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Arthur  Miller
[1915-2005]


glamour shot of Arthur Miller [1915-2005]          short profile

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"The theater is so endlessly fascinating because it's so accidental. It's so much like life."

"Don't be seduced into thinking that that which does not make a profit is without value."

"I think now that the great thing is not so much the formulation of an answer for myself,
for the theater, or for the play – but rather the most accurate possible statement of the problem."

— Arthur Miller


     B I O
     t e x t
     h e r e

Arthur Miller entry at Wikipedia
H.U.A.C. 'Hollywood Blacklist' page
Arthur Miller's Broadway credits [1944-2010] at Internet Broadway Database
Arthur Miller film & TV credits [since 1947] at Internet Movie Database


won Special Emmy Award for Individual Achievement for "Death of a Salesman" [1966]  won Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for "Playing For Time" [1980]   Arthur Miller won two Emmy Awards
in 1966 & 1980
He also received
Tony Award® in 1947 for "All My Sons"
two Tony Awards® in 1949 for "Death of A Salesman"
the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for "Death of A Salesman" in 1949
Tony Award® in 1953 for "The Crucible"
Drama Desk Special Award for Lifetime Achievement In The Theater in 1998
and a Special Lifetime Achievement Tony Award® in 1999


Library of America Arthur Miller plays  Arthur Miller: Collected Plays, 1944-1961 [2006]
Edited by Tony Kushner

Library of America 8x5¼ hardcover [2/2006] for $23.10
includes "The Man Who Had All the Luck" [written 1940]; "All My Sons" [1947]; "Death of A Salesman" [1949]; Miller's 1950 adaptation of Ibsen's "An Enemy of The People"; "The Crucible" [1953]; "A View From The Bridge [1955]; "A Memory of Two Mondays" [1955 one-act]; and "The Misfits" [1961 novella]
Portable Arthur Miller  "The Portable Arthur Miller" [1971]
Edited by Christopher Bigsby

expanded edition includes full texts of plays "Death of A Salesman" [1949]; "The Crucible" [1953]; "After The Fall" [1964]; "The American Clock" [1980]; "The Last Yankee" [1993]; and "Broken Glass" [1994]; plus excerpts from the play "The Golden Years" [1939-1940] & Miller's autobiography "Timebends" [1987]
Penguin Classics 7½x5 pb [7/2003] for $11.56



Stage  Works
Arthur Miller's Broadway credits [since 1944] at Internet Broadway Database

"Honors At Dawn" [1936]

"No Villain: They Too Arise" [1937]

"The Man Who Had All The Luck"
[written 1940, Broadway 1944]

no movies & no video/DVD; Broadway credits: 1944 + 2000 revival
A Midwestern American auto mechanic is suddenly blessed with extraordinary good fortune. After defeating a series of seemingly insurmountable obstacles, he worries that his luck will change, but eventually realizes that his success comes from his good heart, hard work & quick thought.

The Man Who Had All The Luck playscript  
play entry at Wikipedia
playscript of "The Man Who Had All The Luck: A Fable" [1940]
Introduction by Christopher Bigsby

Penguin Classics 7&fracx4¾ pb [5/2004] for $11.00
The Man Who Had All The Luck radio play  "The Man Who Had All The Luck" audio theatre
Directed by Michael Hackett (of U.C.L.A.); starring Emily Bergl, Kevin Chamberlin, Tim DeKay, James Gammon, Lee Garlington, Graham Hamilton, Tom McGowan, Kurtwood Smith, Russell Soder & Tegan West
L.A. Theatre Works full-cast audio CD [10/2007] 2 disks for $25.95

"All My Sons" [1947]
Broadway credits: 1947 + 1987 revival
Attempting to write a popular success after the failure of "The Man Who Had All The Luck", Miller made use of themes from Greek tragedy and Henrik Ibsen (especially "The Wild Duck"), and a news story in an Ohio newspaper. The son of a crooked wartime plant manager announces that he is marrying the daughter of the man falsely blamed for the deadly war-profiteering. Won Tony Awards for Best Play & Best Direction, and the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Play.

