Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
Lynn Milgrim to Rob Morrow
Matt K. Miller Biography ((?)-)
Full name, Matthew Kermit Miller; born in Palm Beach Gardens, FL.
- Actor, voice artist
- (As Kermit Beechwood) Voice of Batty, FernGully 2: The Magical Rescue (animated), 1997
Castle in the Sky, 2000
Jane, Vista Street Entertainment, 2001
- General Charles Griffin, Gods and Generals, Warner Bros., 2002
- Emile, Henry the Tenth, Mears/Bosko Productions, 2003
- Additional voices, Gen 13 (anime), Hollywood Pictures, 1998
- Additional voices, dubbed version, Mononoke Hime (anime; also known as Princess Mononoke), Miramax, 1999
- Voice, "An Eye for an Eye," Spicy City, HBO, 1997
- First executive, "The Good, the Bad, and the Lazy," Off Centre, The WB, 2002
- Voice performer for the series James Bond, Jr., syndicated; voiceof Malebolgia for an episode of Todd McFarlane's Spawn, HBO.
- (As Kermit Miller) Additional voices, Aeon Flux (anime; also knownas MTV's Aeon Flux), MTV, 1995
- Also affiliated with the series The Big O.
- Reverend Manders, Ghosts, Sierra Repertory Theatre, East Sonora Theatre, Sonora, CA, 2002
Fully Committed (solo show), Sacramento Theatre Company, Sacramento, CA, 2002-2003
- Appeared as Captain Bluntschli, Arms and the Man, Sacramento Theatre Company, Sacramento, CA; as Orlando, As You Like It; as Jeff Douglas, Brigadoon; in Bullshot Crummond; in Dumas, ClassicalTheatre Lab, Hollywood, CA; in An Enemy of the People, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles; in Hamlet and The Iliad, both Classical TheatreLab; as Brian Doyle, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Sacramento Theatre Company; in The Libertine, Classical Theatre Lab; as Sergeant Trotter,Mousetrap; in No Sex Please, We're British,
One Foot on theFloor, and The Rehearsal; in Richard III, Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum, Los Angeles; in Rough Crossing and Run for Your Wife; as Proteus, Two Gentlemen of Verona; and as Mario, We Are Family, Sacramento Theatre Company.
- Voice of receptionist and additional voices, Majo no takkyubin (also known as Kiki's Delivery Service), Buena Vista Home Video, 1989
- (As Matt Miller) Voice of Koshigaya, Bio Hunter, Urban Vision Entertainment, 1991
- (As Kermit Miller) Voices of Tenchi Masaki and Yosho, Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-oh- ki (also known as No Need for Tenchi and This End Up!), Pioneer Entertainment, 1992
- (As Matt Miller) Voice of Pritz, Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals, Urban Vision Entertainment, 1994
- Voice of Tenchi Masaki, Tenchi Muyo! In Love (also known as Tenchi the Movie,
Tenchi the Movie 1: Tenchi Muyo in Love, and Tenchi Muyo Movie 1: Tenchi in Love), Panime Entertainment, 1996
- (As Masamune Miller) Voice, Fushigi Yugi: The Mysterious Play--Reflections OAV 2, 1997
- (As Kermit Beachwood) Voice, Trigun (also known as Trigun 1: The $60,000,000,000 Man), Pioneer Entertainment, 1998
- (As Matthew K. Miller) Voices of Tenchi Masaki and young Yosho, TenchiMuyo! Manatsu no Eve (also known as Tenchi Muyo: Midsummer's Eve,
Tenchi Muyo Movie 2: Daughter of Darkness, and Tenchi the Movie 2:The Daughter of Darkness), Pioneer Entertainment, 1998
- Voice of Kui, Bio Zombie (also known as Sang dut sau shut),Brilliant Idea Group, 1998
- (As K. Beachwood) Voice, Fushigi Yugi: The Mysterious Play--Suzaku DVDBox Set, Bandai Entertainment, 1999
- Voice of Tenchi Masaki, Tenchi Muyo! In Love 2: Haruka naru omoi (also known as Tenchi Forever,
Tenchi Muyo Movie 3: Tenchi Forever!,
Tenchi Muyo: Tenchi in Love 2: Distant Memories, and Tenchi the Movie 3: Tenchi Forever!), Pioneer Entertainment, 1999
- (As Matt Miller) Voice, Street Fighter Zero (also known as Street Fighter Alpha), 1999
- Voice, The Dog of Flanders, Pioneer Entertainment, 2000
- Voice of Prince Sirius, Dragon Slayer; voice of Pritz, Final Fantasy: Legend of the Overfield; voice of Tenchi Kawai, Magical Girl Pretty Sammy (also known as Pretty Sammy,
Tenchi Muyo! Pretty Sammy, and Maho Shojo Pretty Sammy), Pioneer Entertainment; voice ofTenchi Masaki, Magical Project S; voice of Keiichi Morisato, Oh MyGoddess!; voice of Robin Hendrix, Pet Shop of Horrors, Urban Vision; voice of Funky, Psycho Diver; voice of Parn, Record of Lodoss War; voice of Tenchi, Tenchi in Tokyo (also known as New Tenchi Muyo and Shin Tenchi Muyo), Pioneer Entertainment; voice of TenchiMasaki, Tenchi Muyo! Mihoshi Special (also known as Galaxy Police Mihoshi's Space Adventure), Pioneer Entertainment; voice of Tenchi Masakiand Yosho, Tenchi Muyo! The Night before the Carnival, Pioneer Entertainment; voice of Tenchi, Tenchi the Movie 4: Tenchi & John; voiceof Tenchi Masaki, Tenchi Universe, Pioneer Entertainment; voice of Tenku, Twilight of the Dark Master; voice of Machiyama, Vampire Princess Miyu; also performed voices for Akira,
Alexander the Great,
Fist of the North Star,
Gundam III, and Hurricane Polymar. Many of the anime videos were originally broadcast as television series in Japan. Some of the "Tenchi Muyo" videos have been broadcast in the United States on the Cartoon Network.
- Voice of Clasko, Final Fantasy X (also known as FFX and Final Fantasy 10), Square Soft, 2001
- Author of the online book Opera for Oafs (satire).
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