- "Would you mind taking a picture? I'm documenting the trip for my boys."
- ―Miller (from Alien vs. Predator)
Doctor Graeme Miller was an engineer who took part in a Weyland Industries expedition to Bouvetøya, Antarctica in 2004 to investigate an ancient Pyramid buried beneath the ice there. The Pyramid was discovered to be a Yautja temple and hunting ground where the Predators would breed Xenomorphs for use in their Hunts, and the expedition soon became caught up in the battle between the two species.
Working for Weyland
Miller befriended Lex during the ride aboard Weyland 14. However, once aboard the Piper Maru his obvious inexperience in the field meant he was not so warmly welcomed by many of the other personnel on the expedition. In particular, Verheiden took a strong dislike to Miller when he caught him playing around in one of the snow cats to be used by the team to cross the Antarctic ice.
Inside the pyramid
Capture and death
Miller awoke in the Hive built by the Xenomorphs in the sacrificial chamber, cocooned to the wall between Verheiden and Connors, the former of whom had a Facehugger attached to him, while the latter had already been killed by the Chestburster he had incubated. Seeing an Egg open in front of him and anticipating what was to come, Miller managed to get a hold of Verheiden's Desert Eagle, still in the cocooned mercenary's holster, and used it to kill the emerging Facehugger before it could pounce. Miller's relief was short lived, as several other Eggs in the room opened, and several Facehuggers emerged from them. Panicking, Miller tried to shoot the creatures, but was eventually attacked and subdued by one of them.
Miller's corpse was later found by Lex and Scar when they entered the Hive to destroy it, his chest having been ripped open by a Chestburster.
Personality and Traits
Graeme briefly used Verheiden's Desert Eagle against the Facehuggers in the Hive, and even managed to kill one of them using it. However, when several more emerged from their Eggs, he was quickly overwhelmed and subdued, dropping the gun.