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Ben Miller stars in "Primeval" on BBC America as James Lester. The Home Office official responsible for the ARC team, Lester is still as dry and sarcastic as ever this series. Beneath Lester's sardonic exterior, he cares about his people, even if he rarely shows it. After losing much of his team, he is forced to answer to Philip Burton — the new private-sector partner in the ARC. We can't help but wonder, why did Lester really accept this job?

Educated at Cambridge University, Ben Miller is one
Ben Miller
Ben Miller
Ben Miller - © John Carey
of Britain's most highly respected actors. Co-founder of the Panic Theatre Company, Ben has appeared in numerous stage productions, including "Hamlet" and "The Heartbreak Kid."

His many film and television credits include "Johnny English" opposite Rowan Atkinson, "The Prince & Me," "Birthday Girl" with Nicole Kidman, and "Moving Wallpaper." Miller also co-wrote and starred in the British comedy series "Armstrong & Miller."

With a critically acclaimed starring role in "Malice Aforethought," Ben has also appeared in "The Book Group," "Popetown" and "The Worst Week of My Life." Ben was the script editor and originating director on Steve Coogan's series "Saxondale" for the BBC. A popular comedian, Ben has also made countless television stand-up comedic appearances and guest spots in Britain.

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Age: 50 years old
Birthday: February 24, 1966
Height: 5' 9"
Full Name / Real Name: Bennet Miller
Birthplace: London, England, UK
Wife: Belinda Stewart-Wilson

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