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March 18, 1902|
|Died||December 18, 1927
Diana Miller (March 18, 1902 – December 18, 1927) was an American actress in silent motion pictures. She had red hair and excelled in playing roles which required delineation of character. She was briefly married director and producer George Melford.
Born in Seattle, Washington, Miller entered movies with assistance from actor Wallace Reid. She worked for five years for Famous Players-Lasky before she lost her job and rebounded with the Fox Film Company. She was almost penniless and took work as an extra. By 1925 Miller had worked in nine Fox films.
Miller's first performance was in Honor Among Men (1924). She played the role of Celeste in She Wolves (1925) before making The Kiss Barrier (1925), which featured Edmund Lowe. Her final film roles came in the mid-1920s in The Fighting Heart (1925), When The Door Opened (1925), and The Cowboy and the Countess (1926).
|1924||Honor Among Men||Countess Zara De Winter|
|Flames of Desire||Marion Vavasour|
|1925||The Hunted Woman||Marie|
|The Rainbow Trail||Anne|
|The Kiss Barrier||Suzette|
|Every Man's Wife||Emily|
|All Abroad||Gaby Renee|
|The Fighting Heart||Helen Van Allen||Alternative title: Once to Every Man|
|When the Door Opened||Siren|
|1926||The Cowboy and the Countess||Nanette|
- Kingsport, Tennessee Times, "News Notes From Movieland", April 6, 1925, p. 3.
- Modesto, California Evening News, "They May Mar", December 16, 1924, p. 2.
- Syracuse Herald, "Up and Down The Rialtos", December 21, 1927, p. 26.
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