Mark Miller (actor)
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Miller in 1960.
November 20, 1925 |
Houston, Texas, United States
|Occupation||Television and film actor|
|Spouse(s)||Beatrice Ammidown (1959-1975) (divorced)
Barbara Stanger Miller (1976-present)
Penelope Ann Miller
Mark Miller (born November 20, 1925) is an American television actor and writer who made more than forty appearances in television programs and films since 1957, best-known for his roles as Bill Hooten in Guestward, Ho! and Jim Nash in Please Don't Eat the Daisies TV series.
Miller was born in Houston, Texas.
He co-starred with Joanne Dru, J. Carrol Naish, and Flip Mark in the 1960-1961 ABC sitcom, Guestward, Ho!, the story of a New York City family named "Hooten" who relocates to New Mexico to operate a dude ranch.
During 1965-1966, he portrayed college professor Jim Nash, the leading role opposite Patricia Crowley, on the NBC-MGM television sitcom, Please Don't Eat the Daisies, loosely based on the former Doris Day film.
In 1969-1970, Miller played the role of the sidekick, Ross Craig in NBC's The Name of the Game and starred in a 1962 episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents called "Apex" in which he plays a philandering husband intent on killing his wife but is constitutionally unable to carry out the crime. In 1973, he appeared in the episode "Death by Prescription" of Lorne Greene's ABC crime drama Griff.
With her, 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 film actress Penelope Ann Miller.
He has been retired since the late 1990s, even though Miller did write the comedy play, Amorous Crossings in 2010.
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