Miles Blue

Miles Blue spent his childhood in sunny San Diego, California, where his love for stories was realized when his father first read him Saint-Exupéry’s “The Little Prince.” Miles planned on studying literature and pursuing a competitive skiing career when acting found him. All it took was playing Lord Farquaad in middle school to find what he’d been searching for. He came to UNCSA chasing the most authentic acting he could find. Miles is also a budding playwright, a model, and an amateur film photographer. He is proudly German and Taiwanese.

Miles has starred in various short films and has performed onstage at Santa Cruz Shakespeare and at Prague’s Estates Theatre with the Prague Shakespeare Company. He also served as assistant dramaturg on the acclaimed production of Friedrich Schiller’s “Die Räuber” at the Deutsches Nationaltheater in Weimar, Germany. 

Most recently at UNCSA, Miles tackled the timelessly pathetic Vanya in Aaron Posner’s “Uncle Vanya” adaptation, “Life Sucks,” directed by Scott Zigler. Other UNCSA credits include Don Pedro in “The Rover,” Pony William in “Knives in Hens,” and Richard II in an original, one man adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Richard II,” titled “The Death of King Richard the Second.”