The Kennedy Center

Ruthie Ann Miles


RUTHIE ANN MILES played "Lady Thiang" in the Tony Award winning revival of The King and I, for which she won the 2015 Tony Award for "Best Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical." She played the roles of Frieda/Betty in the recent Broadway revival of Sunday in the Park with George, which opened in February 2017. She also played these roles in the concert performances in October 2016 at New York City Center.

Ruthie Ann is also known for originating the role of Imelda Marcos in Alex Timber's critically acclaimed show Here Lies Love - written by David Byrne w/DJ Fat Boy Slim, for which she received two prestigious awards, the Lucille Lortel Award and the Theatre World Award.

Other productions include Avenue Q, Band Geeks, Two By Two, and the National tours of both Annie and Sweeney Todd (as Adolfo Pirelli - playing the accordion, flute and piano onstage.)

On television she played the reoccurring role, Young Hee, on FX's Emmy nominated Season 4 of "The Americans." She received her Masters in Music Performance from NYU Steinhart.