Jason C. Miller

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Jason C. Miller
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Jason Charles Miller at Wasteland Weekend in California City, California 2017
Background information
Birth nameJason Charles Miller
Born (1972-01-05) January 5, 1972 (age 47)
Cheverly, Maryland, US
GenresCountry, southern rock, rock, americana, industrial, electronic, alternative metal
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter, musician, voice actor
InstrumentsVocals, guitar
Associated actsGodhead

Jason Charles Miller (born January 5, 1972)[1] is an American singer-songwriter known for his solo albums[2] as well as being the lead vocalist and guitarist of the industrial rock band[3] Godhead.[4] He is a voice actor in various animation and video games. He is also part of the duo The Deadly Grind.[5] He has since begun a music career in the country music genre.

Early life[edit]

Miller was born in Cheverly, Maryland.[6] In 1977, at the age of 5, Miller moved with his family to Clifton, Virginia where he would spend the remainder of his youth.[7] Miller began singing opera music and playing the guitar while young, and began performing when he was six.[7] He has three step brothers and one step sister.


Miller is frontman and founder of the industrial rock band Godhead which was the only band signed to Marilyn Manson’s Posthuman Records.[7] Under Posthuman Records, Godhead released their fourth studio album 2000 Years of Human Error, which has sold over 100,000 albums in the United States. While a member of Godhead, Miller toured the world with Marilyn Manson, Ozzy Osbourne, Black Sabbath, Disturbed, GWAR, Slipknot, Rammstein, Linkin Park, and Jonathan Davis (Korn).[7] In 2002, Godhead's song "Penetrate" was re-released on the Queen of the Damned soundtrack under Warner Music Group.[4] The song earned Miller a Golden Record Award for sales. The band has sold over 250,000 albums worldwide.[8]

After more than a decade as frontman of Godhead, Miller began creating music as a solo artist. On October 27, 2009, Miller released his first solo EP, Last To Go Home under Count Mecha Music.[9] On October 10, 2011, Miller released his first solo album, Uncountry.[9] On July 3, 2012, Miller released his second full-length studio album entitled Natural Born Killer under Count Mecha Music.[9] In 2004, Miller collaborated with Ben Moody and Jason 'Gong' Jones of Drowning Pool for the song "The End Has Come", which appeared on the soundtrack of the film The Punisher and earned Miller his second Golden Record Award for sales.[7] Miller has also appeared on multiple Cleopatra Records tribute albums along with Julian Beeston, formerly of Nitzer Ebb. Miller's music was featured in the pilot of Hung. Miller was asked by Bret Michaels to remix the Rock of Love theme song for the Poison frontman's Custom Made solo album. Miller's songwriting can be heard on the WWE Smackdown theme "Hangman," which was recorded by (and co-written with) the rock band Rev Theory. In May 2012, Miller released the single "Up To Me".[10] Miller has been featured in magazines such as Rolling Stone, Billboard, Guitar World, and Inside Kung Fu. He has appeared on MTV, MTV2, Fuse TV, and VH1.[7]

Miller relocated to Los Angeles in 2001, where he owns a recording studio and works as a recording artist, writer and producer, voice-over artist and actor. Splitting time between Los Angeles and Nashville, his love for country and blues music has intensified, as has the influence of those that have defined his musical roots: Johnny Cash, Neil Young, Kris Kristofferson, Merle Haggard, Fleetwood Mac, Bad Company. His first single, "You Get What You Pay For," was featured in the HBO hit series True Blood,[11] and included appearances from Felicia Day and Greg Grunberg in its music video.[12] The Uncountry music video features guests such as Robert Picardo and Grant Imahara.[13]

As a voice actor, Miller has appeared in over 100 animated productions and video games. Some of his credits include work on World of Warcraft, Wonder Woman, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Hellsing, Read or Die and the Nickelodeon produced Avatar: The Last Airbender.[14] His film credits include Danny Roane: First Time Director, the 2008 remake of Day of the Dead and the Sci Fi Channel's Battle Planet.[14] He worked on a cover album from the fighting game series Guilty Gear, titled Guilty Gear XX in N.Y. Vocal Edition, where he supplied vocals over the instrumentals to create a full vocal album.[15] In 2011, he lent his vocals to another cover album, this time for BlazBlue, the successive fighting game series to Guilty Gear, titles BlazBlue in L.A. Vocal Edition.[14] He provided the voice of Robert Kendo in Capcom's video game Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles for the Wii.[14] In 2011, he appeared in an episode of the web series The Guild.[16] His voice can be heard in the digital collectible card game by Blizzard Entertainment, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft.[7] Since 2017, he is part of the duo The Deadly Grind.[5]

Godhead discography[edit]

Solo discography[edit]

The Deadly Grind discography[edit]

  • Songs from Foreververse (2017)


