Who plays Zion Miller in 'Ginny & Georgia'?
Ginny's dad Zion Miller gets a much bigger role in season 2 of the Netflix dramedy. Let's meet the actor who plays him
Ginny and Georgia have plenty of boy problems in the Netflix hit and the arrival of Zion Miller—Ginny's motorcycle-riding dad and Georgia's ex—complicates things even further in season one. And you'll be seeing a lot more of Zion in Ginny & Georgia season 2, when he becomes a more permanent fixture in the Miller ladies' lives.
The Netflix dramedy has been nothing short of a hit since its arrival on our screens in 2021. The Gilmore Girls-compared show is more like How to Get Away With Murder but it has us hooked.
Telling the story of a mother-daughter duo, Ginny (played by Antonia Gentry) and her young single mom Georgia (Brianne Howey), who has moved from Texas to Wellsbury along with Ginny’s younger brother Austin (Diesel La Torraca). Though told in the present day, the show often gives us flashbacks to Georgia as an even younger mom with a mysterious past.
Ginny’s father Zion appears in both the past and present as his relationship with both his ex and their daughter is explored in both seasons. Georgia fell pregnant with Ginny at 15 and the couple moved in with Zion's parents to raise the baby before Georgia ran away when Zion’s parents suggested that they should have custody of Ginny. From that point on, Zion and Georgia have an on-again, off-again relationship as Georgia moves from state to state and Zion travels the world doing photography.
But what do we know about the actor who plays Ginny’s bombshell of a dad?
Who plays adult Zion Miller in 'Ginny & Georgia'?
Adult Zion Miller is played by Canadian actor Nathan Mitchell in Ginny & Georgia.
Born in Canada but of Jamaican and Trinidadian heritage, Mitchell is best known for his role as Black Noir in The Boys, as well as turns in iZombie, Supernatural, Timeless, Arrow, a lead role in the movie Marine V and a supporting performance in the television film Twist of Fate. According to IMDb, he's been acting since 20017, with his debut in the series Aliens in America.
When he's not acting, he's reportedly big into martial arts and writing music. He is a former national sparring champion and holds a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, winning the Gold Medal for sparring at Canada's Junior ITF Tae Kwon Do Championship.
Nathan first joined the cast of Ginny & Georgia in episode seven of season one, when we find out that Ginny's dad is super influential in her life, as he inspires an essay for her AP English class and is also revealed to be the reason that she can ride a motorbike so well.
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Nathan Mitchell Instagram: what's his handle?
You can find Nathan Mitchell on Instagram at the handle @itsnatemitchell, where he currently has more than 245,000 followers. He's also on Twitter under the same name.
Nathan Mitchell age: how old is he?
Born on December 6, 1988, Nathan Mitchell is currently 34 years old.
Nathan Mitchell wife: is he married?
Alas, Nathan Mitchell’s relationship status is currently unknown. Apart from some pictures of his sisters, his social media pages are mostly used to document professional projects or work-related trips.
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Who plays young Zion Miller in 'Ginny & Georgia'?
As we mentioned, we see Zion Miller in both the present and past storylines on Ginny & Georgia. Young Zion is played in the flashbacks by 27-year-old American actor Kyle Bary.
Along with Ginny & Georgia, Bary's TV and film credits include the 2017 series Bull, The Oath and Bumbld. He has also played Quincy Dupont in the Netflix series Our Kind of People and Abel in the Netflix film Beauty.
You can follow him on Instagram at the handle @kylebary.
Catch Nathan Michell and Kyle Bary as Zion Miller in Ginny & Georgia season 2, streaming now on Netflix.
Liv is a freelance journalist currently studying English at university. She loves covering everything from entertainment and politics to lifestyle and travel. As well as writing for My Imperfect Life, Liv has bylines in The Times, HuffPost, Den of Geek, Bustle The Metro and The Bookseller.
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