Kate Miller

Kate Miller (born October 24, 1969 in Cincinnati, Ohio) is an American actress and voice artist. Her credits include Broadway, Off-Broadway, television, film, animation, video games, and books on tape.

Kate Miller
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Miller in 2015
Born (1969-10-24) October 24, 1969 (age 51)
Years active1992–present
(m. 2014)


Miller is known as the voice of Debbie DuPree in the cartoon parody Sealab 2021, one of the first shows on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. She is also the voice of Grace Ryan in the Adult Swim show Frisky Dingo. Kate Miller currently plays Vivian Abetemarco on the CBS series Blue Bloods, as well as another Vivian in the Hulu comedy series Ramy. She can be seen in Jerry Bruckhiemer crime drama Hightown on STARZ as DA Amanda Shaw and Aaron Sorkin’s film The Trial of the Chicago 7 as Marjorie.

She has also appeared on Law & Order as the recurring Defense Attorney Madeline Myers, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Ugly Betty, The Young and the Restless as the recurring Carla Vente, One Life to Live as the recurring Nadine Lovett, Third Watch as the recurring M.E. Martocci, Elementary, Sex & the City, All My Children, Guiding Light, As the World Turns and numerous commercials, including Pepsi, AFLAC and Olive Garden. Kate Miller has also appeared on Broadway in Moon Over Buffalo with Carol Burnett and Amadeus with Michael Sheen. Her movies include Entropy, Halfway to Zen, The Emoji Movie and Chump Change, as well as the documentaries I Know That Voice and Moon Over Broadway. In addition to voicing many characters for animation, Kate Miller has also done voice acting for a number of video games, such as Guild Wars 2, Manhunt, Red Faction Guerilla, Final Fantasy and World of Warcraft.[citation needed]

Personal lifeEdit

She has been married to actor and voice actor John DiMaggio since 2014.[1] On medium.com, she stated that she did not have a good childhood growing up.



Year Title Role Notes
1995 Loving Natalie Television film
1999 Entropy Blind Date #3
2000 Chump Change Desiree, the Whore
2005 Stolen Isabella Stewart Gardner Documentary film
2005 Once Upon a Zipper Rachel Bennett Short film
2016 Halfway to Zen Nurse Brenda
2017 The Emoji Movie Heart Eyes (voice)
2020 The Trial of the Chicago 7 Marjorie


Year Title Role Notes
1994, 2008 Guiding Light Charisse, Sheila Slye 3 episodes
1997 As the World Turns Stacey Episode: "Episode #1.10553"
1999 Sex and the City Girlfriend #1 Episode: "The Fuck Buddy"
1999–2002 Celebrity Deathmatch Sarah Michelle Gellar, Susan Lucci, Heather Locklear, Susan Sarandon (voice) 6 episodes
2000–2003 Dora the Explorer Townsperson, Mommy Monster, Sports Announcer, Townsperson (voice) 5 episodes
2000–2005 Sealab 2021 Debbie DuPree (voice) 40 episodes
2001 Fling Erica 2 episodes
2003–2007 Law & Order Madeline Myers 3 episodes
2004–2005 Third Watch M.E. Madeline Martocci 5 episodes
2005 All My Children Tandy Suffern Episode: "Episode #1.9119"
2006–2007 Frisky Dingo Grace Ryan (voice) 13 episodes
2008 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Trina Melda Episode: "Betrayed"
2008 Ugly Betty Restaurant Owner Episode: "Bad Amanda"
2008–2012 One Life to Live Nadine Lovett 14 episodes
2013 The Young and The Restless Carla Vente 12 episodes
2016 Elementary Julie's Attorney Episode: "Ready or Not"
2018–2019 Blue Bloods Vivian Abetemarco 2 episodes
2019 Ramy Vivian 2 episodes
2020 Hightown DA Amanda Shaw 4 episodes

Video gamesEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2003 Manhunt Journalist
2004 World of Warcraft Orc Warrior
2005 Guild Wars Additional Voices
2007 Guild Wars: Eye of the North Commander Serentine
2009 Red Faction: Guerilla
2012 Guild Wars 2 PC Charr Female, Commander Serentine, Tour Guide Female
2013 Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Female General #8, Female Outlaw #2, Order Member #6
2014 Wasteland 2 Bullet Grabber, Jackhammer
2014 World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor Orc Warrior, Orc Guard
2015 Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns PC Female Charr, Commander
2016 Paragon Zinx
2017 Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire PC Female Charr Additional Voices
2018 Destiny 2: Forsaken Player: Human Female


  1. ^ DiMaggio, John. "Happy birthday to my wife @kate_dorierosie!!!! Love you, lady!!! Here's to many more!pic.twitter.com/LjY54MQtI0". twitter.com. Retrieved November 10, 2017.

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