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William Miller (footballer, born 1996)

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Full name
William Finn Miller


1.68 m

Playing position
Attacking midfielder

64 kg

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Place of birth
Hackney, London, England

Current team
Burton Albion F.C. (#18 / Midfielder, Forward)

Movies and TV shows

Date of birth
(1996-06-08) 8 June 1996 (age 25)

Trent Alexander Arnold, Ademola Lookman, Janine Wood

Signing: Will Miller joins on loan

William Finn Miller (born 8 June 1996) is an English professional footballer and former actor, who plays as an attacking midfielder for Burton Albion on loan from Tottenham Hotspur.


Acting career

Miller rose to fame when he was chosen out of 700 applicants for the titular role in Oliver Twist, the BBC One Christmas adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic of the same name, broadcast in December 2007. Only 11 at the time he was then scouted by Tottenham Hotspur.

Miller starred as the lead character Sean in the 2009 British children's miniseries Runaway, broadcast on BBC One, which was part of the CBBC season about homelessness.


  • Krakatoa: The Last Days (2006) as Pieter Beijerinck
  • Oliver Twist (2007) as Oliver Twist
  • Runaway (2009) as Sean
  • The Kid (2010) as young Kevin
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    Football career

    Having previously played youth football for Leyton Orient, Miller featured regularly for Tottenham's Under-16 team over the course of the 2012–13 season before joining Tottenham full-time in the summer of 2013.

    On 21 September 2013, Miller was selected for an England under-18 squad for two matches against Hungary on 11 and 14 October 2013.

    On 25 August 2016, Miller joined Burton Albion on loan. His first goal for the club came on 10 September of the same year, a late equaliser against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

    Career statistics

    As of 17 September 2016.


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