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In the course of a normal day, Windell Middlebrooks does not drive around in a Miller High Life delivery truck and confiscate beer from high-priced establishments that "don't deserve to live the High Life." He's an actor, hired to portray a man who drives around in a Miller High Life delivery truck and confiscates beer from high-priced establishments that "don't deserve to life the High Life." Middlebrooks, who is on his way to becoming a cult hero thanks to his popular commercial character, won an acting scholarship in college and has worked professionally on stage and in TV sitcoms. ...
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The Super Bowl is the most watched TV event of the year. Does advertising during the Super Bowl justify its enormous cost? Submitted by Bryan D. on February 1, 2009 - 9:01pm. for those that missed it, Miller's Commercial aired for about 1 second and consisted of a large man in a stocked room simply opening his arms out wide, and saying "High Life!". Subtle, but hilarious. I'm buying that stock. Submitted by Stephen T on February 1, 2009 - 10:11pm. I agree. I believe as brief as it was, the millions of viewers won't forget that commercial and in turn will actually probably consume more Miller than had ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Yes it is. His name isWin dellMiddlebrow's. I went to college with him. Here's his IMDB link: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2070606/ TV Commercial series for Miller High Life beer (2007) - "Take Back The High Life" ("Are You Living The High Life?") Dr. Pepper commercial "Dancing Football Player". Those are the 3 commercials he's done, 2 for High Life, one for DP. It's the same guy. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2070606/otherworks yes First answer by ID2179815559 . Last edit by Mr.galo . Contributor trust : 6 [ recommend contributor ]. Question popularity
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The answer is no. He is not the kid from Hook. His name is Windell Middlebrooks. The boy from Hook is named Raushan Hammond. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2070606/ Enjoy. First answer by ID1089240837 . Last edit by ID1089240837 . Question popularity : 8 [ recommend question ]. Answers.com > Wiki Answers > Categories > Entertainment and Arts > TV Programming and Commercials > Commercials > Is the guy in the Miller High Life commercials the same as the lost boy in Hook? Our contributors said this page should be displayed for the questions below. ( Where do these come from ) If any of these are not a genuine ...