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Also Known As: Zhongjun Wang, Wang Zhong-Jun, Dennis Wang Died:
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Blonde, tan, and acerbic, Kristen Miller has turned her excellent comic timing and ironic delivery into a career appearing in guest and leading roles. Miller has worked in both television and film, but is perhaps most widely known for her TV work in shows like "That's My Bush," "Charmed" and "She Spies." Miller's very first on-screen role came in 1995 when she was given a small part on an episode of "Saved by the Bell: The New Class." She went on to play twins Alexis and Ashley Elliot in the television series "USA High." The show only ran for two seasons, but her performance was sufficient to make her memorable to casting agents. This performance, combined with her youthful and athletic appearance, has allowed Miller to play characters younger than herself, giving her career a boost of longevity. In addition to her work in television, Miller has also been cast in a number of Hollywood feature films. Her first Hollywood feature was 2001 horror flick "The Pool" in which she had the starring role. The movie was poorly received by critics, but Miller soon after had the chance to be part of a very popular and critically successful film when she was cast as Lisa in 2004's animated parody "Team America:...

Blonde, tan, and acerbic, Kristen Miller has turned her excellent comic timing and ironic delivery into a career appearing in guest and leading roles. Miller has worked in both television and film, but is perhaps most widely known for her TV work in shows like "That's My Bush," "Charmed" and "She Spies." Miller's very first on-screen role came in 1995 when she was given a small part on an episode of "Saved by the Bell: The New Class." She went on to play twins Alexis and Ashley Elliot in the television series "USA High." The show only ran for two seasons, but her performance was sufficient to make her memorable to casting agents. This performance, combined with her youthful and athletic appearance, has allowed Miller to play characters younger than herself, giving her career a boost of longevity. In addition to her work in television, Miller has also been cast in a number of Hollywood feature films. Her first Hollywood feature was 2001 horror flick "The Pool" in which she had the starring role. The movie was poorly received by critics, but Miller soon after had the chance to be part of a very popular and critically successful film when she was cast as Lisa in 2004's animated parody "Team America: World Police," directed by "South Park" co-creator Trey Parker. In 2011, she joined the cast of the hit Showtime series "Dexter" for a brief role in the show's sixth season.

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