Mary Miller
Mary Miller
Mary Elizabeth Miller is an English television and theatrical actress, known for being a founding member of the National Theatre in 1963, and for her portrayal of Angela Dunwoody QC in ten episodes of the 1970s UK TV series Crown Court.
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Afghanistan Now Another Korea: How Did American Taxpayers Become Financially Responsible for the Liberty and Security of Every Soul on the Planet?
Huffington Post - over 1 year
President Obama announced Thursday that the present deployment of 9,800 U.S. troops would remain in Afghanistan throughout the remainder of his term as president. The president cited the "safe haven" narrative to justify changing his former plan to withdraw from the war-torn nation in 2016. "As commander in chief, I will not allow Afghanistan to be used as a safe haven for terrorists to attack our nation again," Obama said. "Afghan forces are still not as strong as they need to be." A few days earlier, U.S. Army Chief of Staff Mark Milley told Morning Joe, "I think Afghanistan, as long as we stick with them, and we continue with the current program, and continue to resource that appropriately, I think Afghanistan will turn out ok." When asked what "Ok" means, Milley gave substantively the same answer. This is important, because it attempts to establish that U.S. military operations in the Middle East are somehow protecting the lives, liberty or property of American taxpayers. S ...
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Mary Miller’s ‘Last Days of California’
NYTimes - about 3 years
In Mary Miller’s first novel, a teenage girl and her fractured family travel cross-country in preparation for the rapture.     
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Yale Issued A 'Corporate Apology' For Shutting Down Bluebook Website, Student Says (VIDEO)
Huffington Post - about 3 years
Peter Xu and Harry Yu, brothers and Yale University students, were sick of using their university's "old and clanky" website for course scheduling, so they did exactly what one might expect from enterprising college students -- they built a better one. The brothers, who are majoring in computer science, launched Yale Bluebook Plus as an alternative to the administration-created Yale Bluebook. The new site used data including course evaluations to give students more information and make class selection easier than ever. Athough originally developed for personal use, using data already accessible to them through internal systems, Yale Bluebook Plus quickly spread to other students, who found it better than the previous format. But the brothers' website didn't sit well with the New Haven, Conn.-based university. On Jan. 7th, 2014, nearly two years after Yu and Xu had created the site, they were contacted by Yale administrators, who outlined three issues they had with the site. They ...
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Book News: Maker Of 3-D Printed Guns Has A Book Deal
NPR - about 3 years
Also: Mary Miller on writing; Simon & Schuster acquires a book from the man behind the Twitter account @GSElevator; Mallory Ortberg imagines a "Choose Your Own P.G. Wodehouse Adventure." » E-Mail This     » Add to
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NBAA Honors Schedulers and Dispatchers Sponsors
AIN Online - about 3 years
In recognition of their valuable contributions to NBAA’s Schedulers and Dispatchers scholarship program, the organization has honored two long-time supporting companies. Signature Flight Support has been sponsor of an initiative that provides funds to help individuals achieve their education goals in the field of flight department management since the program’s inception. Over the past 16 years, the BBA Aviation subsidiary has given approximately $80,000 in scholarships. Company president and COO Maria Sastre (left in inset photo) and Mary Miller, corporate vice president for industry and government affairs accepted the “Making a Difference Award” for Signature’s contributions to the scholarship fund. Universal Weather & Aviation was likewise recognized for its “above and beyond” support of the program, both in terms of monetary donations and flight management training provided over the years. On the exhibition floor yesterday, Kevin Tipton (center in main photo), the ...
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Architect's Dream House: Less Than 200 Square Feet
NPR - about 3 years
Macy Miller, an architect from Idaho, built her tiny home from scratch for just $11,000. She says the 2,500-square-foot home she downsized from wasn't really her style. » E-Mail This     » Add to
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Lenovo Taps TubeMogul for Global Programmatic Efforts
Yahoo News - about 3 years
Computer giant Lenovo has selected  video ad tech provider TubeMogul to manage its global programmatic media operations, the companies announced today.   It is an expansion of an existing relationship.  In October, we spoke with Gary Milner, director of global digital marketing at Lenovo, about the opportunities around programmatic.  We interviewed him at a TubeMogul client event.  We have re-published the video today. You can find this post on Beet.TV.
