 on Comedy Central Records to mediocre reviews.
Miller became a semi-regular co-host of the Chicago-based comedic podcast Red Bar Radio in 2006. “Cashing in With TJ Miller,” a podcast he broadcasts with friend and fellow comedian Cash Levy, premiered on the Nerdist Network in March 2012. He also appears on Doug Benson’s podcast, Doug Loves Movies, on a regular basis.
T.J. Miller Movies
2020 – The Substitute
Ready Player One – 2018
Deadpool 2 was released in 2018.
2017–Goon: Last of the Enforcers
The Emoji Movie was released in 2017.
Deadpool was released in 2016.
Office Christmas Party in 2016
Hell and Back in 2015
2014–How to Train Your Dragon 2
Transformers: Age of Extinction – 2014
2014–Dawn of the Dragon Racers
Big Hero 6 was released in 2014.
2014 – Search and Rescue
Jason Nash Marries in 2014
T.J. Miller: TV Shows
The Gorburger Show in 2017
Crashing in 2017
The year 2017–F stands for Family.
2017–T.J. Miller: Meticulously Ridiculous
2016, 2019–Those Who Can’t
2016 July 21st – Critics’ Choice Awards
2016 August 22nd — Critics’ Choice Awards
Lip Sync Battle in 2016
Family Guy (2015)
Silicon Valley, 2014–2017