Now that Steve Spurrier is out of the SEC, LSU coach Les Miles could be the biggest character among the fraternity of head football coaches.
Between his propensity to chew grass during games, his penchant for funny word phrasings, sometimes bizarre clock management and gutsy special teams fakes, Miles is a certified legend in Baton Rouge.
Now he can add movie star to that list of traits.
According to a report in the Times-Picayune from several months ago, Miles plays a police officer in the independent film “Camera Obscura,” a psychological thriller. Production of the film took place in Baton Rouge, La. Miles even has a speaking part, telling bystanders to back away from an active crime scene.
The LSU coach also appeared in the 2014 movie “When The Game Stands Tall,” albeit as a recruiting coach for Oklahoma State, where he served as head coach prior to his time with the Tigers.
Here’s photo evidence of Miles’ role, courtesy of Ross Dellenger.
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— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) July 5, 2016