Christopher Miller, says Chris Miller, is an American film director, screenwriter, actor and producer, born on September 23, 1975 in Everett, Washington State. Christopher Robert Miller was born in Everett, Washington State.Chris Miller begins as an actor in the television series Caroline in the City in 1998. That's where he meets Phil Lord. Shortly afterwards, they co-wrote their first script for the Zoé, Duncan, Jack and Jane series. Three years later, they launch the animation series Clone High.In 2009, Chris Miller makes, with Phil Lord, their first animated feature film: Storm of Giant Balls (Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs) It's a worldwide success with $243,006 126 in revenue worldwide. In 2012, they are the directors of the 21 Jump Street action comedy with Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, adapted from the eponymous cult series. It's a new success, with global recipes reaching more than $200 million. In 2014, he released two feature films with Phil Lord. First of all, the animated film La Grande Aventure Lego, a lufoque comedy inspired by Lego toys created by Ole Kirk Christiansen. A few months later, he released 22 Jump Street, which follows 21 Jump Street (2012).In July 2015, he was announced, always with his colleague Phil Lord, as director of a spin-off movie Star Wars centered on Han Solo Second spin-off of the A Star Wars Story series, after Rogue One, the film is scheduled for 2018. On June 20, 2017, Kathleen Kennedy, president of Lucasfilm announces that Phil Lord and Chris Miller will no longer be the directors of the film on Han Solo, for different about the creative vision of the work. They are replaced by Ron Howard, while the filming was however well advanced. The two directors then explain "Unfortunately, our vision and way of doing were not connections with our partners on this project. We are usually not fans of the phrase "creative divergences", but for once, that's quite it. We are really proud of our casting and our four-star team."In March 2018, they announced that they will finally be credited to the generic as delegated producers.