You can help by trolling the shit out of them whenever you see them, then laughing at their lulz-inducing theatrics.
Todd Joseph Miller, also known as T.J. Miller is a shitty actor, and known crusader against The Donald. He is known for being the lead actor of the worst movie of 2017, The Emoji Movie, and for playing a supporting role in the first 4 seasons of Silicon Valley.
His debut acting role was in the 2008 horror film Cloverfield, which was a shitty horror film that was critically acclaimed for some fucking reason, and two years later, he played a supporting character in How to Train Your Dragon. He was also in the shitty 2010 Yogi Bear film as Ranger Jones, where he probably took female national park visitors to the forest and raped them while Yogi and Boo Boo watched and masturbated to it (rape allegation information down below).
He is also known for his supporting roles in Deadpool, Big Hero 6, Gravity Falls, and Silicon Valley, but then in 2017, he starred as Gene in his crowning masterpiece known as The Emoji Movie. It was considered such a bad movie that the day it came out, it got a 0% on Rotten Tomatoes (but now it's at 9%, because some Rotten Tomatoes critics are autists, and it is one of the lowest rated films on IMDb. Even funnier is that T.J. Miller wanted to use this pile of shit known as a film to teach children to resist and fight against Donald Trump, and to adopt progressive values... we wish we were joking, but we're not.
T.J. vs. The Donald
As we mentioned, T.J. Miller wanted The Emoji Movie to be used as a weapon against Trump, but that isn't the only part of his anti-Trump crusade. He sperged out at his Silicon Valley co-stars because he claimed that they didn't do enough to fight against the meme man, and didn't do enough to support Hillary Clinton, and in December 2016, T.J. Miller slapped an Uber driver he ordered over an argument about, you guessed it, Donald Trump.
Around the end of 2017, T.J. Miller was accused of sexual assault, and because 2017 was the year we started to realize celebrities weren't very trustworthy, the accusations surfaced against T.J. He was accused by a woman who knew him back in college, which both he and his wife (who we question why she would marry someone like T.J.) denied. Because of the allegations, a T.J. Miller Comedy Central special was cancelled, however unlike Kevin Spacey, Harvey Weinstein or Louis C.K. his career in film wasn't affected despite all this, and he is still going to be appearing in Deadpool 2 and How to Train Your Dragon 3.
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