Christian Miller is a 10th grader enrolled at Canterbury School Fort Myers. He has been singing and acting since 5th grade. Throughout middle school and high school, he has been heavily involved in the arts. He began in 5th grade playing Charlie in ‘Willy Wonka the musical’ and discovered a love of performing. He went to All-State Chorus his 7th and 8th grade year, and had the privilege of performing a solo at the State performance his 7th grade year.
In seventh grade he also performed as Tom Of Warwick in the Broadway travelling production of Camelot and had the opportunity of working with a professional cast. It was a thrill!
He performed in A Christmas Story: The Musical in Winter 2017 at the Broadway Palm playing Ralphie.
He joined the Mastersingers Youth Choir in 2016 and is planning to continue with them until his senior year. He is the proud recipient of the Ruth Ann DeMaster scholarship and in 2017 won in 2 categories for the Young Artists awards for classical voice and for contemporary voice/ musical theater.
Other activities he likes to do is play soccer, fish, and hang out with his friends. He aspires to perform when he gets older and continue his love of the arts.