All My Sons playscript  
play entry at Wikipedia
"All My Sons: A Drama In Three Acts" [1947]
Introduction by Christopher Bigsby

Penguin Classics 7½x5 pb [10/2000] for $8.80
Dramatists Play Service 7¾x5 pb [6/99] for $7.50
All My Sons 1948 b&w movie poster  "All My Sons" b&w movie [Universal March 1948]
Directed by Irving Reis; script by Chester Erskine, from the Miller play; starring Edward G. Robinson, Burt Lancaster, Mady Christians, Louisa Horton, Howard Duff, Frank Conroy, Lloyd Gough, Arlene Francis & Harry Morgan
Universal b&w VHS [6/98] out of prodn/used
11"x17" poster from Amazon for $9.99
27"x40" poster from Amazon for $19.99
full credits at IMDb

"Alle meine Söhne" [Germany TV Sept 1955]
Co-written & directed by Franz Peter Wirth; video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"All My Sons" [1958 TV episode on "I.T.V. Play of the Week"]
video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"Alla mina Söner" [Sweden TV May1965]
video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

All My Sons 1986 color movie  "All My Sons" color TV movie [Universal/P.B.S. Jan 1986]
Directed by Jack O'Brien; starring James Whitmore, Aidan Quinn,
Michael Learned & Joan Allen
Universal color VHS [1/98] out of prodn/used
full credits at IMDb
All My Sons radio play  "All My Sons" audio theatre [1999]
Starring Julie Harris, James Farantino & Arye Gross
L.A. Theatre Works 1999 full-cast audio CD [1/2001] 2 disks for $22.95

2008 Broadway revival directed by Simon McBurney;
starring Katie Holmes, John Lithgow, Dianne Wiest & Patrick Wilson
credits at IBDb

"Death of A Salesman" [1949]
Broadway credits: 1949-50 + 1975 revival + 1984 revival A + 1984 revival B + 1999 revival
Traveling salesman Willy Loman is in crisis as he nears retiremnt age. He is fired by his boss, his memory is failing, and life is slipping out of control. Willy and his two sons are haunted by the past, and by Willy's failure to be liked by everyone he meets. The play ends with a confrontation between Willy and his son Biff, by Willy's auto-accident suicide, and by Willy's poorly-attended funeral. Death of A Salesman was the first play to win all three major drama awards: the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the Tony Award for Best Play, and the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Play.

Death of A Salesman playscript  
play entry at Wikipedia
playscript of "Death of A Salesman: Certain Private Conversations In
Two Acts & A Requiem" [1949] Introduction by Christopher Bigsby

Penguin Classics 7½x5 pb [5/98] for $5.87
Tandem Library 8x5 hardcover [10/99] for $21.65

"La Muerte de un Viajante" [Argentina Canal 7 TV 1957]
Directed by & starring Narciso Ibáñez Menta; video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"Death of A Salesman" [Nov 1957 TV episode on "I.T.V. Play of the Week"]
video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"De Dood van een Handelsreiziger" [Dutch-Belgium TV Oct 1960]
video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"Kauppamatkustajan Kuolema" [Finland TV 1961]
video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"De Dood van een Handelsreiziger" [Dutch TV Feb 1961]
video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"En Handelsresandes död" [Sweden TV Nov 1961]
Directed by Hans Abramson; starring Kolbjörn Knudsen; video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"Tod eines Handlungsreisenden" [Germany TV Sept 1963]
video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

won Emmy Award for Outstanding Dramatic Program  
Alex Segal won Emmy Award for Outstanding Director  
Arthur Miller won Emmy Award for Outstanding Adaptation  
Death of A Salesman TV movie  "Death of A Salesman" [C.B.S. TV movie May 1966]
Directed by Alex Segal; starring Lee J. Cobb, Albert Dekker, Mildred Dunnock, James Farentino, June Foray, Bernie Kopell, George Segal, Karen Steele & Gene Wilder; won D.G.A. Award, won 3 Emmy Awards (plus noms for LJC & MD)
Kultur Video color DVD [4/2002] for $19.99
Kultur Video color VHS [2/2002] out of prodn/used
full credits from IMDb

