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Sherry Miller

Sherry Miller

Birthdate: May 7, 1950

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sherry Miller (born 7 May 1950) is a Canadian actress best known for her role as Jane Oliver on the Canadian drama E.N.G. (1990), Jennifer Taylor on the Showtime television show Queer As Folk (2000–2005) and Dorothy O'Sullivan on The Best Years (2007–2009). Description above from the Wikipedia article Sherry Miller, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikip... ...detailed bio


Ice Blues (2008)

Ice Blues is a 2008 gay-themed mystery television film starring Chad Allen and Sebastian Spence, and directed by Emmy-nominated Canadian-born director Ron Oliver. featuring fictional detective Donald Strachey. It is the third adaptation of a Richard Stevenson novel, though it was the fourth to be...

The Trojan Horse (2008)

The story begins while a nationwide referendum is being held to decide whether or not Canada will join the United States. The people of Canada vote to join the U.S., while Prime Minister Tom McLaughlin (Paul Gross) watches the results on the news. Sitting at the house of former Prime Minister Mar...

It's a Boy Girl Thing (2006)

Woody Deane (Kevin Zegers) and Nell Bedworth (Samaire Armstrong) are neighbors and former childhood friends who go to the same high school, but are otherwise completely different. Woody is a popular varsity football player while Nell is a nerdy, literature-loving girl. They loathe each other and ...

Too Young to Be a Dad (2002)

15 year old Matt Freeman is the youngest member to be inducted into his school's Honor Society. His hard-working, middle-class parents, Dan and Susan Freeman are thrilled that they have one "good" child as they are trying to control their oldest daughter, Alex, who is smoking, having sex with her...

Lucky Girl (2001)

Kaitlyn (Elisha Cuthbert) is a high school student whose obsession with gambling leads to her accumulating a mountain of debt. Her habit also causes a high degree of family tension. The film commences with Kaitlyn in a mathematics class. She is ecstatic because she has won a prize on a lottery ti...

Laughter on the 23rd Floor (2001)

Inspired by Neil Simon's early career experience as a junior writer for Your Show of Shows, the play focuses on Sid Caesar/Jackie Gleason-like Max Prince, the star of a weekly comedy-variety show circa 1953, and his staff, including Simon's alter-ego Lucas Brickman, who maintains a running commen...

Apocalypse III: Tribulation (2000)

It is the present day. In their home, the family Canboro - Eileen, Calvin and Tom – reminisce a childhood memory of an afternoon picnic. Tom’s brother-in law Jason abruptly enters the kitchen. Jason makes unsettling comments about European President Franco Macalousso, an outspoken advocate for gl...

The Virgin Suicides (1999)

The story takes place in affluent Grosse Pointe, Michigan, in 1974, as four neighborhood boys reflect on their neighbors, the five Lisbon sisters. Strictly unattainable due to their overprotective, authoritarian parents, Ronald (James Woods) and Sara (Kathleen Turner), the girls — Therese (Leslie...

Shadow Zone: The Undead Express (1996)

A teen obsessed with horror films befriends a vampire who leads him to a whole coven of vampires that hide beneath the New York subways.

Sabrina the Teenage Witch (1996)

The movie centers around Sabrina Sawyer (later changed to Spellman), who is sent to live with her eccentric aunts in Riverdale. On her sixteenth birthday, Sabrina discovers that she is a witch. Sabrina then develops a crush on Seth, the cutest boy in school who happens to be dating Katie La More,...

Rent-a-Kid (1995)

Cliff Haber (Tony Rosato) runs an orphanage, and decides to go on a vacation. He has his father, Harry Haber (Leslie Nielsen), run the orphanage while he is away. Harry has a rental store and decides that it would be a good idea to rent out the kids to prospective adoptive parents after he hears ...

Johnny Mnemonic (1995)

In 2021, Johnny (Keanu Reeves) is a "mnemonic courier" with a data storage device implanted in his brain, allowing him to discreetly carry information too sensitive to transfer across the Net, the virtual-reality equivalent of the Internet. While lucrative, the implant has cost Johnny his childho...