Jonny Lee Miller

Mostly Credited As: Jonny Lee Miller
Birth Name: Jonny Lee Miller
Date Of Birth: November 15, 1972 (Age 43)
Country Of Birth: United Kingdom
Birth Place: Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England
Height: 5' 11" (1.8 m)

Jonny Lee Miller

Jonny Lee Miller is an English actor born Kingston, England. His interest in acting began in school, where he appeared in as many school plays as he could, before dropping out at age 17 to pursue acting. He currently stars as Sherlock Holmes on the CBS crime drama 'Elementary'.

TV Appearances

Main cast 
Frankenstein: A Modern Myth (2012)As: Himself
Elementary (2012)As: Sherlock Holmes
Emma (2009)As: Mr Knightley
Eli Stone (2008)As: Eli Stone
Smith (2006)As: Tom
Episode Cast Credits 

The Insider (2004) 
  Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu and Phil Simms 11x52: (Nov/13/2014) As Himself 

The View (1997) 
  Season 16, Episode 143 16x143: (Apr/16/2013) As Himself, [Interviewees]

The Talk (2010) 
  Season 3, Episode 67 03x67: (Dec/13/2012) As Himself, [Interviewees]

BBC Breakfast (2000) 
  May 30, 2012 13x151: (May/30/2012) As Himself 

Dexter (2006) 
  The Big One 05x12: (Dec/12/2010) As Jordan Chase 
  Hop a Freighter 05x11: (Dec/05/2010) As Jordan Chase 
  In the Beginning 05x10: (Nov/28/2010) As Jordan Chase 
  Teenage Wasteland 05x09: (Nov/21/2010) As Jordan Chase 

Masterpiece (1971) 
  Endgame 39x31: (Oct/25/2009) As Michael Young 

Jimmy Kimmel Live (2003) 
  Amy Sedaris, Jonny Lee Miller, animal specialist Kirstin McMillan 06x144: (Oct/22/2008) As Himself, [Interviewees]

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005) 
  Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jonny Lee Miller 04x58: (Apr/03/2008) As Himself 

Good Morning America (1975) 
  Macaroni And Cheese Challenges 33x102: (Jan/29/2008) As Himself 

Soccer AM (1995) 
  Series 11, Episode 19 11x19: (Dec/23/2006) As Himself 

The Megan Mullally Show (2006) 
  Jennifer Love Hewiitt, Jonny Lee Miller, J. Xavier 01x15: (Oct/06/2006) As Himself 

Operation Good Guys (1997) 
  Stardust 02x02: (Jul/12/1999) As Himself 

Cadfael (1994) 
  Monk's Hood 01x04: (Jun/19/1994) As Edwin Gurney 

Mystery! (1980) 
  Prime Suspect, III: (Episode 1) 14x29: (Apr/28/1994) As Anthony Field 

Prime Suspect (1991) (1991) 
  Prime Suspect 3 03x01: (Dec/19/1993) As Anthony Field 

The Bill (1984) 
  Mighty Atoms 09x87: (Jul/24/1993) As Lee Gibson 
  The Sorcerer's Apprentice 07x100: (Dec/12/1991) As Simon Cooper 

Casualty (1986) 
  Tender Loving Care 07x09: (Nov/07/1992) As Matt 

Between The Lines (1992) 
  The Only Good Copper 01x08: (Oct/23/1992) As David Ringwood 

Inspector Morse (1987) 
  Greeks Bearing Gifts 05x04: (Mar/20/1991) As Student 

Keeping Up Appearances (1990) 
  Daisy's Toyboy 01x05: (Nov/26/1990) As The Youth 

Doctor Who (1963) (1963) 
  Kinda, Part One 19x09: (Feb/01/1982) As Kinda Child 

His father is 1950's and 60' stage actor Alan Miller.

He is a fan of Chelsea FC (England football club).

He ran the London Marathon in 2008 in a time of 3hr 1min.

He is the godfather of Jude Law's eldest son, Rafferty Law.

You can follow him on Twitter at

Jonny Lee Miller Quotes
"If you're serious about what you're doing, you've got to keep your head and follow your instinct. Maybe you won't reach the same dizzy heights as others, but you will get something back. I'd go anywhere to work, so long as it's worth it."

"I don't think any actor has the luxury of knowing exactly what scripts are going to turn out well and what ones aren't. It would be wonderful to have that particular skill, and maybe people like Tom Cruise have it more than most, but you go into each project hoping that a good, if not great, film will come out the other end. All you can do is look out for good scripts, and interesting people to work with."

" For me, there are two different things that make Sherlock Sherlock. One is, you know, within the books: obviously he's a genius with an attention to detail, his ravenous hunger for all aspects of knowledge that might feed into his work. But the major thing that makes him Sherlock is his relationship with Watson - their friendship. For me, that, I guess, is the biggest side, the more interesting side than the genius."