Roy Samuel Miller was a West Indian cricketer who played in one Test in 1953.
He was born in Kingston, Jamaica.
A lower-order batsman and opening bowler, Miller played seven matches for Jamaica between 1950-1951 and 1953-1954, and was selected for the Fourth Test against India in Georgetown in 1952-1953, replacing Gerry Gomez. Batting at number eight and trying to score quick runs, he strained his back going for a big hit and was unable to bowl in the Indian second innings. Gomez returned for the Fifth Test.
Miller"s only first-class score higher than the 23 he made in his one Test innings was 86 for Jamaica against British Guiana in 1952-1953, and his best bowling was 3 for 65 against Barbados in 1951-1952.