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Kenneth Anthony Miller is an American actor. He was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico on October 29, 1988 to Mike Miller and Helena (Miller) McMullen; he is named after his paternal grandfather (Kenneth Miller) and maternal grandfather (Anthony Farina). Soon after his birth, his parents divorced, but both remained in Albuquerque. His mother is now married to Mike McMullen and Kenneth is the oldest of her three children. His siblings are Lauren McMullen and Alec McMullen. Kenneth wasn't your typical 'seek-the-spotlight' kid. In fact, acting was the farthest thing from his mind when he took a drama class in high school to overcome severe stage fright. After being coaxed (blackmailed) into performing in South Pacific in the only non-singing role, Kenneth not only got over his stage fright, but discovered a true love for theatre and a true talent. It was during that South Pacific performance where Kenneth received praise that he was a 'natural and instinctual actor.' From there, Kenneth became actively involved in the theatre program at The Albuquerque Academy. He became very comfortable on stage as he continued to perform in both student produced plays like Bullshot Crummond (his personal favorite) and the Omelet Murder Case as well as larger productions, like Romeo and Juliet, West Side Story, and Arsenic and Old Lace. During his junior year of high school, Kenneth got an agent and booked three roles in his first year: The Terminator: Sara Conner Chronicles, The Lucky Ones and So Five Minutes Ago. Shortly thereafter, Kenneth auditioned for the AMDA Conservatory of the Performing Arts and received a scholarship. He attended AMDA in Los Angeles from August 2007 to April 2009 when he graduated from the 2-year classical conservatory-style program. While there, Kenneth learned to turn his instinct into a process and hone his craft. He became proficient in phonetics, learned many dialects and discovered a penchant for performing Shakespeare and the classics. Notable instructors Kenneth had the honor of studying under include: James Bontempo, Jamison Jones, Todd Patrick Breaugh, Teresa Dowell-Vest, Barbara Schofield, Thomas Green and Deborah Ross-Sullivan. Kenneth is experienced in both stage and film acting. He has co-starred in several television series, including In Plain Sight and The Lying Game. Code Name: Geronimo (2013) will be his debut as a principle actor in a film.