Valarie Rae Miller

 

Date Of Birth

16 April, 1974
 

Biography

Valarie Rae Miller was born on April 16, 1974 in Lafayette, Louisiana and was raised in Fort Worth, Texas. At a young age, she was interested in acting and later on attended a high school for the performing arts. She also landed numerous high-profile commercials as a college student. On one summer vacation in Los Angeles, she took a course in stand up comedy and performed at clubs such as The Improv and The Comedy Store. Miller was then offered to tour with her stand up routine, however, she turned down the offer so she could pursue an acting career in Los Angeles. She is best known for her role as the first Cindy McEachin in Dark Angel, a role she played for a couple of years. Her other television credits include One Saturday Morning, In the House, and Smith.

Josie is played by Valarie Rae Miller in the television series Reaper. Josie is the ex-girlfriend of Bert "Sock" Wysocki, Sam's buddy. She later on became a paralegal, whereas Sock and Sam took on jobs of a different nature. On his 21st birthday, Sam is visited by Satan himself, not to punish him but to reveal to him his real identity. Sam is the Reaper, the one responsible for hunting down escaped souls from Hell.



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Place of Birth

Fort Worth, Texas
 

Birth Name

Valarie Rae Miller
 

Gender

Female
 

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Filmography

2007-present: Reaper - Josie
2006-2007: Smith - Macy (4 episodes)
2006: Crank - Chocolate
2003: Hollywood Homicide - Sartain Receptionist
2000-2002: Dark Angel - Cynthia 'Original Cindy' McEachin (39 episodes)
2002: All About the Benjamins - Pam
2000: Bear to the Right - Girlfriend
1999-2000: One Saturday Morning - Meme the Host
1997-1998: In the House - Paula (2 episodes)
1997: The Disappearance of Kevin Johnson - Rudi
1997: Hollywood Confidential - C.C.
1997: Malcolm & Eddie - Katrina (1 episode)
1994: Gladiators 2000 - Host
1993: Family Matters - Helen (1 episode)
 

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Height

5' 6" (168 cm)
 

Quotes

"I get tired of these straight actors in gay roles who say, 'Oh, I'm really cool, and it doesn't bother me, but just so you know, I'm straight.' If it's really not an issue, then why are you talking about it?" - to Girlfriends magazine, February issue.

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