Patina Miller Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Net Worth, Movies and TV Shows

Patina Miller Biography

Patina Miller is a singer and actress from the United States best known for her roles in the 2009 West End, 2011 Broadway productions of Sister Act, and in the 2013 revival of Pippin. She won a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance in this role.


How old is Patina Miller? – Age

She is 36 years old as of 6 November 2020. She was born Patina Renea Miller in 1984 in Pageland, South Carolina, United States.

Patina Miller Family – Education

She grew up in a single-parent household, was introduced to music at a young age, and sang in her local church’s gospel choir. She attended the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities before graduating from Carnegie Mellon University in 2006 with a degree in musical theatre, which she attended on a full scholarship.

Who is Patina Miller married to? – Wife

Miller married venture capitalist David Mars in New York City on June 14, 2014. Miller’s mother, Robin Burch, a Baptist minister, officiated at the ceremony. Emerson Harper, their daughter, was born on August 9, 2017, in New York City.

Patina Miller Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $5 Million.

How tall is Patina Miller?

She stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in.

Patina Miller Sister Act

She appeared as aspiring singer Deloris Van Cartier in the Sister Act is a musical based on the hit 1992 film of the same name Sister Act.


Deloris Van Cartier is crowned 1978’s ‘Lady Fabulous.’ Her gangster boyfriend Curtis Shank’s nightclub is where she is seen performing. She ends her relationship with Shank and leaves Philadelphia to pursue her dreams on her own. She arrives at Shank just in time to witness him and his crew shooting someone they believe has “squealed” about them to the cops. Deloris is sent to a convent and told she will never see her boyfriend again. Following the death of the previous owner, the convent is shown to be in need of reconstruction. After a fight breaks out in a bar, nuns are sent back to the convent. Deloris is told that she must join the choir and teach the nuns to sing. The nuns sing a fast-paced hymn, which raises more funds for the church. The Mother Superior is appalled at how the simple traditional choir has evolved and become modern.

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Patina Miller

She was the lead player in the American Repertory Theater production of Pippin, from which she Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical.


The musical tells the story of Pippin, a young prince on a quest for meaning and significance, through the lens of a mysterious performance troupe led by the Leading Player. The protagonist, Pippin, and his father, Charlemagne, are based on real-life individuals from the early Middle Ages, though the plot is fictitious and contains no historical accuracy about either. Motown Records helped fund a portion of the show. Pippin’s original run is the 36th longest-running Broadway show as of April 2019.

Patina Miller Into the Woods

She appeared as The Witch in the musical with music and lyrics Into the Woods. The plots of several Brothers Grimm fairy tales are intertwined in the musical, which explores the consequences of the characters’ wishes and quests. A story involving a childless baker and his wife and their quest to start a family (the original beginning of The Grimm Brothers’ “Rapunzel”), their interaction with a witch who has placed a curse on them, and their interaction with other storybook characters during their journey binds the musical together.

Patina Miller Movies

♦ 2015 – The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2
♦ 2014 – The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1

Patina Miller TV Shows

♦ 2021 – Power Book III: Raising Kanan
♦ 2017 – Mercy Street
♦ 2016–present – Word Party
♦ 2014–19 – Madam Secretary
♦ 2012 – Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
♦ 2007–08 – All My Children

Patina Miller Theatre

♦ 2019 – Into The Woods
♦ 2013–14 – Pippin
♦ 2012 – Lost in the Stars
♦ 2011–12 – Sister Act
♦ 2010 – Sister Act
♦ 2009 – Putting It Together
♦ 2008 – Hair
♦ 2007 – Sister Act
♦ 2006 – Sister Act