Template:Infobox NFLactive Bronzell LaJames Miller (born October 12, 1971 in Seattle, Washington) is an entertainer and former professional American football player. Miller is an actor who has appeared in feature films including Bringing Down the House, Mr. 3000, Slow, The Luck of the Irish, as well as several other movies, television shows, and commercials. He also works as a print model for the YMCA of Greater New York and performed voice work for Milwaukee Radio Group.
A two-sport athlete, Miller played both college basketball and football from 1990–1992 at Eastern Arizona Junior College and Highline Community College. He then was given a full scholarship at the University of Utah, where he played college football for the Utes in 1993–1994. Miller received several honors and played in the East-West Shrine Game and the Freedom Bowl. Miller participated in the Utes' November 19, 1994 win over Brigham Young University.
Miller was drafted in the 1995 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams as a linebacker. During the season, he left the Rams to join the Jacksonville Jaguars. Following his NFL years, Miller joined the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League, where he lead his team to the Grey Cup Championship in 1998 playing defensive end. Miller retired from professional football in 2001, after a series of back and ankle injuries.