December 30, 2007 |
JONNY LEE MILLER ACTOR TAKING ON A TITLE ROLE After his last experience working on an American television series -- CBS' "Smith," yanked off the air early in its freshman season last year -- British actor Jonny Lee Miller was wary about committing to another one. "I was like, no way do I want to do serialized television again right now," said Miller, best known for his roles in films such as "Trainspotting" and "The Flying Scotsman."
June 21, 2013 |
Here's what we've deduced: Actor Jonny Lee Miller, star of “Elementary,” has listed a home in Hollywood Hills for $1.659 million. The Spanish Revival-style house, built in 1936, features a beamed cathedral ceiling in the living room, a sunroom, three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and 2,832 square feet of living space. It is surrounded by oak trees, lawn and mature plantings. In addition to playing Sherlock Holmes on "Elementary," Miller, 40, has appeared on a season of “Dexter” in 2010 and in the films including “Hackers” (1995)
August 7, 2013 |
“Elementary” star Jonny Lee Miller and his wife, actress Michele Hicks, have sold their Los Angeles home for $1.66 million. The 1936 Spanish Revival-style house features a beamed cathedral ceiling in the living room, a formal dining room, a sunroom, three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and 2,832 square feet of living space. Miller, 40, plays Sherlock Holmes on the mystery series, which started last year, and starred in "Eli Stone" (2008-09). He was on a season of "Dexter" in 2010 and in the films "Hackers" (1995)
June 28, 2013 |
Here's what we've deduced: Actor Jonny Lee Miller , who stars in "Elementary," and his wife, actress Michele Hicks , have listed a Los Angeles home for sale at $1.659 million. The Spanish Revival-style house, built in 1936, features a beamed cathedral ceiling in the living room, a formal dining room, three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and 2,832 square feet of living space. A sun room runs the length of the house and opens to a balcony and terrace. Another terrace off the master bedroom has stairs leading to the garden below, which includes an oak tree and lawn.
September 26, 2012 |
How many Sherlocks can dance on the head of a pin? At least one more, as it turns out. On paper, Thursday's launch of "Elementary," CBS' update of the world's first and most famous consulting detective, seems absurd. Robert Downey Jr. has given Holmes an ironic, rakish twist and action-figure potential on the big screen, while Benedict Cumberbatch dials him down to icy and vulnerable brilliance on the BBC's "Sherlock. " But David Shore's "House," which started the whole Holmesian renaissance, is notable in its absence this fall, leaving space for a straightforward police procedural accessorized with characters that evoke familiarity while projecting a thoroughly modern, and American look.
September 8, 2012 |
NEW YORK - Sherlock Holmes has really been through the wringer lately. In two feature films, Guy Ritchie turned the pipe-smoking detective into a 19th century British butt-kicker who's as likely to corner criminals with his fists as with his brain. An increasingly popular BBC show restores some of the meditative qualities of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's original but brings Holmes to modern-day London. Now a new broadcast series, "Elementary," offers perhaps the most fanciful interpretation: Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller)