Parker Mills (he/him)


Parker Mills is an actor, writer, and teacher (or some variation of that order depending on how important/romantically viable he wants to seem). He has taught writing and solo performance at The Village Acting Studio and The Howard Fine Acting Studio in LA, The Penobscot Theatre Company in Maine, and worked with Homeboy Industries to create a storytelling program to help ex-gang members turn their narratives into performance pieces.


A proud company member of both Rogue Machine and Pacific Resident Theatre, Parker has also been lucky enough to grace the stage at Celebration Theatre, EST LA, and most recently, The Geffen. Some of his recent credits include The Normal Heart (ALSO directed by Marilyn McIntyre)The Luckiest Girl (or as it is known by his friends “that weird play where you played a 10 year-old Dutch boy”), and about 36 days’ worth of Around the Clocks at Rogue Machine.


After years of performing short-form pieces, he is making the leap to long-form with The Abnormal HeartHe really hopes you enjoy it.