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Parker Mills


Parker Mills is an actor and writer.


As an actor, Parker was most recently seen at the Chromolume Theatre playing "Ned Weeks" in "The Normal Heart". Other stage credits include "Breeders" at Rogue Machine, "Take Me Out" at the Celebration Theatre, and "Death of a Salesman" at Interact. Film, TV, and Web credits include "Malcolm in the Middle", "Lunarcy", "Outer Space Astronauts" and "Twitter/Facebook IRL"... A more comprehensive list of his credits can be found on the "Resume" section of this site. 

He has also been performing his own material for nearly 20 years including his acclaimed solo show, “Take My Life… Please." His adaptation of Roald Dahl’s, “James and the Giant Peach”, has received productions in both Chicago and Los Angeles.


Parker was also the co-creator of “That is SO Fake”, a Television concept optioned by Sony Television.


No stranger to the many “Storytelling Nights” in the Los Angeles area, his solo performance home is “Rant and Rave” at Rogue Machine Theatre, where he is a regular writer/performer and company member

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