Year Film Role
2014 Attack on Titan Gelgar
The Legend of Korra The Sheriff (S3,E2)[17][18]
2013 Lagrange: The Flower of Rin-ne Sota Serizawa
Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan: Demon Capital Itaku
One Piece Berry Good
Wolf Children Radio News Announcer, Additional Voices
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2 Fireman, Liquor Store Owner
2012 Batman: The Brave and the Bold Doll Man, Black Condor
Puella Magi Madoka Magica Nakazawa, Additional Voices
Aquarion Evol Altair Pilot
2011 Yu Gi Oh! Zexal Clockwork Shinigami, Iron Ai Ai
2009 Wonder Woman Thraxx
Ghost Slayers Ayashi OVA – Teizan Mizawa
Monster Max Steindorf
2008 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion Kousetsu Urabe
Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit Jin
Avatar: The Last Airbender Scary Prisoner, Thug, Head Guard, Dai Li Agent (6 episodes)
2007 Higurashi When They Cry Yoshiro Sonozaki
Gun Sword Kujyo, Zakota
Ikki Tousen Hannoh
Rozen Maiden Yamamoto, Enju
2006 Otogi Zoshi Keibiishi
Patlabor: The Movie Hiromi Yamazaki, Yamadera
Patlabor 2: The Movie Hiromi Yamazaki
Hellsing Ultimate Policeman Simon (Ep. 1), Round Table Member 4 (Ep. 2), Wild Geese (Ep. 3)[19]
2004 DearS Hironobu Nonaka
Dead Leaves 777
Naoki Urasawa's Monster Max Steindorf
Paranoia Agent Security Guard, Maromi fan
Girls Bravo Young Gangster
2003 Texnolyze Shinji
Read or Die Eliot, Stephen
Mermaid Forest Sakagami Pirate
Samurai Resurrection Senpachi
2002 Bakuto Sengen Daigunder Linian
Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd Gig Mihashi
Daigunder Linian, Reporter
2001 Read or Die Obnoxious Pilot
Hellsing Soldier X, various monsters
2000 Boys Be Yuuki Okizaki
1999 Attack the Gas Station Paint
Video Games
Year Game Role
2015 Neverwinter: Underdark Drizzt Do’Urden[17][18]
2014 Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Loot Hoarder, Bloodmage Thalnos, Acolyte of Pain, Druid of the Claw, Blood Knight
2013 Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Raubahn Aldynn (as J.C. Miller), Corguevias
2012 Guild Wars 2 Ben Tenstrikes, Stefan Baruch, Seneschal Elam, Big Nose Ted
Dragon’s Dogma Ser Wesley, Ser Jakys
2011 Diablo III Radek the Fence/Bennoc
Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen Kazama, Kenobi Ninja
2010–14 Street Fighter series Guy (voice: English version) (as J.C. Miller)
2010 StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Officer #2
World of Warcraft: Cataclysm Hagrim Hopebreaker/Terrath the Steady
Star Trek Online Kal Dano
2009 Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles Robert Kendo
2008 World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King Prince Valanar/Commander Stoutbeard/Thalorien Dawnseeker
The Last Remnant Various Characters
Live Action and TV
Year Film/Series Role
2018 Vampire: The Masquerade - L.A. By Night Strikes a Chord
2016 Critical Role Garthok
2013 LearningTown Bartender
2012 My Gimpy Life Teale's Friend
2011 The Jeff Lewis 5 Minute Comedy Hour Travis
The Guild Jason Miller
2008 Day of the Dead Zombie (Uncredited)
2007 Everyday Joe Joe
2006 Danny Roane: First Time Director Charles Brown
Hollywood Kills Bartender
Backlash Assassin
2005 The Curse of El Charro Dancing Albino


  1. ^ https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1390709/bio Jason Miller's biography on IMDb
  2. ^ http://wn.com/jason_charles_miller_un_country_official_video
  3. ^ http://www.allmusic.com/artist/godhead-p169878 Allmusic entry on Godhead
  4. ^ a b Godhead official website
  5. ^ a b @thedeadlygrind (June 19, 2017). "Look at us! We're @TheDeadlyGrind! Guess where we got our name from..." (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  6. ^ "Jason Miller". IMDb. Retrieved May 2, 2016.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g "Jason Charles Miller » Bio". www.jasoncharlesmiller.com. Retrieved May 2, 2016.
  8. ^ visceralindustry.com, Site design and technology by. "The Official Godhead Website". www.godhead.com. Retrieved May 2, 2016.
  9. ^ a b c "Jason Charles Miller on iTunes". iTunes. Retrieved May 2, 2016.
  10. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on July 28, 2014. Retrieved May 24, 2012. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  11. ^ Bio from Jason's official website
  12. ^ Jason Charles Miller (August 16, 2010), Jason Charles Miller - "You Get What You Pay For" (True Blood Version), retrieved May 2, 2016
  13. ^ Jason Charles Miller (September 3, 2011), Jason Charles Miller - "Uncountry" (Official Video), retrieved May 2, 2016
  14. ^ a b c d "Jason Miller". IMDb. Retrieved May 2, 2016.
  15. ^ Interview with Jason Miller at WickedInfo.com Archived May 10, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
  16. ^ Geek & Sundry (May 1, 2012), The Guild S5 Ep4: Ends and Begins, retrieved May 2, 2016
  17. ^ a b "Jason Charles Miller » Acting". www.jasoncharlesmiller.com. Retrieved March 27, 2016.
  18. ^ a b "Jason Miller". IMDb. Retrieved March 27, 2016.
  19. ^ "Hellsing Ultimate III". Hellsing Ultimate. Episode 3. October 4, 2014. Adult Swim.

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