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Inside the Mind of a Villain: Gary John Miller on Playing Stack in Compromised

As an actor and Colorado native, I was honored to be a part of Compromised, a web series that explores the world of Denver mobsters and the police who are both searching for missing girls. I played the character of Stack, the villain of the story, and I have to say, it was a thrill to be a part of this SAG production.


(Marla Keown Photography)

One of the things that drew me to the series was the complexity of the characters and the story. As you watch all the episodes of Compromised, you'll be taken on a wild ride that keeps you on the edge of your seat. The tension between the police and the mobsters escalates, and the stakes get higher and higher as the search for the missing girls intensifies. For me, one of the highlights of the series was filming in Denver. The show was filmed entirely in my home state, and it was incredible to see the untold history of Denver captured on film. It was a dark and gritty atmosphere you would normally associate with New York and Chicago mobster films. As an actor, I was thrilled to be a part of such a talented and dedicated team. From the writing to the production design, everyone involved in the series was committed to creating something truly special. It was a privilege to work with such a professional and passionate group of people.


(Marla Keown Photography)

And of course, playing the character of Stack was an incredible experience. As the villain of the story, I had the opportunity to explore a complex and intriguing character. It was challenging and rewarding to bring Stack to life, and I'm proud of the performance I delivered. In conclusion, if you're looking for a gripping crime drama to watch, I highly recommend Compromised. With its compelling storyline, stunning scenery, and talented cast and crew, it's a series that will keep you hooked from start to finish. And if you're a fan of villainous characters, keep an eye out for my performance as Stack - I think you'll find it memorable.



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