Miles Teller Net Worth & Biography




Miles Teller is an American actor. His films include The Spectacular Now, Whiplash, The Divergent Series, Bleed for This and Thank You for Your Service.

Miles Teller gained mainstream attention after appearing in the 2010 movie Rabbit Hole. He was chosen by Nicole Kidman for the role in this movie. As of , Miles Teller has an estimated net worth of about $15M.

At a Glance

Full name: Miles Alexander Teller

Other names: Miles Teller

Birthday: February 20, 1987


Net worth: $15M

Occupation: Actor.

Nationality: United States of America.

Net Worth

Miles Teller acheived great success in hollywood at an young age. Until today he starred in many successful movies. Teller starred in the stage musical Footloose in high school. He later starred in the 2011 remake film of the same name. He starred in 21 & Over, and The Spectacular Now opposite Shailene Woodley. As of , Miles Teller has an estimated net worth of about $15M.

Early life

Teller was born in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. His mother, Merry, is a real estate agent, and his father, Michael, is a nuclear power plant engineer. He has two older sisters, Erin and Dana.

His paternal grandfather was of Russian-Jewish descent, and his ancestry also includes English and Irish. The family moved to Citrus County, Florida, when Teller was twelve.

He lived in Pennsylvania and Delaware. At Lecanto High School, he played the alto saxophone in a rock band, was a drummer for a church-youth group band, and was president of the drama club.

He also played piano and guitar, and was on the baseball team, hoping to turn professional. Teller worked as a server at a restaurant called Crackers.

He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at New York University Tisch School of the Arts, and studied method acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute.

In 2007, Teller was a passenger in a car that lost control at 80 mph and flipped eight times. He has multiple scars on his face from the accident.

Favorite Quotes from Miles Teller

“I don’t know if there’s an actors’ slow-pitch softball league I could join. My agency has a team, but they say it would be a conflict of interest for the people they rep to play because I could hit a pop-up and they’d have to drop it on purpose.” – Miles Teller
“So I think that in the beginning of your career you’re just looking to work. Luckily for me, my first movie was ‘Rabbit Hole’ and I got to work with incredible people, a Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, John Cameron Mitchell, and all the actors involved. So it’s tough, man, because you want to have credibility.” – Miles Teller
“When I was in high school, there was ‘Superbad’ and ‘The Girl Next Door’ and ‘Wedding Crashers’ and all these great movies. You hope to be a part of something that’s smart, funny and in that Todd Phillips-vein. You want to make something like ‘Superbad.’ That movie was so good and so funny.” – Miles
“First play I ever did was ‘Footloose.’ I played the part of Willard when I was 16. I think I wore my drama teacher’s jeans and her belt – that’s how small I was. I know a lot of Willard’s backstory from the musical that’s not explored in the film. Like he’s got this whole relationship with his mama, and he sings this song ‘Mama Says.” – Miles Teller
“For me, I still have feelings for all of my ex-girlfriends. In different parts of my life, I would miss that person. There’s something that drew me to that person, and I shared something with them.” – Miles Teller


Teller appeared in many short films. After graduating from Tisch School of the Arts in 2009, he made his film debut Rabbit Hole, after Nicole Kidman handpicked him for the role.

In Damien Chazelle's second film Whiplash, Teller played a drummer who tries to impress his abusive jazz teacher (J. K. Simmons). The film was released in 2014.

He was nominated for the Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Actor, the Satellite Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture and the BAFTA Rising Star Award.

Teller received further recognition for playing Peter Hayes in Divergent, followed by the film's sequels Insurgent and Allegiant. He played Mister Fantastic in the reboot film Fantastic Four. Teller played arms dealer David Packouz in War Dogs, and Vinny Paz in the biopic boxer film Bleed for This (2016). He starred in two biopic films, Only the Brave and Thank You for Your Service.