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Gabrielle Miller

Full / Real Name: Gabrielle Sunshine Miller
Born: 09 November 1973 (48 years old)
Gender: Female

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Gabrielle Miller is a Canadian actress best known for her television roles as Bobbi Briggs in Robson Arms (2005-2008) and as Lacey Burrows in Corner Gas, from 2004-2009.

She has also had major recurring roles in Pasadena (2002), Alienated (2003-2004) and Cal Me Fitz, in 2012.

Miller is one of Canada's most celebrated performers. A professional actor for many years, she is widely recognised for her lead roles on two of Canada's most successful series: the runaway hit CTV series Corner Gas (6 seasons), the highest rated comedy program in Canadian television history, and the critically-acclaimed dramedy Robson Arms (3 seasons).

In 2005 and 2006 she won a Leo Award for her role as Lacey Burrows on Corner Gas, and in 2007 took home a Gemini Award for best ensemble cast in a comedy. She has also been honored by the Academy in a Salute to Corner Gas.

For her portrayal of Bobbi Briggs on Robson Arms, Miller won the 2007 Leo Award and 2009 Gemini Award for Best Dramatic Performance. She had the privilege of presenting the Earle Grey Award to her dear friend and Corner Gas co-star Eric Peterson at the 2009 Gemini Awards.

Miller has been busy on the big and small screen with a number of projects including a well-received festival season in her role alongside Cory Monteith (Glee), Dustin Milligan (Gunless) Ben Ratner (Fathers & Sons, Davinci's City Hall) and Jay Brazeau (Best in Show, The Killing) in Carl Bessai's feature film Sisters & Brothers. The anticipated film screened at TIFF & VIFF to critical acclaim.

Miller also had a starring role in Mike Clattenburg's The Guys Who Move Furniture, as well as a lead role opposite Tom Cavanagh (Ed), Gil Bellows (Ally McBeal), and Faith Ford (Murphy Brown) in Debbie Macomber's Hallmark Hall of Fame MOW Trading Christmas.

Miller's TV and film career dates back to 1993, and she has appeared in a variety of Canadian and American productions, including Highlander: The Series, The X-Files (where she played two different roles), Stargate SG-1, UC: Undercover, and Frasier.

In 2002 she was a cast member on the short-lived American drama series, Breaking News. She also made an appearance on Sliders as Fling.






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