Stout Native-American actress known for her portrayal of Marilyn Whirlwind on the series "Northern Exposure". Miles, who is one-half Cayuse and one-half Nez Perce, began her acting career after her mo...
|Northern Exposure (1988-1994)||Actor||Marilyn Whirlwind||1988||1|
|Scattering Dad (1996-1997)||Actor||Elaine||1996||1|
|The Business of Fancydancing||Actor||Kim||1|
|Feature acting debut as the housekeeper in "Mad Love"|
|Made acting debut as receptionist Marilyn Whirlwind on CBS "Northern Exposure"|
|Appeared in "Skins", helmed by Chris Eyre and screened at Sundance|
|Grew up as a member of the Umatilla tribe, one of three living on her reservation|
|Played supporting role in "Smoke Signals", the first mainstream feature written, directed and starring American Indians, directed by Chris Eyre and screened at Sundance|
|Had featured role in the CBS movie "Scattering Dad"|
|Armenia Miles||Mother||auditioned for the role of Marilyn but lost to her daughter; cast instead in the recurring role of Mrs. Anku on "Northern Exposure"|
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