Miles Snow was born in Raleigh, North Carolina and has always had a passion for the arts. After graduating high school, Miles returned to Raleigh to attend NC State University School of Graphic Design. He also took acting classes there and fell in love with performing.
After working as crew on various film sets and attending various acting workshops Miles caught breaks in short films and eventually independent features. Highlights include Ken Cohen’s “My Face,” “Liquid Lungs,” and “Like Emmy,” (Myrtle Beach SC) “Fix it in Post” (Apex NC) for Christine Parker and Bill Mulligan and “Thumb War” (Cary NC) an award winning mockumentary movie about professional thumb wrestling directed by wife Lilly Nelson.
Favorite theatre ventures include Temple Theatre’s production of “Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming,” (Sanford NC) Patrick Marber’s “Closer” for Burning Coal Theatre (Raleigh NC), and a couple of seasons as George Bailey in “It’s a Wonderful Life” for The Gilbert (Fayetteville NC).
Miles is excited and honored to be part of Jest!