Kevin Miller is a businessman, a former inmate incarcerated at Federal Correctional Institution, Danbury, and Mike Ross' cellmate.


"You know, I always knew that Jill and I were from two different worlds. And she was a Sutter, and I was just–"
"A guy who was good with numbers and didn't have much else?"
"Figured it was only a matter of time before she came to her senses, but she never did."
"Well, let me guess, William never accepted it."
"No. So when he asked me to develop that algorithm, I thought, "This is my chance." And when I gave it to him, he acted so proud. Started calling me his genius son-in-law. But I was really just the world's biggest sucker, because I let that son of a bitch get one over on me, and I'll regret it for the rest of my life."
―Kevin Miller and Mike Ross[src]
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He was asked by Frank Gallo to switch cells for a few hours on Mike's first day in prison, so Gallo could pretend to be Mike's cellmate and befriend him. However, Kevin then realized his mistake and called a guard when Gallo and his two goons were going to stab Mike.

Mike and Kevin then become friends and spend their time together to protect each other from Frank Gallo and his corrupt guards.

Mike was able to get him out of prison by working with Harvey's old mentor, Cameron Dennis, to keep Frank Gallo in prison at his parole hearing in exchange.[1]

After being freed from prison, he returned to his life as a businessman, gaining the biggest corner office at his firm. He was approached by Harvey to hire Nick Pavanotti as a favor, although the hiring never went through despite Kevin's agreement as Harvey handled the matter through Sean Cahill.[2] Harvey also approaches him again shortly after to have him buy SensaTech and rehire its recently fired CEO Dan Foley.[3]



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