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Miles Millar was a British producer and writer who, along with his writing partner Alfred Gough, produced a large number of sequels and reboots. He was best known for co-creating the popular superhero drama "Smallville" (WB 2001-2011). Millar was born in 1967 in the United Kingdom. He attended Christ's College, Cambridge before moving to the United States to attend the Peter Stark Producing Program at the University of Southern California. It was there that he met Al Gough, and the duo wrote the buddy-cop film "Mango" while in the program. Though the film was never made, the script brought them to Hollywood's attention after it was purchased by New Line Cinema. Millar and Gough continued their buddy cop work on "Lethal Weapon 4" (1998), the fourth installment of the Mel Gibson-starring franchise. In 2001, they developed the TV series "Smallville," based on the Superman comics. A critical and popular success, the series ran for ten seasons. Continuing in the superhero realm, they wrote "Spider Man-2" alongside novelist Michael Chabon, which starred Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst. Millar and Gough paired up once again for a reboot of the '60s Disney talking car franchise starring Lindsay Lohan,...

Miles Millar was a British producer and writer who, along with his writing partner Alfred Gough, produced a large number of sequels and reboots. He was best known for co-creating the popular superhero drama "Smallville" (WB 2001-2011). Millar was born in 1967 in the United Kingdom. He attended Christ's College, Cambridge before moving to the United States to attend the Peter Stark Producing Program at the University of Southern California. It was there that he met Al Gough, and the duo wrote the buddy-cop film "Mango" while in the program. Though the film was never made, the script brought them to Hollywood's attention after it was purchased by New Line Cinema. Millar and Gough continued their buddy cop work on "Lethal Weapon 4" (1998), the fourth installment of the Mel Gibson-starring franchise. In 2001, they developed the TV series "Smallville," based on the Superman comics. A critical and popular success, the series ran for ten seasons. Continuing in the superhero realm, they wrote "Spider Man-2" alongside novelist Michael Chabon, which starred Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst. Millar and Gough paired up once again for a reboot of the '60s Disney talking car franchise starring Lindsay Lohan, "Herbie: Fully Loaded" (2005). After writing the action-adventure sequel "The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor" (2008), Millar and Gough penned the science fiction thriller "I Am Number Four" (2011). After a short-lived reboot of "Charlie's Angels" (ABC 2011) was quickly canceled, Millar and Gough moved to cable with the fantasy adventure "Into the Badlands" (AMC 2015- ).

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2001:
Co-created hit CW series 'Smallville' with Alfred Gough.
2011:
Co-wrote science fiction thriller "I Am Number Four"
2015:
Co-created AMC series "Into the Badlands."

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