"Death of A Salesman" [May 1966 TV episode on B.B.C.'s "Play of The Month"]
Directed by Alan Cooke; starring Rod Steiger, Betsy Blair, Joss Ackland, Tony Bill, Kenneth J. Warren,
Brian Davies & Clive Endersby; video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"Der Tod des Handlungsreisenden" [Germany TV May 1968]
Directed by Gerhard Klingenberg; starring Heinz Rühmann; video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"A Morte de um Caixeiro Viajante" [R.T.P. Portugal TV July 1974]
Co-adapted & directed by Artur Ramos; video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"En Handelsresandes död" [Sweden TV 1979]
Directed by Bo Widerberg; video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

Death of A Salesman 1985 TV movie   "Death of A Salesman" [C.B.S. TV movie Sept 1985]
Directed by Volker Schlöndorff; starring Dustin Hoffman, Kate Reid, John Malkovich, Stephen Lang, Charles Durning, Louis Zorich, David S. Chandler & Jon Polito; won 3 Emmy Awards out of 10 nominations
Image Ent. color DVD [1/2003] for $21.99
Starz / Anchor Bay color VHS [9/2001] 2 tapes - out of prodn/used
full credits from IMDb
the VHS & DVD above include the documentary (produced & directed by Christian Blackwood) "Private Conversations: On The Set of Death of A Salesman" [1985]

"Death of A Salesman" [U.K. TV 1996]
Directed by David Thacker; starring Warren Mitchell, Rosemary Harris, Iain Glen & Owen Teale;
video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"Death of A Salesman" [Showtime TV movie Jan 2000]
Directed by Kirk Browning; co-produced by & starring Brian Dennehy; nominated for D.G.A. Award, 2 Emmy
Awards, won P.G.A. Award, won S.A.G. Award for Best Actor; video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"Tod eines Handlungsreisenden" [Austria TV 2001]
video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"An Enemy of The People"
1950 adaptation by Arthur Miller of the 1882 play by Henrik Ibsen [1828-1906]
Broadway credits [1950-51]
A doctor discovers that the health spa intended to invigorate a small town is contaminated by an upstream tannery and is harming the health of tourist visitors. His brother the mayor and others refuse to clean up the waters because of the great cost – Ibsen's classic indictment of the irrational masses and of the hypocrisy, greed & corruption of the political system that they support.

Henrik Ibsen's "An Enemy of The People" [1882] adapted by Arthur Miller [1950]  
Ibsen play entry at Wikipedia

playscript of the 1950 adaptation by Arthur Miller
Penguin 7¾x5 pb [11/77] for $9.13

"Ein Volksfeind" [Germany TV 1965]
video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

Arthur Miller / Henrik Ibsen / An Enemy of The People  b&w TV program adapted by Arthur Miller [W.N.E.T. Dec 1966]
part of the Broadway Theatre Archive Series; directed by Paul Bogart; starring James Daly, Kate Reid, Philip Bosco, Timothy Daly, Barbara Dana, Earl Hedin, Walter Klavun & James Olson
Kultur Video b&w DVD [5/2002] for $21.99
Kultur Video b&w VHS [5/2002] out of prodn/used
teleplay credits from IMDb
Steve McQueen / Henrik Ibsen / An Enemy of The People  color feature film [Warner/First Artists March 1978]
Co-produced & directed by George Schaefer; based on Arthur Miller's adaptation; co-produced by & starring Steve McQueen, also starring Bibi Andersson, Charles Durning, Richard A. Dysart, Michael Cristofer, Michael Higgins, Eric Christmas & Robin Pearson Rose
video/DVDs not available; full credits from IMDb
"An Enemy of The People" [1990 TV]
Directed by Jack O'Brien; starring John Glover & George Grizzard; video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"The Crucible" [1953]
Broadway credits: 1953 + 1964 + 1972 + 1991-92 + 2002
The rigid theocracy of the Salem colony in Massachusetts (circa 1692) was a community engulfed by hysteria, fear & suspicion. When a young girl accuses another of being a witch, self-righteous church leaders and townspeople insist that she be brought to trial, where neighbor testifies against neighbor. A powerful parable of the Congressional witchhunts that were led by Sen. Joe McCarthy in 1950s America.

