Born: Hattiesburg, Mississippi, USA
Miles Christopher Doleac (born November 26, 1975) is an American film and television actor, director, writer and producer. Along with his film career, he is also a singer, songwriter, theater actor, author, and professor. He has had acting roles in several films and television shows since 2011 including Treme, Sleepy Hollow, American Horror Story, Salem, Complications, Roots, and several episodes of the CW's Containment. He also has acting roles in the recent films The Magnificent Seven and Don't Kill It. Miles Doleac is the founder of Historia films, the production company which produced The Historian (2014), The Hollow (2016), and Demons, due out in later 2017. He was the writer, director, producer and an actor in all three films. Doleac holds a PhD in Ancient history from Tulane University. He is an assistant professor of classics at the University of Southern Mississippi. He has published a book on Alexander the Great.
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