Miriam Yeager was born in Copenhagen to a German mother and a Danish father. She was privileged to grow up with both languages, and her international background gave her a desire to travel and see the world.
She graduated from East15 Acting School, London in 2011, with a BA in Acting & Stage Combat. She is now creating knights tournaments, where she both choreographs and performs the fights. She specialises in historical sword fighting and character driven fights.
She is an accomplished solo singer, which landed her the part of the Seawitch, in a production of The Little Mermaid in 2005. She is to be seen in three different feature films in the near future. The Danish feature White Slave (post. Production), Two Days in The Smoke (UK), directed by Ben Pickering and to open in the UK in late 2013, and lastly the film Copenhagen (US) directed by Mark Raso, which will have its world premiere at the Slamdance Festival in January 2014.
Miriam played nurse Susie in Why Not Theatre Company's production of "Wit" on Bådteatret in 2014.