Miles Elliot is a young American actor who started his on screen career by appearing in several short films in 2010 such as “Go Go Reject,” “Possibility,” and “Lester.” These eventually led to a guest role on the series “Grey’s Anatomy” and further short films that year.
Other TV roles followed in 2011 with guest spots on “The Mentalist” (2011) and playing Logan in the made for TV movie A Christmas Wedding Tail (2011), Austin & Ally (2012) as Young Austin. In 2016 he appeared on “The Loud House,” “Speechless” and played the recurring role of Scott Loach on “Preacher.” Watch for him as Tripp on “Vice Principals” in 2017.
His feature film roles started with “The Amazing Spiderman” where he played the role of Billy, the son of Dr. Connors (Rhys Ifans), his scenes were cut from the film but he can be seen on the delete scenes section of the DVD release. He played the lead of Eli in “Camp” (2013). Other feature films followed such as “Bukowski” (2013), “Cooties” (2014) and “Dawn Patrol” (2015). Miles also plays Simon in the thriller “The Thinning” (2016).
Miles continued to appear in short films and also appearances as himself on "TinaQ's Celebrity Interviews" and "Actors Entertainment."