- Full Name Lara Jill Miller
- Occupation Actress, Voice-over actress
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA
- Birth Date Apr 20, 1967
- Age 56 Years, 7 Months
Lara Jill Miller | BiographyAppeared in TV shows like 'Gimme a Break!' & 'The Amanda Show
Miller made her on-screen debut with the cameo role of Cindy in the TV series ‘Young People’s Specials’ in 1985. However, she started doing a maximum of voice-over projects after appearing in a few TV shows.
Lara Jill Miller is an American voice-over actress best known for voicing Lambie in the children’s TV series Doc McStuffins.
Who is Lara Jill Miller?
Lara Jill Miller, born in Allentown, Pennsylvania, the USA, on 20 April 1967, is an American actress with several filmography credentials under her belt. She is most famous for playing Sam Kanisky in the TV series, Gimme a Break! from 1981 to 1987 and Kathy in The Amanda Show from 2000 to 2002.
Miller is prominently recognized as a voice actress. She has done English dubs on several television shows such as Vampire Princess Miyu (1997), Great Teacher Onizuka (2000), Digimon Adventure 02 (2000-2001), Requiem from the Darkness (2003), Nodame kantâbire (2007), Naruto (2007), and others. She is also known for voicing recurring characters such as Cat/Miss Focal in the animated television series If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (2015-2021), Lisa/Liam on The Loud House (2015-2021), Allie on Curious George (2009-2020), and Lambie on Doc McStuffins (2012-2020).
Miller made her on-screen debut with the cameo role of Cindy in the TV series Young People’s Specials in 1985. After that, she appeared in the film Touch and Go as Courtney in 1986 and on Gimme a Break! (1981 to 1987) as Sam Kanisky. However, she started doing a maximum of voice-over projects after that.
Miller voiced the character of Scheris Adjani of the TV series s-CRY-ed (2001), Kari Kamiya/ Nami Asaji / Mysterious Entity of Digimon: Digital Monsters (1999-2002), and Mina / Daughter A / Lulu of Blood+ (2005-2006).
Between 2010 and 2020, Miller voiced famous characters, including Henry of Henry Hugglemonster (2013-2015), Gark (US) of Counterfeit Cat (2016-2017), Fink / Koala Princess / Truffle of OK KO! Let’s Be Heroes (2017-2019), Lambie / Snowpeeps / Robot Orderly of Doc McStuffins (2012-2020), Libby Stein-Torres / Libby of The Ghost and Molly McGee (2021), and others.
According to November 2021, her most recent project, the TV short Lunchbox (2021), features her as one of the voice artists.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Lara Jill Miller has a net worth of $3 million as of 2021. She has amassed a sizeable net worth owing to her career as an on-screen and voice-over actress.
Is Lara Jill Miller Married?
No authentic sources have revealed information on Miller’s marital status.