Ruthie Ann Miles

Ruthie Ann  Miles

Ruthie Ann Miles

RUTHIE ANN MILES is an Asian-American actress best known for her work in theatre. Her Broadway credits include the recent revival of Sunday In The Park With George and The King And I, for which she won a Tony Award and Grammy nomination. She is also known for originating the role of Imelda Marcos in David Byrne's discotheque Here Lies Love, for which she won the Lucille Lortel and Theatre World Awards.

On television, Ms. Miles has been seen as Young Hee in FX's Emmy-nominated season 4 of "The Americans," as well as in "Elementary." She reads the audiobook "The Tea Girl Of Hummingbird Lane" by Lisa See (Simon and Schuyler, 2017.) Ms. Miles has sung with the San Francisco Symphony and The New York Pops, and is ecstatic to now perform with such prestigious company with the historic and beloved Boston Pops.

Ms. Miles grew up in Kaimuki, Honolulu, is of Korean/Caucasian-mixed descent, and is an advocate for seeing equal opportunities arise on stage and screen, specifically for Asian-Americans. She holds her Masters in Music from NYU Steinhardt, and she lives in Brooklyn with her husband and daughter. She is most grateful to Sarna Lapine and David Loud for this incredible opportunity, and hopes you enjoy Sondheim On Sondheim. For more info, please visit her website and connect with @RuthieAnnMiles (.com) on the social medias.