Linda G. Miller
The daughter of comedian Jackie Gleason, American actress Linda Miller saw little of her restless father during her childhood and even less after he became a major TV star in the '50s. Despite first-hand experience with the rigors and heartaches of showbiz, Miller decided to pursue an acting career, herself. Not wishing to capitalize on Gleason's fame, she adopted her married name, Miller, for her professional moniker (her husband of many years was playwright/actor Jason Miller). Miller's films included King Kong Escapes (1968), One Summer Love (aka Dragonfly, 1976), and An Unmarried Woman (1978), while her television jobs included a regular role on the 1983 series The Mississippi.