David Miller

Throughout his impressive career, David Miller served as a director on a variety of great films. Miller's early work as a director consisted of a variety of independent films, such as the historical film "Billy the Kid" (1941) with Robert Taylor, "Flying Tigers" (1942) and the Groucho Marx comedy "Love Happy" (1949). He also appeared in "Our Very Own" (1950) with Ann Blyth, the Joan Crawford thriller "Sudden Fear" (1952) and the Ginger Rogers crime picture "The Beautiful Stranger" (1954). He continued to work in film in the fifties and the sixties, directing motion pictures like the June Allyson adaptation "The Opposite Sex" (1956), "The Story of Esther Costello" (1957) and "Happy Anniversary" (1959) with David Niven. He also appeared in "Midnight Lace" (1960). Miller was nominated for a Promoting International Understanding Golden Globe Award for "Captain Newman, M.D." in 1963. Toward the end of his career, Miller directed "Executive Action" (1973) with Burt Lancaster and "Bittersweet Love" (1976). Miller was most recently credited in "Cake Wars" (Food Network, 2014-15). Miller passed away in April 1992 at the age of 83.