Canadian actor Peter Miller was born in Chibougamau, Quebec but grew up in Ontario and Montreal. Aside from acting, Peter Miller is also a professional football player. His mother is of French descent, while his father has Irish blood and as a child, he spent some time in the Bahamas.
Miller attended The University of the Pacific in California on a football scholarship. But he is not just a regular jock, he also studied international affairs and commerce. After studying, he moved to New York City and pursued acting Manhattan's Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre. Peter Miller also joined the Canadian Football League after college. As for his acting, he has played as a bartender in the US series Law & Order. As he went on his way to more major roles in the industry, he signed on as a stand-in for Adrian Paul in the 1992 series Highlander. Also a bilingual actor, Miller has already played numerous French-and-English-language roles in Canada.
Peter Miller has been seen on the television series Casino as the character Tiger, and on Fortier as Jim Quitish. In 2002, he was cast in the series Lance et compte - La nouvelle generation, and followed this up with a role in Le Dernier chapitre: La Suite. The next year, he was seen in episodes of Ciao Bella, portraying the character Elio Lanza. He later worked on the film Mambo Italiano, a dramedy starring Luke Kirby, Ginette Reno, Paul Sorvino and Mary Walsh. His next project was the movie Elles etaient cinq (The Five of Us) in 2004. Miller was also in Lotto 6/66 and later landed the role of womanizer Damon Trebuchet on Soap Net’s Canadian drama series MVP. Some of his co-stars include Kristin Booth, Lucas Bryant, Dillon Casey, Deborah Odell, Matthew Bennett and Natalie Krill.