Miles Christopher Doleac is an American film and television actor, director, writer and producer. Along with his film career, he is also a singer, songwriter, theater actor, author, and professor. He has had acting roles in several films and television shows since 2011 including Treme, Sleepy Hollow, American Horror Story, Salem, Complications, Roots, and several episodes of the CW's Containment. He also has acting roles in the films The Magnificent Seven and Don't Kill It. Miles Doleac is the founder of Historia films, the production company which produced The Historian (2014), The Hollow (2016), Demons (2017 film), Hallowed Ground, and the forthcoming The Dinner Party. He was the writer, director, producer and an actor on the first four films. The Dinner Party Doleac co-wrote with Michael Donovan Horn. Doleac holds a PhD in Ancient history from Tulane University. He is an assistant professor of Digital Filmmaking at the Loyola University New Orleans. He has published a book on Alexander the Great.