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Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

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Stephen E. Miller is a Canadian and American actor and novelist based in Vancouver, B.C. He was born in Durham, N.C. and attended Virginia Military Institute graduating with a BA in History in 1968. He attended University of British Columbia in the graduate Creative Writing program and was awarded a MA in 1970. It was at UBC where he became interested in theatre, first as a stage carpenter and technician and then as an occasional actor. Following graduation Stephen joined with other UBC alumni in the founding of Tamahnous Theatre, an experimental group. On stage he has acted in more than 40 plays. Favorites include: Falstaff, Guys and Dolls, Mr. Puntilla and his chauffeur Matti, 18 Wheels, and Love and Anger. Stephen won the International 3-Day Novel contest in 1989 with "Wastefall", and this led to subsequent novels, "The Woman in the Yard" published by Picador USA; "Field of Mars" by Penguin Canada in 2005,(titled "Game of Soldiers" in the HarperCollins UK edition; and its sequel "The Last Train to Kazan" in 2007. His latest novel "The Messenger" was published in the US by Delacorte, an imprint of Random House in July of 2012, and rights have been sold to Denmark, Spanish worldwide, Serbia, Poland, China, and Israel. He divides his time between Vancouver, and Hawaii.

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