Moira Miller was born in Santiago, Chile on March 1, 1972. She studied acting in Gustavo Meza's Escuela de Teatro Imagen and got her title at ARCOS Professional Institute. As an actor she worked in theater with directors Andrés Pérez and Boris Quercia, and also performed in some television shows, including Playa Salvaje and Fuera de Control (UC-TV). At the same time, she began to work as assistant director in theater for Boris Quercia and also for her father, Hugo Miller. In 1997 she directed her first play, Eric Bogosian's Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll, winning the Revelation Prize of the Chilean Press Award (APES). In 1999 she founded LA MAFIA Teatro and since then has directed nearly 10 plays, including Vanessa Miller's Miss Patria, William Nicholson's The Retreat from Moscow, Edward Albee's The Goat, Jordi Galcerán's Palabras Encadenadas, and Ariel Dorfman's Death and the Maiden. She taught acting and how to direct actors for 16 years in three different universities in Chile. In 2009 she became casting director and acting coach for films and television, working with great Chilean and international directors such as Andrés Wood, Sebastián Lelio, Marialy Rivas, Pablo Larraín, Pablo Illanes, Eli Roth (United States), and Adam Smith (England). She is currently working in Mike Medavoy's production of Patricia Riggen's film The 33 as the Chile casting director. She also worked in TVN (National Television), and recently she's been working in MEGA, a private television channel, as casting director and acting coach for the dramatic productions of the network.
Current as of March 2014