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Gov. Snyder, Sen. Levin, U.S. Treasury Under Secretary for Domestic Finance, Detroit leaders to kick off Michigan's unprecedented $100 million campaign to fight blight
Yahoo News - over 3 years
MSHDA launches largest residential blight removal effort in state agency's 47-year historyDETROIT, Aug. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is being released by Michigan State Housing Development Authority:(Logo: Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, U.S. Treasury Under Secretary for Domestic Finance Mary Miller, U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, U.S. Rep. John Conyers, D-Detroit, U.S. Rep. John Dingell, D-Dearborn, U.S. Rep. Gary Peters, D-Bloomfield Twp., U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee, D-Flint, state Rep. ...
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VIDEO: ObamaCare Forcing Business Owners, Regular Americans to Make Tough Choices
Fox News - over 3 years
Watch our interviews with Mary Miller, CEO of Jancoa Janitorial Services, and Pearl Medispa owner John Nowak from last night’s ON THE RECORD and sound off. The post VIDEO: ObamaCare Forcing Business Owners, Regular Americans to Make Tough Choices appeared first on Gretawire.
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Marcy Miller: Etiquette for Dummies
Huffington Post - over 3 years
It is so difficult to date online. I have only tried it for a short time, after divorcing my cheating ex-husband, but I find it to be rife with unsolvable mysteries. Here are some of my conundrums: 1. How much should I reveal in my profile? Part of me believes that I should tell a detailed story so that the men who decide to contact me do so for all of the right reasons. Then they already know how many times I have been married, the details of my extensive education and work history, my dedication to my son, etc. But another part of me believes that there should be an unfolding of my life in conversation and within my control. One thing that I know for certain: I will not lie about anything. Who wants to attract a man based upon falsehoods? There can be no foundation for a relationship of any kind if it is based upon lies. And this includes the photograph and date of birth. 2. When do I ask him to just call me? Perhaps this is a generational issue, but I get tired very ...
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Obama Treasury Department Targeted Over Too-Big-To-Fail
Huffington Post - over 3 years
WASHINGTON -- A rift has emerged over “too-big-to-fail” between the Treasury Department and the regulators who oversee financial groups, a top Democratic lawmaker has alleged, potentially creating an uncomfortable situation for an administration keen to show it has cracked down on the nation’s biggest banks. The Federal Reserve, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said in a joint statement this week that financial markets continue to perceive some leading financial institutions as too big to fail, perverting the financial system and giving large banks unfair advantages over smaller peers in the form of lower funding costs. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), a senior lawmaker on the Senate Banking Committee, on Thursday seized on an April speech delivered by Mary Miller, Treasury undersecretary for domestic finance, in which Miller disputed the notion that big banks enjoy a funding advantage due to perceptions they are too big to fail. ...
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Brevard will host 3 festivals together July 4
Blue Ridge Now - over 3 years
BREVARD — The Transylvania Community Arts Council will host its 41st annual Fine Arts and Crafts Showcase from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 4. The event coincides with the Heart of Brevard’s Fourth of July Celebration and Transylvania Region AACA Classic Car Show. The three festivals in one in downtown Brevard will feature music, arts, crafts, food and children’s activities. The Duck Race for Kreative Kids fundraiser will take place at 5 p.m., and the fireworks extravaganza is set for 9:30 p.m. Both events will be held at Brevard College. The 41st annual Fine Arts and Crafts Showcase will feature more than 40 North and South Carolina artists and crafters who have been juried into the show based on their original work in jewelry, pottery, fiber, wood, metal, painting, photography and more. Artists will be on West Main Street, from the corner of O.P. Taylor’s Toy Store and White Squirrel Shop down to the Co-ed Movie Theater. Artists and crafters in this year’s showcase include David Bo ...
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Marcy Miller: Hair Today
Huffington Post - over 3 years
After I was cheated upon by my husband of twelve years, my self-esteem was in jeopardy of hitting rock-bottom. I thought of myself as a good wife and perfect partner. I was in good shape and looked ten years younger than my true age, We rarely fought, had a group of fun friends, entertained at our gracious home and shared many interests. These included playing tennis together as doubles partners, traveling and even eating his favorite Greek salad in front of the television. So what was wrong with me? What did the home-wrecker have that I did not have? Intellectually, I knew that this was not the correct inquiry, and certainly it would do me no good to pursue it. But I felt old and tired and unattractive, so it was time for a drastic move. Some women have a plastic surgeon on speed dial and call for an immediate appointment. Others enter into major retail therapy and up-date their wardrobes while maxing out their credit cards. Still others drown the ...
