Gabrielle MillerGabrielle Miller, actor (born at Vancouver 9 Nov 1973). Gabrielle Miller trained at the Breck Academy for the Performing Arts in North Vancouver and spent the subsequent decade appearing in numerous roles on a long list of Canadian and American syndicated television series, such as The X-Files and Da Vinci's Inquest. In 2004 she was offered the parts of Bobbi Briggs on the lightly serious comedy Robson Arms and Lacey Burrows on the sitcom Corner Gas. It is her role on the latter, which became a hit for CTV, for which Gabrielle Miller is best known.
The phenomenally successful series (created by Brent BUTT) about the eccentric local inhabitants of a fictional prairie town achieved rare crossover success in both Canada and the US, and made Miller one of the most popular Canadian actresses on television. Her performance as a sweetly sincere and unfairly rebuked newcomer had a dignified grace and optimism that endeared her to viewers.
Gabrielle Miller has been seen in the television series NCIS, Cold Case, Breaking News, Frasier and The Outer Limits, and has appeared in the film Love and Other Dilemmas as well as in other Canadian feature films, including Carl Bessai's Sisters and Brothers (2011) and the made-for-TV Canada/US co-production Trading Christmas (2011), with Tom CAVANAGH. She co-starred with Victor GARBER in The Guys Who Move Furniture (2012) and had a recurring role in the third season of the TV seriesCall Me Fitz, starring Jason PRIESTLEY. Other film roles for Gabrielle Miller are in Mike Clattenburg's Canadian comedy Moving Day (2012) and in Vancouver-based actor/director Benjamin Ratner's first feature, Down River (2012).
She shared the 2007 GEMINI AWARD for best ensemble comedy performance with fellow castmembers of Corner Gas, and won the 2009 Gemini for best supporting actress for her role in Robson Arms.
Gabrielle Miller is active as a spokesperson for the Vela Microboard Association, which supports developmentally challenged people living in BC.