Abby Lee Miller made her acting debut with a small role in the 2010 film "Wicked Attraction" before becoming a reality TV sensation.
In 2011, Miller's dance studio was scouted by producers searching for the perfect setting for a new reality TV show. This marked the beginning of "Dance Moms."
Abby Lee Miller's reality show, "Dance Moms," almost had a different name; it was initially called "Just Dance."
Miller's on-screen persona was not the original focus of "Dance Moms." Producers initially intended to spotlight the moms, but Miller's tough coaching style took centre stage.
Abby Lee Miller's "Dance Moms" spin-off, "Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition," featured a unique format: Miller served as the show's host and head judge, offering dance critiques and eliminating contestants.
Miller guest-starred as herself in a 2013 episode of the popular sitcom "Drop Dead Diva," where she gave dance advice to one of the main characters.
Miller's dance company was featured in an episode of the Lifetime docuseries "Dance Moms: Abby's Studio Rescue," in which she helped struggling dance studios across the country.
In 2014, Miller made her voice acting debut in the animated film "Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale," as the character 'Baby.'
A lesser-known fact about Miller is that she has appeared as a guest on several talk shows, including "The Wendy Williams Show," "The View," and "The Dr. Oz Show."
Abby Lee Miller made a cameo appearance in the music video for the song "Freaks Like Me" by Todrick Hall, in which she portrayed a cafeteria worker.
In 2018, Miller filmed a guest appearance on the Nickelodeon series "Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn," but her scenes were ultimately cut from the final episode.
Miller was invited to the set of "Saturday Night Live" in 2012, where she met several of her favourite comedians and even taught them some dance moves.