Jonny Lee Miller

Highest Rated: 90% Trainspotting (1996)
Lowest Rated: 9% Aeon Flux (2005)
Birthday: Nov 15, 1972
Birthplace: Kingston, Surrey, England, UK
The grandson of Bernard Lee (better known to the world as M in the James Bond movies), Jonny Lee Miller ironically became famous for his portrayal of the Sean Connery-obsessed Sick Boy in the 1996 film Trainspotting. Contrary to popular belief, the actor is English, not Scottish, and was born outside of London on November 15, 1972. Interested in the theater from an early age, Lee Miller participated in a number of school productions and made his television debut at the age of 11, in the miniseries Mansfield Park. Following appearances in a number of other productions, including 1993's Prime Suspect 3, Lee Miller made his film debut in Iain Softley's Hackers in 1995. His turn as a cyberpunk gave the actor both a wider audience and an introduction to co-star Angelina Jolie, whom he would marry in 1995 (they divorced in 1999). Lee Miller's big break came with his casting as Sick Boy, in director Danny Boyle's film adaptation of the Irvine Welsh novel Trainspotting. The film became an international hit, boosting the careers of Lee Miller and his co-stars, Ewan McGregor and Robert Carlyle. Lee Miller chose to remain on Scottish soil for his next project, Gillies MacKinnon's Regeneration (1997). Subsequently, Lee Miller headlined an all-star cast in the relationship drama Afterglow, in which he co-starred with Nick Nolte, Lara Flynn Boyle, and the formidable Julie Christie. In 1999, the actor reunited with Trainspotting co-star Robert Carlyle to star in Plunkett & Maclean, which also featured Liv Tyler. Though subsequent roles in lowbrow fare like Dracula 2000, Mindhunters, and Aeon Flux hinted that the talented actor's career was circling the drain, Lee Miller's memorable performances in the shortlived ABC series Eli Stone (in which he played the title character) and Dexter (as a malevolent motivational speaker) helped both to keep in in the public eye, and offer further proof of his versitilty. In 2011 Lee Miller shared an Oliver Award with actor Benedict Cumberbatch for their performances in Boyle's stage production of Frankenstein (the two actors alternated between playing Dr. Frankenstein and the Creature), and the following year he kept up the gothic vibe with his turn as the shady Roger Collins in Tim Burton's feature adaptation of the spooky soap opera Dark Shadows.


Highest Rated Movies



80% T2 Trainspotting Sick Boy $2.4M 2017
No Score Yet NT Live: Frankenstein 2016 Encore Actor 2016
66% Byzantium Ruthven $84.8K 2013
No Score Yet National Theatre Live 50th Anniversary Encore: Frankenstein Actor 2013
No Score Yet National Theatre Live: Frankenstein Actor 2012
36% Dark Shadows Roger Collins $79.8M 2012
71% Endgame Michael Young 2009
No Score Yet The Day After Peace Actor 2008
50% The Flying Scotsman Graeme Obree $78.8K 2006
9% Aeon Flux Oren Goodchild $25.9M 2005
No Score Yet Byron Lord Byron 2005
24% Mindhunters Lucas Harper 2005
52% Melinda and Melinda Lee $3.8M 2005
25% Love, Honour and Obey Jonny 2001
No Score Yet The Escapist Denis 2001
18% Dracula 2000 Simon Sheppard $32.7M 2000
No Score Yet Complicity (Retribution) Cameron Colley 2000
77% Mansfield Park Edmond Bertram 1999
60% Behind the Lines Billy Prior 1999
24% Plunkett & Macleane James Macleane 1999
No Score Yet Regeneration Actor 1998
No Score Yet Retribution Actor 1998
75% Afterglow Jeffrey Byron 1997
90% Trainspotting Sick Boy 1996
No Score Yet Larry McMurtry's 'Dead Man's Walk' Woodrow Call 1996
33% Hackers Dade 1995
27% Bad Company Michael Hickey 1995


95% Elementary
Director Sherlock Holmes
  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 2012
No Score Yet The Graham Norton Show
  • 2017
No Score Yet The View
  • 2013
No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live
  • 2012
No Score Yet Late Show With David Letterman
  • 2012
No Score Yet Masterpiece
Mr. Knightley Michael Young
  • 2010
  • 2009
No Score Yet Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
  • 2009
60% Eli Stone
Eli Stone
  • 2009
  • 2008
No Score Yet The Ellen DeGeneres Show
  • 2008
50% Smith
  • 2007
  • 2006
No Score Yet Mystery!
  • 1995
72% Dexter
No Score Yet Elementary
Sherlock Holmes