information about "The Crucible" at Shmoop

Arthur Miller's The Crucible   play entry at Wikipedia
playscript of "The Crucible" [1953] Introduction by Christopher Bigsby
Penguin 8x5 pb [3/2003] for $9.60
Houghton Mifflin 8½x5½ hardcover [3/96] for $18.92
Critical Edition, edited by Gerald Weales
Viking 7½x5 pb [1/96] for $12.24
Les Sorcières de Salem movie poster  "Les Sorcières de Salem" [Pathé Cinéma France April 1957]
Produced & directed by Raymond Rouleau; adapted by Jean-Paul Sartre [1905-80]; starring Simone Signoret, Yves Montand & Mylène Demongeot
Henstooth Video b&w French-language VHS [3/95] out of prodn/used
full credits at IMDb

"The Crucible" [1959 TV episode on "I.T.V. Play of the Week"]
Directed by Henry Kaplan; starring Sean Connery, Barbara Chilcott, Noel Willman
& Susannah York; video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

opera "The Crucible" [1961] by Robert Ward & Bernard Stambler
won a Pulitzer Prize; album/audio CD not available; opera entry at Wikipedia

"Smeltedigelen" [Norway TV 1965]
Directed by Knut M. Hansson; starring Liv Ullmann & Tor Stokke; video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"The Crucible" [C.B.S. TV movie May 1967]
Directed by Alex Segal; starring George C. Scott, Colleen Dewhurst, Melvyn Douglas, Tuesday Weld,
Fritz Weaver, Cathleen Nesbitt, Henry Jones & Will Geer; video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"The Crucible" [BBC TV (1980]
video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

Arthur Miller's 'The Crucible' video  
Arthur Miller's 'The Crucible' movie poster  
"The  Crucible" feature film [Fox Nov 1996]
Directed by Nicholas Hytner; script by Arthur Miller from his 1953 play; starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Winona Ryder, Paul Scofield, Joan Allen & Bruce Davison; Oscar nominations for Best Actress [JA] & Best Script; nominated for Best Script BAFTA, Scofield won BAFTA for Best Actor
Fox widescreen DVD [6/2004] for $11.98
Fox widescreen VHS [9/2001] for $9.48
Fox color VHS [4/2002] for $9.48
R.C.A. soundtrack CD [11/96] out of stock/used
full credits from IMDb
11"x17" black poster {at left} from Amazon for $9.99
11"x17" white poster {above} from Amazon for $9.99
The Crucible radio play  "The Crucible" audio theatre [2001]
Starring Richard Dreyfuss, Stacy Keach, Irene Aranga, Judyann Elder, Michael York, Ed Begley Jr., Hector Elizondo, Joe Spano, Harris Yulin, Bud Cort & Rene Auberjonois
L.A. Theatre Works audio CD [10/2001] for $25.95

"A View From The Bridge"
[one-act play in verse 1955; two-act play 1956]
Broadway credits: 1955-56 + 1983 revival + 1997-98 revival
An Italian-American longshoreman in Brooklyn lives unhappily with his wife and dotes on his pretty niece. Two Sicilian cousins of the wife enter the country illegally, and ask for help finding work. When the girl falls for one of them, the uncle – unaware of his unconscious feelings for the girl – turns the boy in to Immigration.

