Michael B. Miller

Highest Rated: 89% Men in War (1957)
Lowest Rated: 10% Saturday the 14th (1981)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
Although born in the entertainment capital of Los Angeles, American actor Michael Miller chose to be trained for his profession at New England's Bard College. Active both off and on Broadway, he amassed an admirable list of stage credits, including Under Milk Wood, Ivanov, Black Comedy and The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald. As a film supporting player, he appeared in numerous New York-based productions, including The Anderson Tapes (1971) and Three Days of the Condor (1976, as Fowler). Miller died of a heart ailment in 1983 while on location for a film in Harpers Ferry, WV. He was 51.

Highest Rated Movies



60% Chaplin Reporter 1992
No Score Yet A Time of Destiny Cement Truck Driver 1988
No Score Yet School Spirit Chuck Reembyle 1985
No Score Yet Hardbodies Landlord 1984
No Score Yet Space Raiders Lou 1984
10% Saturday the 14th Ernie 1981
75% The Front FBI Man 1976
No Score Yet Dragonfly (One Summer Love) Gabe 1976
86% Three Days of the Condor Fowler 1975
No Score Yet Doc Savage---The Man of Bronze Actor 1975
53% Switchblade Sisters Hammer 1975
No Score Yet Unholy Rollers Referee 1972
74% The Anderson Tapes 1st Agent 1971
No Score Yet Charge of the Light Brigade Sir John Campbell 1968
No Score Yet Eye of the Devil Grandec 1966
No Score Yet The Invisible Boy MP at gate (uncredited) 1957
89% Men in War Lynch 1957
60% Destination Moon Actor 1950
No Score Yet The Adventures of Mark Twain Tom Sawyer 1944
No Score Yet The Iron Major Boy 1943


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