Kara Miller

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Kara Miller
Born Kara K.J. Miller
Occupation TV Host, Comedian, Filmmaker
Years active 2005–present
Website http://www.TheLifestylista.com

Kara Miller is the Creator of The Lifestylista.[1] She is a Health & Wellness expert, TV Host and Writer & Director working in film and television.[2] She is also credited as K. J. Miller.[3]


Kara Miller was born in Jamaica and educated in Jamaica and in Barbados at Harrison College high school. At 16, she went to the United World College of the Atlantic and then to Oxford University.


Miller's directing credits[3] include: Nobody The Great (Winner of Cinequest Film Festival’s Viewers’ Voice Audience Award for ‘Best Feature Film’); award-winning short films (Cheese Makes You Dream, Elephant Palm Tree and How to Make Friends) have been aired on HBO and the BBC and have screened at film festivals such as Sundance Film Festival, Berlin Film Festival and London Film Festival.

She is on the Board of Directors of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts BAFTA, Los Angeles.[4]


Miller's writing credits include: Lolapalooza, in development with Working Title Films; Boo! (BBC) and Jim Jam & Sunny (ITV). She also has numerous writing credits in theatre[5] and BBC Radio 4Letting Yourself Go (White Open Spaces) was nominated for a South Bank Show Award.

Winner of a Breakthrough Brit Award [6][7] and the Hitchcock Award, the Screen Nation "Best Emerging Talent" award and was shortlisted for the BBC’s New Filmmaker Award.

Kara Miller has appeared on several shows including Channel 4’s 50 Films To See Before You Die[8] and Trailblazers.


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