Graham Miles (born 11 May 1941) is a retired English snooker player.
Miles turned professional in 1969. His greatest achievement was reaching the final of the 1974 world championship. He lost 22-12 to Ray Reardon.
Miles had one of the most distinctive styles in snooker, with his chin hanging far over his cue, to line up one eye with the cue. He retired in 1992.
- World Number 1: Never
- Highest Ranking: 5 (1977)
- Century Breaks:
- Highest Break: 144
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| Graham Miles
Professional Career: 1969-1992
Date of Birth: 11/05/1941
Place of Birth:
Nationality: Template:Team England
Current World Ranking: N/A
World Ranking Event Titles: 0
Other Titles: 2
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