Gabrielle Miller



Gabrielle Miller is one of Canada’s most celebrated performers. A professional actor for over three decades, she is widely recognized for her lead roles on two of Canada’s most successful series: the runaway hit CTV series Corner Gas (6 seasons), which inspired a feature film in 2014, as well as an animated series, and the critically acclaimed series Robson Arms (3 seasons).

Gabrielle has over 100 television and film credits. Along with her recurring role on Call Me Fitz, opposite Jason Priestley, Gabrielle has also recurred on Hallmark’s Good Witch, and guest-starred on CBS’s NCIS, ABC’s Once Upon a Time, and Showtime’s popular series Lost Girl. She starred in the feature film Down River alongside Helen Shaver (The Color of Money, Desert Hearts), which won Best Picture at the 2014 Leo Awards.

Combined, Gabrielle has garnered 15 Canadian Screen and Leo Award nominations. In 1999 she won best guest performance by an actress in a guest role in a dramatic series for DaVinci’s Inquest; in 2005 and 2006 she won a Leo Award for her role as Lacey Burrows on Corner Gas; and in 2007 took home a Canadian Screen Award for best ensemble cast in a comedy. For her portrayal of Bobbi Briggs on Robson Arms, Gabrielle won the 2007 Leo Award and 2009 Canadian Screen Award for Best Dramatic Performance. Most recently Gabrielle took home the Leo Award for Best Supporting Female in a Motion Picture in 2019 for her mesmerizing performance in Rabbit.

Gabrielle has done charitable work for organizations such as Vela Microboard and World Vision.


Gabrielle will appear as a Guest Star on Law & Order: SVU this spring as well as  in a lead role in the upcoming feature film, Are We Done Yet.


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