Sherry Miller

Sherry Miller is a famous Canadian actress, and she is much significantly known for the Jane Oliver role in the Canadian drama E.N.G during the year 1990. Sherry was born in the year 1955 on 24th June.

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Singing and dancing were at the forefront of Miller's career when she began her career in the 1970s. It wasn't long before she was well-known on Canadian television as the face of Spumante Bambino wine in commercials and as the host of the kids' show Polka Dot Door. She also appears in Sofia Coppola's film The Virgin Suicides. She won a Gemini Award in 2001 for Best Role by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Miniseries for her performance in Lucky Girl. She played Elisha Cuthbert's mother.

In the American version of Queer As Folk, which aired from 2000 to 2005, she played Jennifer Taylor, Justin's mother, for the show's whole run. Other television appearances include the E.N.G. as weather reporter/anchorperson Jane Oliver and Kingdom Hospital as sleep psychologist Dr. Lona Massingale in the 2004 miniseries.

From 1986 until 1988, Miller worked as an anchor for Global Television's newscasts.

She has appeared in many different roles, including Jennifer Taylor at Showtime Television, Show Queer as Folk in 2000 – 2005, and Dorothy O Sullivan in The Best Years in 2007 – 2009. She started her career as a dancer and a singer, and with her exuberant performances, Sherry scored the audience's attention across Canada. Her commercial roles in the television channels gained reputation and popularity.

Spumante Bambino Wine was a famous commercial of Sherry, and she was kept busy further with multiple roles and offers. In 1979, Miller gave her a successful venture as an actress while appearing in The Virgin Suicides by Sofia Coppola. Also, she won the prestigious Gemini Award in 2001 for her splendid supporting performance as Elisha Cuthbert's Mother in a Mini-Series Lucky Girl.

Miller is most popularly known for her regular appearance as Justin's Mom called Jennifer Taylor in the American interpretation Queer as Folk. Throughout this series, Sherry played a significant role that commenced from 2000 to 2005. On the other hand, Sherry performed as a weather reporter and anchor Jane Oliver in another T.V. series E.N.G. Further. She played a sleep psychologist role named Dr Lona Massingale in Miniseries Kingdom Hospital in 2004.

From 1986 to 1988, Sherry served as a host for the world-famous channel Global Television. She worked as a newscast at Global Television, and her career was successful with different roles and responsibilities. Right now, Sherry works as a realtor agent in Toronto.

Personal Life

Sherry started her career as a singer and dancer, and she didn't appear as an actress until she was 30 plus years of age. She enjoys reading and spends her free time with her family and reading her favorite books and magazines. Sherry Miller enjoys her time with her family. Miller always enjoys dancing and singing, hence why she has outshined as a successful artist. Throughout the advertising campaign "I Love Turtles", Sherry was the Turtles Girl. She is now living alone with her three children since her marriage was unsuccessful. Sherry's marriage ended up in divorce while she was separated from her husband.


Sherry has bagged many awards for her outstanding acting talents and performances as an actress and singer. Sherry was nominated for the prestigious Gemini Award four times, and finally, she won it once. In 1990 and 1992, Sherry was nominated to Gemini for being the best-supporting actress for sharing the screens as Jane Oliver in E.N.G. She won the 2011 Gemini Award for her splendid performance in Lucky Girl, which was a miniseries.

Quick Facts
Birth Date: 24 Jun, 1955
Age: 64 yrs
Occupations: Actor
Citizenship: Canada
Birth Place: Alberta
Gender: Female
Description: Canadian actress
Net Worth 2021: 3 million
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Last Modified: Feb 19 2023
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