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July 29, 1980
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Macaulay Culkin (m. 1998–02)|
|Parents||Peter Miner (father)|
|Relatives||Worthington Miner (grandfather)
Frances Fuller (grandmother)
Miner's television credits include Vickie in Shining Time Station: 'Tis a Gift (1990), Michelle Bauer on Guiding Light (1989–1995), a guest starring role as Laurel in a Sex and the City episode, "Twenty-something Girls vs. Thirty-something Women" (1999) and Astrid in NY-LON (2004).
From 2009 to 2013, Miner played the Meg Masters demon in Supernatural. She first appeared in "Sympathy for the Devil", the fifth season premiere, and the same season's tenth episode "Abandon All Hope". She reprised the role in season six's "Caged Heat", and season seven's "The Born-Again Identity", with further appearances in "Reading is Fundamental" and the season finale "Survival of the Fittest". She appeared again in the eighth season's "Goodbye Stranger".
Among her theater credits are Jennifer in Laura Cahill's Naked Faith: The Way at Naked Angels in New York (1994), Margot Frank (replacing original cast member Missy Yager) in The Diary of Anne Frank on Broadway (1997), Rivkele in Donald Margulies's adaptation of Sholem Asch's God of Vengeance at ACT Theatre in Seattle (2000), Sandy in Rebecca Gilman's Blue Surge at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago (2001) and at The Public Theater in New York (2002).
A third generation Miner in show business, she is the daughter of director and teacher Peter Miner and the granddaughter of director/producer Worthington Miner and actress Frances Fuller. In 1998 she married Home Alone actor Macaulay Culkin. The marriage ended in divorce four years later. At DallasCon 2013, Miner announced that she suffers from Multiple Sclerosis.
|1990||Alice||12-year old Alice|
|1990||Shining Time Station: 'Tis A Gift||Vickie||TV Movie|
|1997||Henry Fool||Girl in Library No. 3|
|1999||Joe the King||Patty|
|2001||Bully||Lisa Connelly||Won – Stockholm Film Festival for Best Actress|
|2005||Man of God||Karen Cohen||Direct to-DVD|
|2005||Little Athens||Allison||Direct to-DVD|
|2006||Fatwa||Cassie Davidson||Direct to-DVD|
|2006||Love & Debate||Sophia||Direct to-DVD|
|2006||The Black Dahlia||Martha Linscott|
|2006||Onion Underwater||Tara||Short film|
|2006||Penny Dreadful||Penny Deerborn|
|2007||The Still Life||Robin|
|2007||The Blue Hour||Julie|
|2007||The Memory Thief||Mira||Direct to-DVD|
|2007||Tooth & Nail||Neon||Direct to-DVD|
|2008||The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations||Jenna Reid||Direct to-DVD|
|2009||Life of Lemon||Esther||Direct to-DVD|
|2010||The Love Affair||Karen Hall||Short film|
|2010||Love & Distrust||Terri||Direct to-DVD|
|2011||51||Sgt. Hannah||TV Movie|
|2011||Elwood||Lulu Palu||Short Film|
|2012||In Their Skin||Jane|
|2013||East of Acadia||Clair|
|1990–1995||The Guiding Light||Michelle Bauer||50 episodes
Won – Young Artist Award for Best Young Actress in a Daytime Series (1992, 1994)
|1995||American Experience||Voice Actor - Multiple Roles||Episode: "The Orphan Trains"|
|1999||Sex and the City||Laurel||Episode: "Twenty-Something Girls vs. Thirty-Something Women"|
|2005||Bones||Mary Costello||Episode: "The Girl in the Fridge"|
|2006||Medium||Emilia 'Lia' Purcell||Episode: "Lucky in Love"|
|2006||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Valerie Whitehall||Episode: "Rashomama"|
|2006||Without a Trace||Julia Martic||Episode: "Damage Done"|
|2008||Fear Itself||Chelsea||Episode: "The Sacrifice"|
|2008||The Cleaner||Sarah Gibbons||Episode: "The Eleventh Hour"|
|2008||Life||Squeaky Uhry||Episode: "Canyon Flowers"|
|2009||CSI: Miami||Tammy Witten||Episode: "Presumed Guilty"|
|2009||Psycho Girlfriend||Meagan||Episode: "The New Girl"|
|2009–2010||The Online Gamer||Beth||2 episodes|
|2010||Cold Case||Anna Coulson||Episode: "Two Weddings"|
|2010||No Ordinary Family||Rebecca Jessup||Episode: "No Ordinary Quake"|
|2010||Terriers||Eleanor Gosney||2 episodes|
|2010||Army Wives||Jasmine Wilkes||Episode: "Deadly Force"|
|2011||Criminal Minds||Molly Grandin||Episode: "Today I Do"|
|2011–2012||Sons of Anarchy||Dawn Trager||2 episodes|
- "He's not home alone now. (teen actors Rachel Miner and Macaulay Culkin, both 17, announce their marriage intentions. Highbeam.com. 1998-04-13. Retrieved 2009-08-07.
- Friedman, Roger (August 20, 2002). "Macaulay Culkin's Happy 'Ending'". Fox News.com. Retrieved 2010-02-21.