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Kate Miller (born October 24, 1969 in Cincinnati, Ohio) is an American actress, writer and voice over artist. Her credits include Broadway, Off-Broadway, television, film, animation, video games, and books on tape.

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Uniform title: Poems. Selections
by Miller, Kate
Manchester : Carcanet Press Limited, 2015
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
by Sigma Xi Forum (1995 : Washington, D.C.)
[Research Triangle Park, NC] : Sigma Xi, Scientific Research Society ; [Washington, DC : National Aeronautics and Space Administration ; Springfield, Va. : National Technical Information Service, distributor, 1995]
MicroformMicroform, BookBook
 
 
by Miller-Heidke, Kate, 1981-
Richmond North, Vic. : Sasha Music Publishing, c2009
 
 
by Miller-Heidke, Kate, 1981-
Richmond North, Vic. : Sasha Music Publishing ; AMPD [distributor], [2009?]
 
 
by Miller-Heidke, Kate, 1981-
Richmond North, Vic. : Sasha Music Publishing, c2008
 
 
by Miller-Heidke, Kate, 1981-
[Cheltenham, Victoria], Sasha Music Publishing, [2014] , [Cheltenham, Victoria], distributed by Hal Leonard, [2014] , ©2014
MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
 
 
by Miller-Heidke, Kate, 1981-
[Cheltenham, Vic.] : Sasha Music Publishing : Hal Leonard [distributor], ©2012
 
by Miller-Heidke, Kate, 1981-
[Australia]: Kate Miller-Heidke, 2016-
OnlineOnline [still image, text, online resource]
 
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