Reid stars in the television comedy series "Play by Play." Season 1 is currently streaming on G090 Complex Media's digital platform, and now completed filming seasons 2 & 3. Reid can be seen in Wyrm by Christopher Winterbauer, where he portrays Wyrm in this coming of age dark comedy an official Sundance selection in 2018 and nominated for the Sundance Grand Jury Award 2018.
Reid finished filming the family adventure movie FREDI in in summer 2017 set to have its theatrical release in 2018.
He is also known for award-winning and nominated shows like the series Criminal Minds on CBS, The Fosters on ABC's Freeform, & Training Day on CBS. Reid's first lead in a series was The Fourth Door starring himself and Monique Coleman of the High School Musical Franchise nominated for Best International Web series and an official selection Raindance International and the Marseille Webfest which gained him many international fans and is streaming on Go90. Marty: A Wild West Neverland which won Best Short Film at The Wild Bunch Film Festival and he won Best Male Child Actor it is available on Vimeo and Amazon. The short film Milvio which won Best Short Film at The San Diego International Kids Film Festival and also a selection at Cannes Short Film Corner. Reid can be seen portraying Frank Underwood as a young teen in the 4 part mini-series Playhouse of Cards: The Web Series which won a College Television Award from the Television Academy for best-scripted series and is now available to watch on YouTube.
In addition to acting, Reid is a writer and has written several shorts and recently has completed his first feature-length screenplay. Reid is a skilled martial artist and hand to hand fighter with specialties in weapons, having trained in several styles including XMA at the Los Angeles HQ under Master Michael Chaturantabut or Mr. Chat to his students, 7-Time World Forms & Weapons Champion, former Blue Power Ranger.
Reid Miller Actor
Los Angeles based actor Reid Miller born Michael Coulter Reid Miller in Chattanooga, TN. Then moving to Texas in the 2nd grade, he had an undeniable love for movies and started making his own as soon as he could operate a camera.