Miles Snow was born in Raleigh, NC, and grew up in the nearby town of Dunn. After graduating high school, Miles returned to Raleigh to attend NC State University School of Graphic Design. He also took acting classes there and fell in love with the dramatic arts.
After working as crew on various film sets and working as an extra Miles caught breaks in short films and eventually independent features. Highlights include Ken Cohen’s "My Face” and “Liquid Lungs,” Brett Mullen’s “Bombshell Bloodbath”, “Off the Grid” for Randy Davis and most recently “Fix it in Post” for Christine Parker and Bill Mulligan. Theatre ventures include American Theatre South’s production of “A Streetcar Named Desire” and “Saint George and the Dragon” for History Stage.