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Miles Thomas Baker, (Born September 28, 1992) was an actor from his late to early adulthood. Miles was not very active. He is compassionate, but a little reserved. He laughs at good jokes, and likes to play games. He likes having fun, but doesn't go overboard.
Miles was orphaned at age two, due to the fire that destroyed his parents' home. He went to live with his aunt Muriel who loved him like a son.
When Miles was ten, his aunt gave him his first video camera. He recorded himself acting out one of his own original one-man plays. When Muriel saw the video, she took the camera away from him. Muriel was pretending to be mad at him, and she sent the video to a movie producer named Mel Cook. Mel called Muriel a few days later and said that he'd make Miles a star. Miles met with Mel a few days later. He went off to acting in movies such as "Long Days, Hard Days" and "Where's That Kid?" In "Long Days, Hard Days" he played a vandal teenager named Stanley Hill. In "Where's That Kid?" he co-starred playing a teen fatheer named Milton Hendriks.
He got a phone call from his agent, Mel Cook saying that he had seventeen acting offers. Miles declined them all, but Mel said that "he accepts" to all seventeen offers. Miles was so mad at him that he shoved the seventeen scripts in his face. He drove away, and moved to a peaceful town. The last movie he was in was "Honey! I'm Stuck in My Shoe !" It was a comedy film that he wrote and directed. He bought a cat, who he named Cat, tried to live a normal life.