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Marcy Miller: A Simple Way To Begin Moving On Post-Split
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
After discovering that my husband was cheating and kicking him out of our home, I was left with a broken heart, anxiety and angst, and a house full of reminders of him. It was very painful to see his clothes in the closet, toiletries in the bathroom, tools in the garage and smiling pictures of us from happier days staring at me in every room. The memories were overwhelming. Something needed to be done quickly to give me peace in my own home. I needed to reclaim my space and inject a bit of estrogen to comfort me. First, I loaded boxes of shoes, books, knick-knacks, memories, sweaters, jeans and other non-hanging clothes and moved them carefully to my clean and dry garage. I then bought garment bags and a coat rack and hung his shirts, suits, sport coats and slacks in these, which I moved to the garage as well. Now I had the pictures to deal with. I stored our wedding album and pictures from the reception in a box in the garage, and I tore up the pictures in the frames a ...
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This O.C. Company Is Booming From Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue
Huffington Post - about 4 years
As soon as images of this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue started circulating, retailers snapped up the entire stock of Rip Curl bikinis featured in the magazine. "Within 24 hours, we sold out," said Mary Miller, Rip Curl's vice president of girl's merchandising and design. "We're thrilled to have this opportunity and to be a part of it. It's hard to know what to expect and how much we should order. It's hard to gauge until you've been through the process, the type of impact it will have on the sell through of these suits." Gaining national exposure in Sports Illustrated's popular swimsuit issue offers big exposure for swimwear brands featured in the magazine, which is expected to reach 70 million consumers through print, web and mobile platforms. Costa-Mesa based Rip Curl immediately re-ordered the suits worn by professional surfer Alana Blanchard. Rip Curl is offering two of the five looks featured to consumers. "There's millions seeing the images of these s ...
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Marcy Miller: The Worst Valentine's Day After Divorce
Huffington Post - about 4 years
I wonder if there are any adults over 50 who still like Valentine's Day. For me, it has always been a day filled with pain, disappointment or pressure. As a child, I never got as many of those punch-out Valentine cards (remember them?) as the very popular girls. As a married woman, my husband either thought it was a stupid Hallmark holiday and tried to ignore it or made a reservation so late in the game that we were totally ripped off. But the worst feeling is when you are divorced. My divorce happened in the beginning of March, so during the last February of our marriage, we were just in the process of ending the marriage and pretending to be civil. The pressure was intense. At dinner in a romantic restaurant in a secluded inn, he thanked me for making him the man that he had become as he moved on. Great -- lucky me! The next Valentine's Day, I was alone. I looked at the adorable cards at the car wash and wished that I had someone to send them to. I tortured myself wi ...
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Marcy Miller: Why I Got Sexted By Hundreds Of Men
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Being victimized by jealous women on the internet is not limited to generals and celebrities. I have also been the target of a cyber bully, and in my case, it was an ex-wife. I had been dating a man who had recently begun the divorce process and had been living separately from his wife for about five months. We were fixed up by my good friend at a holiday party, and there was chemistry from the start. We began to date and spend time in my part of the city, while the soon-to-be-ex lived in another community about 40 minutes away. We never crossed paths or bumped into one another. As far as I was concerned, she was not even on my radar. I had heard that she had anger issues and was not well-liked by his kids or his friends. I would joke that she was an easy act to follow, but she hardly seemed to be an issue for my date at all. The marriage had been over for some time and he just wanted to get on with his life. One night, my date and I went to a movie and I left my cel ...
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Treasury official Miller not pursuing SEC top job -source - about 4 years
WASHINGTON, Nov 28 (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury official Mary Miller, whose name has been circulated as a potential new head of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, is not interested in pursuing...
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Marcy Miller: Charity Begins At Home
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Fundraisers are an ideal venue to meet new people. A charity event attracts people with similar interests who are willing to write a big check for a lousy dinner and boring speeches. Since I wanted to meet eligible men after my traumatic divorce, I put a strategy in place: I identified causes that I was passionate enough about to spend my hard-earned money, and I bought tickets to a series of events, hoping that the karmic payoff might just be meeting the man of my dreams. My first check was written to a political lobbying group, and the event was held at the home of wealthy donors. When I arrived at the McMansion at 6:00pm on a balmy evening, the first challenge was to decide which strangers to approach. I first looked at what the man was drinking. If it was Diet Coke, I moved on. A little alcohol was at least a clue that he wanted to relax, enjoy the evening, and maybe engage in a little flirting. My first victim was tall and fit with no wedding ring, and had just orde ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Mary Miller
  • 2005
    Age 71
    Her last recorded work was in the 2005 "updating" of Trial & Retribution by Lynda La Plante, in which Miller played a different character, Felicity Harper, in added on episodes.
