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Jim Miller
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Full name Jim Miller
Nickname Big Jim
Sex Male
Birthdate March 7, 1976 (age 40)
Occupation Storyboard artist/supervisor, director
Voice roles King Sombra
Trouble Shoes
Goldengrape (S4E12, S4E21)
Website http://bigjimsucks.blogspot.com/

"Big" Jim Miller is a storyboard artist/supervisor and co-director for My Little Pony Friendship is Magic. He is credited as a storyboard artist and revisionist for season one, storyboard supervisor for seasons two and three and My Little Pony Equestria Girls, series co-director for season four and the first two episodes of season five. Miller is also the series director for the following 12 episodes of season five. Beginning with Canterlot Boutique, he takes over Jayson Thiessen's role as supervising director. He has also provided the voices of several characters.

Miller was first brought onto the show staff about halfway through season one as a storyboard artist. Due to his experience prior to working on My Little Pony, he was promoted to supervisor for season two onward.[1] Among his personal touches in storyboard revisions are Pinkie Pie's mane "poofing up" when she's happy and going flat when she's sad in The Cutie Mark Chronicles[2] and Derpy's paper bag costume in Luna Eclipsed.[3]

For season four onward, Miller was promoted to series co-director alongside supervising director Jayson Thiessen,[4] taking over for previous director/co-director James "Wootie" Wootton.

Miller is credited for several stories in the series, including Princess Spike, Party Pooped, and Do Princesses Dream of Magic Sheep?

Miller's professional credits include being a storyboard artist/director for Cartoon Network's Ed, Edd n Eddy, a storyboard artist for DHX Media's Kid vs. Kat and Packages from Planet X, and a freelance board artist for Capcom Game Studio Vancouver.

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  1. Everfree Network (2012-08-29). Equestria Inquirer - EverFree Northwest - The Lost Interviews (Part 2). YouTube. Retrieved on 2015 August 7.
  2. Everfree Network (2012-08-29). Equestria Inquirer - EverFree Northwest - The Lost Interviews (Part 2). YouTube. Retrieved on 2015 August 7.
  3. Everfree Network (2012-08-29). Equestria Inquirer - EverFree Northwest - The Lost Interviews (Part 2). YouTube. Retrieved on 2015 August 7.
  4. Jim Miller (2013-11-22). Tomorrow at 7 AM on @HubTVNetwork is the premiere of #MLPSeason4 and my debut as the series' co-director with @goldenrusset!. Twitter. Retrieved on 2013 November 22.

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