With numerous television and film credits, Ben Miller is an extremely familiar face across the show business industry. The actor, comedian and director is best known or writing and starring in the Armstrong and Miller sketch show shown on Channel 4 as well as BBC's The Armstrong and Miller Show. An established actor who's appeared in a lead role in Paradise to Casualty, Doctor Who, Johnny English and The Catherine Tate Show to name a few.
Kicking off his film career in 2001, Ben starred in The Parole, which was Steve Coogan's first feature film following this he played the key role of Bough in the super-popular Johnny English film. He's also starred in The Prince and Me in 2004 and ITV's sci-fi drama Primeval not to mention in Razzle Dazzle: A Journey into Dance which was an Australian film. In addition, he starred alongside Sarah Alexander, in BBC series, The Worst Week of My Life which led to a 2006 three-part Christmas special called The Worst Christmas of My Life.
Guest-starring as the Sherrif of Nottingham in the widely watched Doctor Who, Ben then followed with a role as King John in Horrible Histories. Also, a talented TV presenter and comedian, Ben presented It's Not Rocket Science on ITV with Rachel Riley and Romesh Ranganathan. Ben is also recognised from his role with Caroline Catz in BBC sitcom I Want My Wife Back and from Channel 4's comedy Power Monkeys.
More recently Ben has once again returned to star as Bough in Johnny English Strikes Again and then in 2019 he appeared in a short series on ITV called Sticks & Stones to which he played the role of Chris Carter. His most recent acting project, an American period drama called Bridgerton, is due to premiere on Netflix in 2020. The series was created by Chris Van Dusen and is based on best-selling novels written by Julis Quinn.
In 2010 Ben won a BAFTA TV Award alongside Dominic Brigstocke, Alexander Armstrong and Caroline Norris for Best Comedy with their The Armstrong and Miller Show. Prior to this, the show gained them a nomination at the BAFTA Awards in 2008 and a nomination at the British Comedy Awards in 2010 for Best Sketch Show.