Mark Miller
American actor
Mark Miller
Mark Miller is an American television actor/writer who made more than 40 appearances in television programs and films since 1957. He co-starred with Joanne Dru and J. Carroll Naish in the 1960-1961 ABC sitcom series Guestward, Ho!, the story of a New York family named "Hooten" who relocates to New Mexico to operate a dude ranch. Miller played college professor Jim Nash, the leading role opposite Patricia Crowley, on NBC's Please Don't Eat the Daisies.
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NewsBeast Brings in Mark Miller in Shakeup (Lucia Moses/Adweek)
Mediagazer - over 5 years
Lucia Moses / Adweek: NewsBeast Brings in <a class="fplink fp-186718" href="/mark+miller+actor">Mark Miller</a> in Shakeup  —  NewsBeast has brought back longtime Newsweek vet <a class="fplink fp-186718" href="/mark+miller+actor">Mark Miller</a> to oversee editorial operations, signaling continued upheaval as the magazine-news site combo struggles to win over readers and advertisers.  —  Miller is coming back to a newly created position of editorial operations director.
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A challenge to our challenging times - Bluffton News Banner
Google News - over 5 years
To say that “these are challenging times” is beyond a cliche. “That&#39;s so yesterday,” I can here my kids saying years ago, but even that term is so yesterday itself. It&#39;s so yesterday you don&#39;t even hear “That&#39;s so yesterday” anymore
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On their way to the front, area's best face a 5000-meter learning curve - STLtoday.com
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&quot;I don&#39;t know that you can teach a kid to win,&quot; Eureka coach Mark Miller said. Festus&#39; White said winning is an every-man-for-himself situation. If there are secrets to coming out on top, the best runners keep them to themselves
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City's Sewer/Water on Back-up Generators - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Mark Miller, left, superintendent of forestry, and Public Works Director Antonio Iadarolla at City Hall Monday. Danbury&#39;s Sewer Treatment Plant has been running on a back-up generator since 6 pm Sunday and the Marjorie Reservoir is
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UAW Endorses Mark Miller in Massachusetts State Rep Race - Green Party Watch
Google News - over 5 years
Mark Miller has won the endorsement of the United Auto Workers (UAW), a major industrial labor union, in his bid to become the new state representative of the Pittsfield district. Willie Desnoyers, president of the UAW Massachusetts State CAP Council,
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Z on TV : WBAL names local radio veteran Merrie Street as news director - Baltimore Sun (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
WBAL radio Monday named Merrie Street as news director replacing Mark Miller, who resigned last month. Street, whose resume includes news director and anchor duties at WLIF and WPOC, starts Monday, according to an
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Senate Democratic Leader Mark Miller's recall statement - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Here&#39;s what Senate Democratic Leader Mark Miller (D-Monona) has to say about tonights Democratic wins. &quot;Senate Democrats have fought for the rights and priorities of middle class and working families
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Felony Charge Against Scranton Cop Dismissed - WNEP-TV
Google News - over 5 years
Mark Miller was back in court Thursday when the judge decided he will go to trial on several other, less serious charges for the brawl back in June. Inciting a riot was the most serious charge against Miller for the bar fight at the V Spot Club in
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Recall Elections in Sharply Divided Wisconsin Are Ending on Frenetic Note
NYTimes - over 5 years
SAYNER, Wis. -- Wisconsin voters go to the polls on Tuesday to decide whether to remove six Republican state senators, more recall election efforts of state legislators in a single day than have ever taken place in Wisconsin and the latest chapter in what has been one of the most polarized, vitriolic political years in memory. The recall campaigns
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Fracking Pioneers Pierce Europe - Wall Street Journal
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SINGLETON, England— Mark Miller was hoping to lead an energy revolution in the UK Then, earthquakes intervened. Mr. Miller, an oil-industry veteran from Pennsylvania, is one of a small band of pioneers seeking to replicate North America&#39;s
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HDNet Fights Video Vault: Mark Miller vs. Nikolaj Falin at United Glory 14 - MMAjunkie.com
Google News - over 5 years
by MMAjunkie.com Staff on Jul 26, 2011 at 4:00 pm ET Back in May, Mark Miller returned from a five-year layoff to fight Nikolaj Falin in a kickboxing bout at an United Glory 14 event in Russia. For the US-based Miller, it was his first fight since the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Mark Miller
    FIFTIES
  • 1982
    Age 56
    Miller also wrote the story and screenplay, and starred in the 1982 movie Savannah Smiles.
    More Details Hide Details Bridgette Andersen and Donovan Scott also starred in the movie.
  • 1981
    Age 55
    He also starred in the 1981 movie Christmas Mountain, along with Slim Pickens.
    More Details Hide Details Mark Miller is divorced from costume designer and publicist Beatrice Ammidown. He has three daughters, Marisa, Savannah (for whom the movie Savannah Smiles is named, and who also appeared in a small role in the film), and popular 1990s film star Penelope Ann Miller (Kindergarten Cop). He is married to Barbara Stanger, who also appeared in Savannah Smiles. The two co-wrote the screenplay for the 1995 movie A Walk in the Clouds, starring Keanu Reeves and directed by Alfonso Arau.
  • FORTIES
  • 1973
    Age 47
    In 1973, he appeared in the episode "Death by Prescription" of Lorne Greene's ABC crime drama Griff.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1962
    Age 36
    He was a sidekick in NBC's The Name of the Game (1969–1970) and was the lead in a 1962 episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents called "Apex" in which he played a philandering husband intent on killing his wife but unable to actually go through with it.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1925
    Born
    Born on November 20, 1925.
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