Suzie Miller is a contemporary international playwright, librettist, and screenwriter drawn to complex human stories often exploring injustice. She has often been described as a courageous writer and won the Australian Writers’ Guild and Kit Denton Fellowship for Writing with Courage in 2008. Born in Melbourne Australia, she now resides between London UK, and Sydney Australia.
Miller has been produced around the world winning multiple prestigious awards. Her most recent play Prima Facie (premiered 2019, Griffin Theatre) won the 2020 Australian Writers’ Guild Award for Drama; the 2020 David Williamson Award for Outstanding Theatre Writing; and the 2020 prestigious Major Australian Writers’ Guild Award across all categories of theatre, film and television. Its premier production earned 5-star reviews across all platforms.
Australian/British Suzie has a background in law and science and is currently developing major theatre, film, and television projects across the UK, USA, and Australia. Suzie worked as a human rights lawyer and a children’s rights lawyer before leaving the law and moving to London in 2010 with her young family to pursue a theatre writing career full time and she now resides between both London and Sydney.