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|Born||Linda Taylor Miller
August 18, 1953
New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
|Years active||1979–2011 (Acting)|
|Spouse(s)||Eli (m. 1988)|
She is best known for her role as Nina Cortlandt on ABC Daytime's All My Children (AMC), which she played from 1979 to 1984 and from 1986 to 1989. Miller returned in cameos in 1994, 1995, 1996, and 2010 (40th Anniversary Episode). She returned with Gillian Spencer, who played Nina's mother, on April 20, 2010 for the tribute to Palmer Cortlandt (James Mitchell). Her pairing with Peter Bergman's Dr. Cliff Warner was arguably the first supercouple on the soap.
Education and personal life
Miller modeled in New York City for only a short time before she was discovered. One month to the day after landing in the Big Apple, she had her first audition for the role of Nina Cortlandt. She won the role of Nina and was on ABC's All My Children only 2 1/2 months after her arrival.
In 1988 Miller married her husband, Eli, also from New Orleans. She currently resides in Chicago, Illinois. She has two children, Eli, Jr. and Elizabeth. Miller did voiceovers, movies, TV guest spots and plays in her 30-year acting career. When both her children went to college, she was inspired to make a career transition into the health and wellness field.
At the age of 50, Miller had an awakening. Her energy was dragging and so was her morale. She was feeling old, dowdy and unexcited by life. After being inspired to follow a career in nutrition, Miller graduated as a Holistic Health Coach from The Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She specializes in guiding peri-menopausal, menopausal and post menopausal women into the next segment of their journey. Working to uncover old ideas with the Transformational Coaching Technique and changing eating and lifestyle choices, Miller helps women to look better, lose weight and feel more energetic.