Aaron Benjamin Miller is an actor whose credits include recurring work on ABC's How To Get Away with Murder, HBO's Veep, and NBC's Do No Harm, in addition to live improvisation, various commercials, and many independent projects.
After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Temple University in Philadelphia, Aaron became a student of The Second City Theater in Chicago, where he studied improvisation, wrote sketch comedy, and performed with an improv ensemble on the famous E.T.C. stage. Aaron currently studies at The Upright Citizens Brigade in New York City, performs with ComedySportz Philadelphia, as well as studies science and medicine.
Previously, Aaron served as a photographer for the NFL and contributing photographer for Backpacker Magazine. Aaron spent time working with a tech company out of California, helping to develop a mobile blogging platform, prior to its acquisition by Twitter. Aaron has just entered his 11th year as an active 911 Emergency Medical Technician volunteer, in addition to serving on a nationwide rapid-activation disaster response team. In his free time, Aaron paints, cooks, reads, and volunteers with several organizations that work to improve healthcare and living conditions for individuals within underserved communities.
Aaron's story, Zeroes, was produced into a motion picture in 2015 by Wintegrity Films and is scheduled for release in late 2016.