Rick Miller (born March 12, 1970) is a Canadian director, actor, voice artist, comedian, musician and playwright.
Rick Miller is best known for his work in theatrical comedy, with most notable creations being his solo show MacHomer, in which he portrayed the cast of The Simpsons in the roles of characters from Shakespeare's Macbeth, and the two-man Star Wars/Game of Thrones mash-up parody Game of Clones. You also might recognize him for hosting the Just for Laughs: Gags television series and performing "Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody by 25 of the most annoying voices in the music".
Outside of stage performances, Rick Miller has also done quite a bit of acting for film and television, as well as voice acting for animation and video games. We've listed some of his roles below.
Rick Miller is also the co-creative director of the Kidoons Network, a Canadian multimedia company that develops family touring stage shows like their 2015 adaptation of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea and 2018 take on The Jungle Book, as well as web animations. He's also the frontman for the Toronto party band TRAINWRECK.
Visit his website here.
Rick Miller's voice and acting roles include:
- Brian Mulroney in Mulroney The Opera
- Stumpy Sam in The Legend Of Beaver Dam
- Williams in Possible Worlds
- Alfonso in Stage Fright (2014)
- The Host in Just for Laughs: Gags
- The Narrator in Canadian Made
- Beaumont Stoddard in Murdoch Mysteries (1 episode)
- Oliver Adams in Saving Hope (1 episode)
- The Dark Prince in Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones
- Winston Churchill in Assassin's Creed: Syndicate
- Semuru in Far Cry Instincts (Evolution DLC)
- David Sarif in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
- Principal Shawbly in Mona the Vampire
- Sparky in Atomic Betty
- Ben and Fen in Cyberchase
- Meatballs in Funpak's Martini & Meatballs shorts
- Kangaroo Guard in Care Bears: Journey to Joke-A-Lot:
- Mr. Fisher in Odd Job Jack
- Captain Minus in Turtle Island
- Bongo in My Big, Big Friend
- Orwin, Ashio, and Freep in Magi-Nation
- Sauly in Get Squirrely
- Professor Tite-Gripp in Atomic Puppet
- Uncle and Mr. Chen in Kody Kapow