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|“||Let me tell you something. You're either a wolf in this life or a lamb. My father was a lamb. He had a shop and every week, the wolves in my neighborhood would come and pick the shelves clean, and when there was nothing left to steal, they took my sister in a back room. And my father did nothing. You know what I learned? I'd rather run with the wolves.||„|
|~ Miller's "kill or be killed" philosophy.|
Rob Miller is a recurring antagonist in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. He is a successful defense attorney who is secretly a serial rapist and stalker. Throughout the series' twentieth season, he is a personal nemesis of SVU Lieutenant Olivia Benson and Assistant District Attorney Peter Stone.
He is portrayed by Titus Welliver, who also portrayed Tom Landricks in an earlier episode of SVU, as well as the Man in Black in Lost, James Savoy in Transformers: Age of Extinction, Jimmy O'Phelan in Sons of Anarchy, Maxwell Burke in Star Trek: Voyager, Felix Blake in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., War in Supernatural, the Trask Imperial Captain in The Mandalorian, and Carmine Falcone in Batman: The Long Halloween.
As a child, Miller watched while neighborhood thugs manipulated and stole from his weak-willed father, and then sexually assaulted his sister. Disgusted by his father's cowardice, Miller resolved to take whatever he wanted, at any cost to people who got in his way. As an adult, he became a high-priced corporate defense lawyer, legendary for his ruthlessness in court. He also learned the dirty secrets of powerful people in the New York City justice system, using them to extort favors.
Miller raped defense attorney Nikki Staines at a police charity ball in March 2019. He was arrested for this, but vowed he would be released, claiming that he was innocent of the charges against him.
He was released on bail in May 2019 and the charges against him were later dropped, frustrating Benson and Stone, who swore to keep investigating. Miller later met Benson and her adopted son Noah at a café in an attempt to intimidate Benson.
Miller eventually murdered a teenage girl named Lindsay Parker and dumped her naked body in the Hudson River. This came to the attention of the Special Victims Unit, who immediately knew he was responsible. Throughout the investigation, the detectives learned that he killed Lindsay because he was her parents' attorney and figured she saw him at a sex party he attended.
As the detectives investigated, he started stalking and threatening Benson, Noah, and Staines, hoping to intimidate Benson into stopping the murder investigation. Despite the Special Victims Unit having only circumstantial evidence, Miller was eventually found guilty of murder and imprisoned.