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Andrew Miller (born 1969) is a Canadian actor, writer, and director.
Miller began his career as an actor at age 16 in Toronto, Canada. Early theater roles include Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening and Eugene Morris Jerome in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Film roles include Simon in South of Wawa, written by bestselling Canadian novelist and screenwriter Lori Lansens, Kazan, the autistic man, in Vincenzo Natali's Cube, and Donald in Oh, What a Night, for which he was nominated for a 1992 Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor.
As a screenwriter, Miller co-wrote the films Simon Sez, starring Dennis Rodman and Dane Cook and Miramax Pictures' Boys and Girls, Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Claire Forlani, and Jason Biggs. He also co-wrote Vincenzo Natali's independently produced feature film, Nothing, in which he also starred opposite childhood friend David Hewlett.