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Patricia Miller (also credited as Pat Miller, Patti Miller and Patty Miller) is a hair stylist who worked on the last three seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation, the first two seasons of Star Trek: Voyager, and the seventh feature film Star Trek Generations.

For her work on Star Trek, Miller received three Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Hairstyling for a Series, in 1992 for the TNG episode "Cost of Living", shared with Joy Zapata, in 1994 for the TNG episode "Firstborn", shared with Joy Zapata, Laura Connolly, Carolyn Elias, Don Sheldon, and Susan Zietlow-Maust, and in 1995 for the Voyager pilot episode "Caretaker", shared with Josée Normand, Shawn McKay, Karen Asano-Myers, Dino Ganziano, Rebecca De Morrio, Barbara Minster, Janice D. Brandow, Gloria Ponce, Caryl Codon-Tharp, Katherine Rees, Virginia Kearns, Patricia Vecchio, Faith Vecchio, and Audrey Levy. In 1993 Miller won an Emmy Award in the same category for her work on the TNG episode "Time's Arrow, Part II" which she shared with Joy Zapata, Laura Connolly, Candace Neal, Richard Sabre, Julia L. Walker, and Josée Normand.

In 2001 Miller and her colleagues Terry Baliel and Gail Rowell-Ryan won a Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award for Best Innovative Hair Styling - Feature for the fantasy film How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

Other projects MIller worked on throughout the years include the television mystery film The Stranger Within (1974), the drama Capone (1975), the television series Wonder Woman, the drama Us (1991, with Hank Edds), the science fiction blockbuster Independence Day (1996, with Michael F. Blake, Hazel Catmull, Zoltan Elek, Norma Lee, Candace Neal, Katalin Elek, Joy Zapata, and Craig Smith), David Lynch's thriller Lost Highway (1997), the comedy Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997), the thriller The Game (1997), the thriller Fight Club (1999), David Lynch's mystery thriller Mulholland Dr. (2001, with Katherine Rees), Steven Spielberg's science fiction film Artificial Intelligence: AI (2001), Tim Burton's science fiction remake Planet of the Apes (2001), the science fiction film Minority Report (2002), the comic adaptation Daredevil (2003), the crime comedy The Whole Ten Yards (2004), and Martin Scorcese's drama The Aviator (2004).

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