T.J. Miller won’t be unnoticed for long

T.J. Miller is one of Hollywood’s best kept secrets. The 35-year-old has been cast in many different roles over the last decade, but many fail to give him the acclaim he deserves. With a few new projects on the horizon, there are simply no excuses to for anyone to miss out on what Miller has to offer.

There aren’t a lot of actors that studied classical acting and circus arts in college, but that’s exactly what Miller did. He’s definitely outside the box when it comes to his acting. It shows in all his roles, as there is never a moment when he isn’t making audiences laugh.

You’re definitely going to need to do some IMDB searching to find out some of Miller’s film and television credits, as there are a great collection of projects he’s been featured in.

A lot of his success has come from the children’s film market. Films including Yogi Bear, How to Train Your Dragon, Gullivers Travels, and Big Hero 6 are more of his notable roles, but there is also a great assortment of comedic parts as well. You’ll probably recall his breakout performances in She’s Out of My League, Deadpool, and HBO’s Silicon Valley.

Above all else, Miller is a comedian. He’s performed with numerous improv groups and at many comedy clubs during his earlier years, and still does to this day. Also, Miller had released a satirical comedy album used to draw attention to celebrity crossovers.

If you’re looking forward to seeing more of T.J. Miller, you’ve got a lot to get excited about. He will be featured in the third installment of How to Train Your Dragon, the action film, Ready Player One, and Goon: Last of the Enforcers.

You’ll no doubt be exposed to T.J. Miller at some point in the future, and that’s not really a bad thing. He’s one of the funniest men in Hollywood. And while he’s never taken on a lead role in any major film, his work is on par with just about any comedic actor in the world.

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