|Brad Miller Quick Info
|6 ft 4 in
|Date of Birth
|July 6, 1983
Brad Miller is a former Australian rules football player who is best known for his career with the Richmond Football Club and Melbourne Football Club. He was delisted by the Melbourne Football Club in August 2010. He had participated in a variety of tournaments before announcing his retirement from football in August 2012.
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Former Australian rules football player
- Father – Neville Miller (Former Australian rules football player)
6 ft 4 in or 194 cm
96 kg or 212 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Brad Miller has dated
- Pia Miller (2005-2015) – Brad started dating fashion model and actress Pia Miller in 2005. They officially got married in 2007 a year after they welcomed their son Lennox in 2006. Brad also became stepfather to her son Isaiah, whom she had given birth to when she was nineteen years old. In October 2015, she shocked fans by announcing their separation. It was revealed that Pia was struggling to balance her family life and work commitments and also, her hectic work schedule was taking a toll on their relationship. After the divorce, Brad relocated to Sydney from Melbourne in order to spend more time with his children.
Race / Ethnicity
- Tall and athletic body
- Prominent chin
- Short trimmed hairdo
Best Known For
- His successful and eventful stint with the iconic Melbourne Football Club.
- His high-profile marriage to model and actress Pia Miller.
First Australian Rules Football Match
In 2002, Brad made his professional debut at the Melbourne Football Club.
First TV Show
Apart from the shows that broadcasted Australian rules football, he hasn’t appeared on any TV show.
The intense and grueling training sessions that he had to undertake during his professional career has helped him sculpt a shredded physique. Additionally, he is still involved in the game as an assistant coach.
Brad Miller Facts
- He moved to Brisbane with his family at a very young age.
- He started playing rugby league at the age of 13. However, he decided to switch to Australian rules football on the advice of his father, who himself had an iconic status within the game.
- He excelled while playing for the Mount Gravatt Football Club, which drew the attention of Melbourne Demons and they eventually made him pick number 55 in the 2001 AFL Draft.
- He didn’t have the best of starts at the Demons and had to initially play in defense despite his enormous potential at the center half position. He managed to kick a goal only in his 17th game.
- In a match between Demons and Geelong Football club, he was involved in a horrific crash with Tom Lonergan, who lost one of his kidneys due to the collision.
- In August 2010, he was delisted by the Demons. However, his popularity was quite high with the club’s fanbase and he was the highest polled Melbourne Demons player in the Best and Fairest competition.
- A serious calf injury forced him to announce his retirement in August 2012.
- He is not on social media.
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