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  • 1997
    Age 63
    Then, in 1997, she appeared in two instalments of the Yorkshire Television drama series Trial & Retribution, playing Mrs. Gillingham.
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  • 1995
    Age 61
    The character would re-appear in the programme for one more episode in 1995, still being played by Miller.
    More Details Hide Details Before that return, she went on to take parts in The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries (1993), Casualty (1993), and Cadfael (1995).
  • 1990
    Age 56
    In 1990, Miller appeared for two episodes in the popular BBC soap opera EastEnders, as Frank Butcher's older sister, Joan Garwood, who turns up in Walford at Frank's request when their mother Mo develops Alzheimer's disease, and it is then decided that Mo should go and live with Joan and her husband in Colchester, Essex.
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  • 1988
    Age 54
    After appearing in two episodes of Fay Weldon's The Heart of the Country for BBC Pebble Mill in the same year, she became a regular member of the cast of the Anglia Television fantasy role-playing game format called Knightmare, usually playing the parts of Lillith or Mildread, in a total of 27 shows and finishing in 1988 (although the programme itself continued until 1994).
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  • 1987
    Age 53
    In the 1987 Screen Two production "After Pilkington", the Prix Italia winner written by Simon Gray and starring Miranda Richardson, Miller played Deirdre Pilkington, the wife of a missing archaeologist.
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  • 1985
    Age 51
    She was part of a strong cast list assembled by Anglia Television in 1985 for the making of the fantasy puppet/live action feature Alice in Wonderland, based on the famous novel by Lewis Carroll.
    More Details Hide Details She provided the voices for the Mouse, Duck, Parrot, Longbeaked Bird, Pigeon, Cook and Baby, alongside John Barron, Michael Bentine, Eleanor Bron, Bernard Cribbins, Leslie Crowther, Leonard Rossiter, Eric Sykes and Windsor Davies.
  • 1983
    Age 49
    Miller continued with her stage career, appearing in such productions as the 1983 run of the play Pack of Lies at the Lyric Theatre in London in October 1983, alongside Frank Windsor.
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  • 1981
    Age 47
    Miller returned to London's Covent Garden in April 1981 to fulfil one half of a Royal Ballet production portraying the legendary artistic dancer Isadora Duncan in Kenneth MacMillan's ballet Isadora.
    More Details Hide Details She provided the voice of the subject, reading from Duncan's memoirs, along with Merle Park who danced the moves. She transferred to the United States with the production in July of that year, when Sandra Conley shared the dance interpretation with Park.
  • 1978
    Age 44
    And in 1978, appearing in an episode of Scottish Television's The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (the title role being played by Geraldine McEwan), she took the part of Irene Cibelli.
    More Details Hide Details All Quiet on the Western Front (1979) is a TV film about the First World War from the perspective of the German troops. Filmed in Czechoslovakia, it stars Richard Thomas and Ernest Borgnine, and was adapted from the novel Im Westen nichts Neues by Erich Maria Remarque. Miller played Frau Kemmerich. According to Jacqueline Pearce, the actress who played Servalan in the BBC sci-fi TV series Blake's 7 (1978–81), Miller turned down the role when offered it, and Pearce was cast.
  • 1977
    Age 43
    Also in 1977, Miller appeared as Denise Collins in the BBC television mini-series, Fathers and Families, and then played Fay Passmore in eleven instalments of the Thames Television production Rooms, a long-running series charting the lives of tenants in a block of bed-sits.
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    Her final appearance in the series, called "A Matter of Faith" and broadcast in February 1977, told the story of a man, charged with libel against a spiritual healer, whose wife had committed suicide after a session with the healer failed to cure her paralysis.
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  • 1976
    Age 42
    Two men are charged with conspiring to smuggle arms to Lebanon in "Death for Sale", the last of her 1976 Crown Court appearances.
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    Miller took up the role in 1976, and played the barrister until 1977, in four storylines over ten episodes beginning with "Accepted Standards" in 1976, which featured a cast including Ben Kingsley, Patricia Routledge and Liz Smith, and involved a GP who is accused of libel against a PVC factory over their claims regarding safe practice.
    More Details Hide Details In "Those in Peril", a trawler boat captain is accused of negligence when a deckhand is swept overboard and killed.
