Jonathan Lee Miller is an English-American film, television and theatre actor. He achieved early success for his portrayal of Simon "Sick Boy" Williamson in the dark comedy drama film Trainspotting and as Crash Override in Hackers, before earning further critical recognition for his performances in Afterglow, Mansfield Park, The Flying Scotsman, Endgame and T2 Trainspotting; for The Flying Scotsman he received a London Film Critics' Circle nomination for Actor of the Year. He was also part of the principal cast in the films Melinda and Melinda, Dark Shadows and Byzantium. He has appeared in several theatrical productions, most notably After Miss Julie and Frankenstein, the latter of which earned him an Olivier Award for Best Actor. Miller starred as the title character in the ABC comedy-drama Eli Stone for which he received a Satellite Award nomination for Best Actor.
|Born:||Jonathan Lee Miller, November 15, 1972, London, England|
|Relatives:||Bernard Lee (grandfather)|
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About Jonny Lee Miller
Actor in such critically-acclaimed movies as Trainspotting and Hackers (both released in the mid 1990s). He later played the lead role on CBS's Elementary.
He was born into a family of actors: his parents were theater performers, and his grandfather, Bernard Lee, appeared in many of the James Bond films.
He played the role of Jordan Chase in the fifth season of Showtime's Dexter.
He married second wife Michele Hicks in 2008; the couple welcomed a son later that year.
He was married to his Hackers co-star, Angelina Jolie, from 1996-1999.
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- Evening Standard Award for Best Actor winners
- People educated at Tiffin School
- British expatriate male actors in the United States
- Broadway theatre people
- Laurence Olivier Award winners
- English male soap opera actors