Heath Miller (born July 15, 1983) is an American professional wrestler previously signed to WWE as Heath Slater.
Miller trained at WWA4 wrestling school in Atlanta,Georgia. After signing a developmental contract with WWE in 2006, Slater was a contestant in the first season of WWE NXT in 2010, where he finished fourth. He is a former three-time WWE Tag Team Champion. All three of his tag title reigns have been with his Nexus and Corre ally, Justin Gabriel. From 2012 until 2014, Slater was primarily featured in WWE programming as the leader of the Three Man Band faction that was until Drew McIntyre and Jinder Mahal were released from their contracts in 2014 and Titus O'Niel as apart of Slater Gator]].
On the February 16, 2015 edition of Raw, O'Neil made a face turn and reformed The Prime Time Players with Darren Young, effectively disbanding Slater Gator. Later that night, Slater stated on social media, "I'm going to start focusing on ME!!! I'm better on my own... It's about time I get what I deserve," cementing their breakup. Shortly afterwards, Slater debuted a shorter haircut.
While his fellow Social Outcast members got drafted by the end of the 2016 WWE Draft, Slater was the only active superstar not selected by either show. Slater appeared on the July 26 episode of SmackDown, cutting a highly acclaimed worked shoot promo addressing the issue, only to receive a Gore from a returning Rhyno shortly after. After criss-crossing between Raw and SmackDown searching for a contract, Slater teamed with Rhyno in the tournament to crown the inaugral WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship which they won and allowing Slater to offically join the SmackDown Brand.
- Florida Championship Wrestling Heavyweight Championship
- Florida Championship Wrestling Southern Heavyweight Championship
- Florida Championship Wrestling Tag Team Championship
- Georgia Championship Wrestling Columbus Heavyweight Championship
- WWE Tag Team Championship
- WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship
- WWE 24/7 Championship