Gabrielle Miller has been a professional actor for 18 years and has appeared in over 60 film and television roles. She is probably best known for her lead roles on the ground-breaking number one Canadian comedy series "Corner Gas" for six seasons, and the critically acclaimed dramedy "Robson Arms."
Combined, Miller has garnered 12 Gemini and Leo Award nominations and won a Leo Award in both 2005 and 2006 for her role as Lacey Burrows on "Corner Gas," as well as a Gemini in 2007. She also earned a Leo award in 2007 for Best Dramatic Performance for her portrayal of Bobbi Briggs on "Robson Arms" and a Gemini Award in 2009 for the same role. Miller was also Canada’s Favorite Female TV Star in TV Guide’s Annual Reader’s Poll.
Miller has also had guest starring roles on "NCIS," "Cold Case," "The Collector," "Jake 2.0," "Alienated," "The Twilight Zone," "Frasier" and "The Outer Limits." Her film credits include "Rupert’s Land," "The Silencer," "Inspectors II," "Love and Other Dilemmas" and "The Guys Who Move Furniture."
Aside from her love for her acting, Miller is also an advocate and spokesperson for an international aid organization championing children’s rights as well as a spokesperson for Vela Microboard, a non-profit organization that supports people living with disabilities.