This writer, actor and director followed the incredible success of his play "That Championship Season" (1971), his collegiate, sentimental tribute to male friendship and basketball with the role of Fa...
Starred in and wrote play "Barrymore's Ghost"; produced at Seattle's Empty Space; originally written for Stacy Keach who was unable to act the role
Feature directorial and screenwriting debut "That Championship Season"
Wrote the award winning play, "That Championship Season"
Early feature role of Father Karras in feature "The Exorcist"
Play "Nobody Hears a Broken Drum" produced Off-Broadway
TV acting debut "A Home of Our Own"
First TV starring role "F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood"
Made acting debut off-Broadway in "Pequod"
Became artistic director of the Scranton (Pennsylvania) Public Theatre
This writer, actor and director followed the incredible success of his play "That Championship Season" (1971), his collegiate, sentimental tribute to male friendship and basketball with the role of Father Karras in "The Exorcist" (1973), a role he reprised in "The Exorcist III" (1990) as Patient X. His writing and directing career continued with Miller helming the film version of "That Championship Season" (1982) starring Bruce Dern and Stacy Keach. In addition, Miller has written screenplays for TV movies such as "Reward" (1980) and "A Mother's Courage: The Mary Thomas Story" (1989). As an actor, he has played a variety of roles on the tube and on the screen including the writers F. Scott Fitzgerald and Arthur Miller in "F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood" (1976) and "Marilyn: The Untold Story" (1980), respectively.
together in the mid-1970s; daughter of photographer Bruno Bernard
born c. 1964; mother, Linda G Miller
married in 1963; divorced; daughter of Jackie Gleason; appeared in "An Unmarried Woman"
born c. 1968; mother, Linda G Miller
born in December 1974; mother, Sue Bernard; wrote novel "The Mao Game" which he later adapted as motion picture