The "Hollywood South" acting bug has definitely bitten LSU's Les Miles. He's reportedly going to be playing the role of a uniformed police officer in the upcoming independent film “Camera Obscura”.

The movie is said to be a psychological thriller, and Miles even has a speaking role. He reportedly will be telling people to back away from a crime scene.

As of now, the release date hasn't been set for “Camera Obscura” but production will be wrapping up this weekend in Baton Rouge.

This is actually not the first time Miles has been in movies. In 2014, he played the role of a recruiter for Oklahoma State in the film “When The Game Stands Tall.”

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