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Allison Miller From A Million Little Things On ABC

Allison Miller From A Million Little Things On ABC

Update: 2021-10-12


Between the forces of a global pandemic and the seismic push for social change, our group of friends navigated new and challenging territory. In season four, we’ll see our group come together again in aspirational and uplifting ways as they help each other through life’s unpredictable curveballs. As the season unfolds, we’ll watch through laughter and tears as our friend group navigates new identities, new careers and new family formations, all while learning what it means to be family, what it means to love, and what it means to seek forgiveness.

Forced home from England by circumstances beyond her control, Maggie found her groove as a podcaster, earning a loyal audience and helping Sophie find her own voice. This season, we’ll find Maggie committing even further to her mission to help people, which will lead to new personal and professional heights ... until a ghost from her past emerges and threatens to send her into a tailspin.

The talented actress, writer, director and producer, Allison Miller continues to expand her repertoire with dynamic projects. Miller was recently seen starring in the second season of Netflix’s blockbuster “13 Reasons Why.” Previously, Miller starred as the female lead in the Matt Damon and Ben Affleck-produced SyFy series “Incorporated.” Other television credits include the Steven Spielberg-produced “Terra Nova,” “Kings” and the comedy “Go On,” opposite Matthew Perry.

On the big screen, Miller made her feature debut in “17 Again” alongside Zac Efron, and she has gone on to star in the Fox thriller “Devil’s Due,” as well as the festival darling “Always Woodstock,” opposite Katey Sagal and Jason Ritter.

Miller has been extremely busy with her directorial debut, “Growth,” a darkly comic look at chronic pain and the extreme lengths those who suffer will go to find relief. The short, which Miller wrote, directed, produced and stars, has been accepted into numerous film festivals including the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival and, most recently, the Palm Springs International Short Fest where it won the Filmmaker Pick Award.








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Allison Miller From A Million Little Things On ABC

Allison Miller From A Million Little Things On ABC

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