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Miles Finch
Miles Finch is a writer hired by Walter Hobbs in Elf.

He was portrayed by Peter Dinklage.

PlotEdit

The well-known bestselling author Miles Finch arrives at the Greenway Press coporate headquarters in the Empire State Building in New York after agreeing to meet Walter and his team in an attempt to create a better idea for a children's book.

During a board meeting, Buddy comes in and mistakes Miles as an elf (because he is extremely short) and asks him how he escaped the North Pole. Unfortunately, Miles misunderstands, and thought Buddy was insulting him. Miles goes on to brag about making more money than Buddy ever will, being extremely rich, and owning houses with 70 inch plasma screen TVs in Los Angeles, Paris, and Vail in an effort to intimidate him.

He follows this up by sarcastically asking Buddy to call him elf one more time. Taking him literally, Buddy whispers, "He's an angry elf". Finch, unable to control his temper, charges at Buddy on Walter's table (to which Buddy says, "Look at you!" in amazement. Finch begins to severely attack Buddy before storming out of the building, despite Walter trying to explain Buddy's misunderstanding.

Furious that the one chance of saving his company has been ruined, Walter yells at Buddy, saying even though he is his son, he wants him out of his life. Deeply saddened and hurt, Buddy returns home and, after writing a message on an etch-a-sketch apologizing for ruining everyone's lives, leaves Walter's apartment.

After Finch leaves the building Walter comes across Finch's notebook, and attempts to plagiarize one of Finch's stories as a pitch to his boss. Ironically, Finch calls all of Walter's team's story pitches "too vulnerable", while his self-proclaimed best story idea is about a vulnerable peach.

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