|Born||24 June 1955|
Sherry Miller (born 24 June 1955) is a Canadian actress best known for her role as Jane on the CTV drama E.N.G. (1990), as Jennifer Taylor on the Showtime drama Queer As Folk (2000–2005), and as Dorothy O'Sullivan on the Global teen drama The Best Years (2007–2009).
Miller began her career in the 1970s as a singer and dancer, gaining attention throughout Canada for her role in television commercials for Spumante Bambino wine and as a host of the children's series Polka Dot Door. In 1979 Miller began her acting career, which includes an appearance in Sofia Coppola's The Virgin Suicides and a 2001 Gemini Award for " Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series" for her work as Elisha Cuthbert's mother in Lucky Girl.
Miller is best known for her recurring role as Justin's mother Jennifer Taylor on the American version of Queer As Folk, which she played during the entire run of the series from 2000 to 2005. She also appeared on the television series E.N.G. as weather reporter/anchor person Jane Oliver, and the 2004 miniseries Kingdom Hospital as sleep psychologist Dr. Lona Massingale.
Sherry Miller has been nominated for four Gemini awards, one of which she won. In both 1990 and 1992, Miller was nominated for "Best Performance by a Supporting Actress" for her role as Jane Oliver on the television show E.N.G. In 2001, Miller won a Gemini for her performance in Lucky Girl in the category of "Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series". In 2002, Miller received another Gemini nomination in the same category for her role as Lisa Gallagher in A Killing Spring.
- Love's Complicated (2016) as Mrs. Townsend
- I'll Follow You Down (2014) as Mrs. Moore
- Ice Blues (2008) as Joan Lenigan
- It's a Boy Girl Thing (2006) as Katherine Bedworth
- This Time Around (2003) as Mary Ann McNally
- Crossing the Line (2002) as Jennifer Blackstone
- Too Young to Be a Dad (2002) as Juliana Howell
- A Killing Spring (2002) as Lisa Gallagher
- Murder Among Friends (2001) as Marsha Woodruff
- Tart (2001) as Jane Logan
- Lucky Girl (2001) as Valerie Palmerston
- Laughter on the 23rd Floor (2001) as Faye
- Tribulation (2000) as Suzie Canboro
- Harry's Case (2000)
- Strange Justice (1999) as Susan Deller Ross
- Sofia Coppola's The Virgin Suicides (1999) as Mrs. Buell
- Scandalous Me: The Jacqueline Susann Story (1998) as Bea Cole
- Dead Husbands (1998) as Nicole Allison
- This Matter of Marriage (1998) as Donnalee
- La Femme Nikita (1997) as Helen Wick
- Shadow Zone: The Undead Express (1996) as Mom
- The Care and Handling of Rose (1996) as Brooke
- The Stupids (1996) as Anchorwoman
- Hostile Advances: The Kerry Ellison Story (1996) as Jean
- Sabrina The Teenage Witch (1996) as Aunt Hilda
- Rent-a-Kid (1995) as Valerie Syracuse
- Johnny Mnemonic (1995) as Takahashi's Secretary
- Thicker Than Blood: The Larry McLinden Story (1994) as Linda
- E.N.G. (1990) as Jane Oliver
- Separate Vacations (1986) as Sandy
- Utilities (1981) as Celebrity
- Open Heart - (2015) Season 1 as Helena Blake
- Bitten - (2014) Season 1 (4 episodes) as Olivia McAdams
- Warehouse 13 - (2009) Episode 1 'Pilot' as Lorna Soliday
- The Listener - (2009)(guest star S01ep11) as Mrs Wallace
- jPod - (2008) Season 1 as Carol Jarlewski
- The Best Years - (2007–2009) as Dorothy O'Sullivan
- The Dresden Files - (2007-2008) Season 1 as Monica Cutler / Mrs. Cutler
- Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital - (2004) as Dr. Lona Massingale
- Tom Stone - (2002-2004) as Inspector Alexandra Black
- Queer as Folk- (2000–2005) as Jennifer Taylor
- Relic Hunter - (1999) as Sister Mary (1 episode)
- F/X: The Series - (1996–1997) as Colleen O'Malley
- Highlander: The Series - (1994) as Sarah Carter in the Season 3 episode, Obsession.
- Polka Dot Door (1971) as Host
- "Geminis (winners only) / Sherry Miller". Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television. Retrieved 18 November 2009.
- Dulmage, Bill (November 2009). "Television Station History / Ontario, Toronto and Vicinity / CIII-TV, Toronto, CanWest Communications". Canadian Communications Foundation. Retrieved 18 November 2009.
- "Awards for Sherry Miller". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 9 November 2011.