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      Arthur Miller

      Arthur Miller

      Highest Rated: 97% The Misfits (1961)

      Lowest Rated: 13% Everybody Wins (1990)

      Birthday: Oct 17, 1915

      Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

      Acknowledged as a leading figure in postwar American theater, playwright Arthur Miller had long been acclaimed as a writer who mixed naturalistic drama with timeless moral and political issues, with much of his work centered on the ethical responsibility of the individual in conflict with his community. His landmark play, "Death of a Salesman" (1949), won both a Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize, while building a reputation as one of the greatest plays written in the 20th century. Four years later, he wrote "The Crucible" (1953), a thinly-guised examination of McCarthyism and the Red Scare that was a worthy addition to his already impressive canon, which included the working-class triumph of "A View from the Bridge" (1955). After himself enduring public suspicion for ties to Communism, which led to a conviction - and later appeal - for contempt of Congress, he made further headlines for his high-profile, but stormy marriage to sex symbol Marilyn Monroe, which ended right after the completion of "The Misfits" (1961), a film written by Miller for Monroe which ultimately proved to be her last. Miller went on to find success on television and in film with his Emmy-winning "Playing for Time" (CBS, 1980) and the critically acclaimed adaptation of his own work, "The Crucible" (1996), all the while enjoying his reputation as one of the greatest playwrights of the 20th century.




      56% 62% Focus Writer $719.8K 2001
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Eden Father (Character) - 2001
      69% 66% The Crucible Screenwriter $7.3M 1996
      13% 36% Everybody Wins Screenwriter $978.9K 1990
      No Score Yet 79% An Enemy of the People Writer - 1990
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Private Conversations Unknown (Character) - 1985
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Brooklyn Bridge Unknown (Character) - 1981
      No Score Yet 72% Playing for Time Screenwriter - 1980
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Fame Screenwriter - 1978
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Rehearsal Unknown (Character) - 1974
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Price Writer - 1971
      97% 78% The Misfits Writer - 1961


      No Score Yet No Score Yet Inside the Actors Studio Guest 1994
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Civil War William Tecumseh Sherman (Voice) 1990