Ben Miller

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Bennet Evan Miller (born 24 February 1966) is an English comedian, actor and director.wikipedia
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Death in Paradise (TV series)

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Miller is also known for playing the lead role of DI Richard Poole in the first two series of the BBC Crime Drama Death in Paradise.
Death in Paradise is a British-French crime drama television series created by Robert Thorogood, starring Ben Miller (series 1–3), Kris Marshall (series 3–6) and Ardal O'Hanlon (series 6–9).

Armstrong and Miller

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He is best known as one half of comedy double act Armstrong and Miller, with Alexander Armstrong.
Armstrong and Miller are an English stand-up comedy double act consisting of the actor-comedians Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller.

Richard Poole (character)

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Miller is also known for playing the lead role of DI Richard Poole in the first two series of the BBC Crime Drama Death in Paradise.
Detective Inspector Richard Poole is a character in the crime drama television series Death in Paradise, portrayed by Ben Miller.

Malbank School and Sixth Form College

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Miller was educated at Malbank School and Sixth Form College, his local comprehensive school in Nantwich, Cheshire.

Rachel Weisz

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As an undergraduate, he participated in theatre with Rachel Weisz, and also dated her.
During her university years she was a contemporary of Sacha Baron Cohen, Alexander Armstrong, Sue Perkins, Mel Giedroyc, Richard Osman, and Ben Miller (whom she briefly dated), and appeared in various student dramatic productions, co-founding a student drama group called Cambridge Talking Tongues.

Alexander Armstrong

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He is best known as one half of comedy double act Armstrong and Miller, with Alexander Armstrong.
He was eventually introduced to Ben Miller, who had also moved to London, through Jez Butterworth.

The Prince & Me

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In 2004 he co-starred in The Prince and Me.
The Prince & Me is a 2004 American romantic comedy film directed by Martha Coolidge, and starring Julia Stiles, Luke Mably, and Ben Miller, with Miranda Richardson, James Fox, and Alberta Watson.

Johnny English

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In 2003 he played the role of 'Bough', sidekick to Rowan Atkinson's title character, in the film Johnny English.
Starring Rowan Atkinson in the title role, Natalie Imbruglia, Ben Miller and John Malkovich, it is the first instalment of the Johnny English film series and serves as a parody/homage to the spy genre, mainly the James Bond film series as well as Atkinson's Mr. Bean character.

Razzle Dazzle: A Journey into Dance

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He starred as James Lester in ITV's 2007 sci-fi drama Primeval and as Mr Jonathan in the Australian film Razzle Dazzle: A Journey into Dance.
Mr. Jonathan (Ben Miller) runs a dance class in which he attempts to comment on social issues.

List of Primeval characters

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He starred as James Lester in ITV's 2007 sci-fi drama Primeval and as Mr Jonathan in the Australian film Razzle Dazzle: A Journey into Dance.
The series 1 cast is made up of Douglas Henshall as Professor Nick Cutter, James Murray as Stephen Hart, Andrew-Lee Potts as Connor Temple, Lucy Brown as Claudia Brown and Hannah Spearritt as Abby Maitland, with Juliet Aubrey as Helen Cutter, Ben Miller as James Lester and Mark Wakeling as Captain Tom Ryan.

Primeval (TV series)

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He starred as James Lester in ITV's 2007 sci-fi drama Primeval and as Mr Jonathan in the Australian film Razzle Dazzle: A Journey into Dance.
The British government's Home Office, under the supervision of James Lester (Ben Miller) and Claudia Brown (Lucy Brown), becomes involved after a Gorgonopsid travels through one such anomaly and wreaks havoc in the Forest of Dean.

The Worst Week of My Life

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In 2004 and 2005, he starred in two series of the BBC television series The Worst Week of My Life, with Sarah Alexander.

Monkey (character)

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Miller provided the voice for the ITV Digital and now PG Tips Monkey in a popular series of television advertisements featuring Johnny Vegas.
He was first produced by The Jim Henson Company via their UK Creature Shop, puppeteered by Nigel Plaskitt and Susan Beattie and voiced by comedian Ben Miller.

Edinburgh Comedy Awards

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They performed their first full-length show together at the Edinburgh Fringe in 1994 and returned in 1996, when they were nominated for the Perrier Comedy Award.
Many other award winners and nominees have gone on to forge successful careers in comedy and the media industry including Lee Evans, Milton Jones, Garth Marenghi's Darkplace creators Richard Ayoade and Matt Holness, double act Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller, QI panellist Alan Davies and Mock the Week panellist Chris Addison.

The Parole Officer

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Miller also started acting in films, starring in Steve Coogan's first feature film, The Parole Officer (2001).

Rowan Atkinson

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In 2003 he played the role of 'Bough', sidekick to Rowan Atkinson's title character, in the film Johnny English.
In 2015, he starred alongside Ben Miller and Rebecca Front in a sketch for BBC Red Nose Day in which Mr. Bean attends a funeral.

Room 101 (British TV series)

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In 2013, Miller took part in an episode of Room 101 and a Comic Relief special of game show Pointless.
Memorable guests have included Ricky Gervais, Spike Milligan, Stephen Fry, Boris Johnson, Ben Miller and Ian Hislop (the only person to appear twice on the show in its original format).

David Wolstencroft

Having already finished his undergraduate degree, he joined the Footlights in 1989, working with Andy Parsons, David Wolstencroft and Sue Perkins, and went on to direct a revue.
While at Cambridge, he was active in the Footlights where he collaborated with Mark Evans, Sue Perkins, Andy Parsons, Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller, and had served as Footlight's vice-president and revue director.

Sarah Alexander

In 2004 and 2005, he starred in two series of the BBC television series The Worst Week of My Life, with Sarah Alexander.
In the mid-1990s, she met Ben Miller when they filmed an advertisement for disposable cameras together, and through him she met Alexander Armstrong.

Moving Wallpaper

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In 2008, he appeared as television producer Jonathan Pope in Tony Jordan's series Moving Wallpaper on ITV1 and starred in Thank God You're Here.
Moving Wallpaper storylines revolve around a crazed producer, Jonathan Pope (played by Ben Miller), trying to hold together an assortment of egotistic and neurotic writers and actors through the vicissitudes of Echo Beach production (series one), while simultaneously fighting off his bitchy boss.

St Catharine's College, Cambridge

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He read Natural Sciences at St Catharine's College, Cambridge.

Johnny Vegas

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Miller provided the voice for the ITV Digital and now PG Tips Monkey in a popular series of television advertisements featuring Johnny Vegas.
In 2001, Vegas starred as Al in adverts for ITV Digital with a puppet named Monkey (voiced by Ben Miller).

The Armstrong & Miller Show

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Miller and Armstrong wrote and starred in the Channel 4 sketch show Armstrong and Miller, as well as the BBC sketch show The Armstrong & Miller Show.

Romesh Ranganathan

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In 2016, Miller co-presented the ITV entertainment series It's Not Rocket Science alongside Rachel Riley and Romesh Ranganathan.
He has made numerous appearances on comedy panel shows, and in 2016 he co-presented It's Not Rocket Science on ITV, alongside Rachel Riley and Ben Miller.

I Want My Wife Back

Miller played the role of Murray in the six-part BBC sitcom I Want My Wife Back, starring alongside Caroline Catz.
I Want My Wife Back is a British sitcom shown on BBC One, starring Ben Miller and Caroline Catz as Murray and Bex.