Harold Miller - Rotten Tomatoes

Harold Miller

Highest Rated:   96% The Bad and the Beautiful (1953)
Lowest Rated:   75% A Place in the Sun (1951)
Birthday:   Not Available
Birthplace:   Not Available
A pleasant, young leading man of the early '20s, Harold Miller was something unusual in the film business, a native Californian. In films from 1920, the dark-haired, brown-eyed Miller played opposite such relatively minor stars as Edith Roberts and Marie Prevost, but was rather more famous for partnering Alene Ray in a couple of well-received Pathé serials, Way of a Man (1921) and, in the title role, Leatherstocking (1924). Perhaps Miller was a bit too immature for lasting serial stardom and when Pathé opted for the more seasoned Walter Miller to star opposite the indefatigable Ray, Harold Miller's career took a nosedive from which it never recovered. He hung in there, however, and played hundreds of bit parts through the 1950s.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Best Things in Life Are Free
  • Percy - The Reporter
1956
96% The Bad and the Beautiful
  • Mourner at Shields Funeral
1953
No Score Yet 3 Sailors And A Girl
  • Indignant Patron
1953
75% A Place in the Sun
  • (uncredited)
1951
No Score Yet Duchess of Idaho
  • Man at Table
1950
No Score Yet Undercurrent
  • Guest
1946
95% The Postman Always Rings Twice
  • Photographer
1946
83% Mildred Pierce
  • Man
1945
No Score Yet Keeper of the Flame
  • Man
1942
No Score Yet In Name Only
  • Man on Boat
1939
86% Love Affair
  • Couple on Deck
1939
No Score Yet Three Loves Has Nancy
  • Man at Party
1938
No Score Yet Music for Madame
  • Guest
1937
No Score Yet Ceiling Zero
  • Pilot
1936
No Score Yet Hands Across the Table
  • Barber Customer
1935
No Score Yet Dante's Inferno
  • Person in Boiler Room
1935
No Score Yet Hi, Nellie!
  • Graham's secretary
1934

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Law & Order
1990-2010
  • Marcus Tate Judge Cyrus Metcalfe
  • 1996
  • 1992

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