About Marci

Born and raised in Indiana, Marci Miller studied Vocal Performance at Bethel College. After graduating, she performed in various productions and theaters including The Kentucky Shakespeare Company. In 2010, she moved to Los Angeles in hopes of pursuing film and tv opportunities. In the short time she has been in LA, she’s played lead roles in three independent features, ASPECT RATIO, ABOUT ABIGAIL, and THE AMATEUR, all slated for a 2015 release. In addition, she plays the lead role in the short film THE PLAY OF THE FATE, which premiered at the St. Tropez Film Festival and ANIMALIA, which premiered at the LA Women’s International Film Festival. Most recently, she plays the female lead in the short film DOG BOWL, which was written and directed by Gordy Hoffman, the writer of the critically acclaimed film LOVE LIZA. DOG BOWL recently has been selected to premiere and compete in the 2015 Sundance Film Festival Shorts program.

Formal Meisner technique (Santa Monica, CA) coupled with a desire to create rich, honest, and thought-provoking art has proven that this is exactly where Marci needed to find herself. A place where she can do exactly what she loves: act, sing, play. And eat.