  • 1975
    Age 41
    Miller did not restrict herself to just the medium of television. She continued to perform in the theatre, appearing as Beth (with Alan Bates and Nigel Hawthorne) in Simon Gray's Otherwise Engaged at the Queen's Theatre in London on 30 July 1975 under the direction of Harold Pinter, and repeated this performance in New York in 1977.
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  • 1972
    Age 38
    She was chosen to portray the strong female personality that was Angela Dunwoody QC, in Crown Court, the courtroom drama series made by various ITV network television companies between 1972 and 1984.
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  • 1970
    Age 36
    She would make two more series with Feldman - Marty Amok in 1970, and Marty Abroad in 1971.
    More Details Hide Details In the next few years appeared in such productions as Tales of Piccadilly, ITV Playhouse, Sykes, Space: 1999, and Old Times, the Harold Pinter play.
  • 1969
    Age 35
    In 1969, she played Anna in Barrister at Law, a legal drama play from the BBC.
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  • 1968
    Age 34
    She also made appearances in "The Photographer", part of Kenneth Jupp's Chelsea Trilogy; The Mock Doctor, a Rediffusion production based on a comedy by Molière; and another Wednesday Play, called "Mrs. Lawrence Will Look After It", as Freda Wills. 1968 also saw her second appearance in Dr. Finlay's Casebook, this time playing Sister Brown in the episode "A Moral Problem".
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  • 1965
    Age 31
    Miller married the Scottish actor Bill Simpson (Dr. Finlay's Casebook) on 24 July 1965 at Callander near Menteith, Scotland. The couple had no children, and divorced in March 1969.
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    That same year, 1965, she made her first appearance with Casey Hodgkiss, her best friend, and they starred together in the performance of The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail along with Jenna Backer and Nicolette Rhoades for their favourite teacher of all time, T.K. Griffith.
    More Details Hide Details Dr. Finlay's Casebook, alongside her soon-to-be husband Bill Simpson. She played Molly Spalding in "Beware of the Dog", episode 20 in season 3 of the BBC series about a doctors' surgery in Scotland. After four appearances in 1966 (in the anthology-style programmes Mystery and Imagination and The Wednesday Play, in Thirteen Against Fate, and for a second time in No Hiding Place. She was given the role of Maggie Hobson in a 3 part BBC production of Hobson's Choice, the play by Harold Brighouse set in Salford in the late 19th century". Turning her hand once more to comedy, she appeared with Marty Feldman in his madcap series Marty (19680-69).
    In 1965, she played Diana Gibbs in "Other People's Lives", an instalment of the popular BBC Television police drama Dixon of Dock Green, which starred Jack Warner as Sergeant George Dixon.
    More Details Hide Details Later that year, she appeared in the BBC serial drama called Mogul (subsequently renamed The Troubleshooters), set in the oil industry. She played Lizzie, in a storyline called "Tosh and Nora".
  • 1964
    Age 30
    She then played a comedy role in the BBC's The Dick Emery Show on 4 December 1964.
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  • 1963
    Age 29
    In 1963, Miller became one of the 77 performers to be founding members of the National Theatre Company in its inaugural season under artistic director Sir Laurence Olivier.
    More Details Hide Details The Protectors was a British television series, made by ABC (and not to be confused with the later British series from the 1970s, which began a run of 14 episodes in March 1964. It starred Andrew Faulds and Michael Atkinson as an ex-insurance investigator and ex-policeman who start up their own security firm to tackle crime. Miller appeared in May during the eighth instalment called "Freedom!", as Tamara. When the BBC made a series, The Indian Tales of Rudyard Kipling, set in the days of the British Raj and based partly on his book which had originally been "a set of Indian tales that first appeared in Macmillan's Magazine", Miller portrayed Mrs. Denville in episode 23, "A Second-Rate Woman", in 1964.
  • 1959
    Age 25
    Mary Miller first appeared on television in 1959 as Alice Chandler in episode one of the 6-part series The Golden Spur, with Ronald Fraser and Oliver Reed.
    More Details Hide Details In the same year, she took the role of Ann Elsden in "The Talking Doll", the first instalment of the UK TV police drama, No Hiding Place. In 1961, the playwright and novelist Peter Wildeblood was commissioned by Granada Television to produce an 11-part series featuring "up-and-coming acting talent, in plays by young authors, each actor or actress taking the lead role in turn". It was called The Younger Generation, and Miller appeared in eight of the plays.
  • 1933
    Born on December 27, 1933.
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