Joshua John Miller

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Joshua John Miller (born December 26, 1974) is an American actor, writer, screenwriter, novelist, and filmmaker. As a child actor, Miller was best known for his role as Homer, the pre-teen vampire in the film Near Dark, Richtie Miller, the annoying brother in Teen Witch, and his gripping role as Tim in River's Edge. Also known for his guest starring roles in numerous 1980's and 1990s television series like Family Ties, Highway To Heaven, Growing Pains, 21 Jump Street, and The Wonder Years. Emerging as an adult in the film industry, Miller has returned to acting and has written his own novel The Mao Game, turning it into a movie adaption which he directed. Miller was born in Los Angeles, California, the son of Irish-American actor and playwright Jason Miller, and Jewish-American actress and Playboy pin-up Susan Bernard. Miller's half-brother is actor Jason Patric, and his maternal grandfather was photographer Bruno Bernard, a.k.a. "Bernard of Hollywood". Miller started appearing in films and television when he was eight years old. His first film role was in Halloween III: Season of the Witch.


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