A View From The Bridge  
play entry at Wikipedia
playscript of "A View From The Bridge" [1955]
Penguin 7½x5 pb [7/77] for $9.60
Heinemann 7¾x5¼ hardcover [5/95] for $14.22
Vu du Pont / A View From The Bridge movie  "Vu du Pont" [France 1961, USA Jan 1962]
Because of Miller's politics and of the hysterical climate fostered by Joe McCarthy and the H.U.A.C. blacklist, funding for this film was available only in Europe; Lumet directed the film under the principle of Simultaneous Bilingual Film Production, in both English and French, with the same cast. Directed by Sidney Lumet; script by Norman Rosten, based on Miller's play; starring Raf Vallone, Jean Sorel, Maureen Stapleton, Carol Lawrence, Raymond Pellegrin, Morris Carnovsky, Harvey Lembeck, Mickey Knox & Vincent Gardenia
Movies Unlimited English-language b&w VHS [undated] out of prodn/rare
French-language video/DVD not available • full credits from IMDb

"View From The Bridge" [April 1966 U.K. TV episode on "I.T.V. Play of the Week"]
Starring Raf Vallone, Francesca Annis & Katharine Blake; video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

Bolcom's A View From The Bridge opera  "A View From The Bridge" opera [1999]
Composed by William Bolcom, libretto by Arnold Weinstein, based on Miller's play {recording of the Chicago Lyric Opera premiere in October 1999}
New World Records soundtrack CD [6/2001] 2 disks for $35.98
official website
A View From The Bridge radio play  "A View From The Bridge" audio theatre
Starring Harry Hamlin, Mary McDonnell, Amy Pietz, Ed O'Neill, Charles Cioffi, Jamie Hanes, Peter Morse & Don Tieri
L.A. Theatre Works audio CD [1/2002] 2 disks for $25.95

“A View From The Bridge” feature film [2012?]  
Directed by Robert Connolly; adapted by Andrew Bovell; co-produced by & starring Anthony LaPaglia;
also starring Vera Farmiga, Sam Neill, Sebastian Stan & Mia Wasikowska • latest info at IMDb

"A Memory of Two Mondays" one-act play [1955]
Broadway credits: 1955-56 + 1976 revival

"Erinnerung an zwei Montage" [1966 TV]
"A Memory of Two Mondays" [1974 TV]

"After The Fall: A Play In Two Acts" [1964]
Arthur Miller's After The Fall  A lawyer talks about his guilty past, including his ex-wives and his involvement in the H.U.A.C. hearings
Penguin 7¾x5 pb [12/80] for $8.80
Viking hardcover [2/64] out of print/rare
L.A. Theatre Works UNABR audio CD [11/2001] for $24.95
1964-65 Broadway run: starring Jason Robards Jr., Mariclare Costello, Salome Jens & Barbara Loden; credits at IBDb
2004 Broadway revival: starring Peter Krause, Carla Gugino, Jessica Hecht & Vivienne Benesch; credits at IBDb

"After The Fall" [N.B.C. tv special aired Dec 1974]
Directed by Gilbert Cates; starring Christopher Plummer, Faye Dunaway, Bibi Andersson,
Mariclare Costello & Murray Hamilton; video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

"Incident At Vichy" [1964]
"Incident à Vichy" [1973 TV
"Incident At Vichy [1973 TV]

"The Price" [1968]
"Tsena" [Russia 1969]
"The Price" [1971 TV episode on "I.T.V. Saturday Night Theatre"]
"Le Prix" [1975 TV]
"De Prijs" [1979 TV]

"The Creation of The World and Other Business" [1972]

"Up From Paradise" [1974]

"The Archbishop's Ceiling" [1976]

"27 Wagons Full of Cotton" [1976]

"The American Clock" [1980]
"The American Clock" [1993 TV]

"Two-Way Mirror" [1983]
the one-act plays "Elegy For A Lady" and "Some Kind of Love Story"

"Playing For Time" [1986]

"Danger: Memory" [1987]
the one-act plays "I Can’t Remember Anything" and "Clara"
"Clara" [1991 TV]

"The Golden Years" [written 1939-40, produced 1990]
"The Golden Years" [1992 TV]

"The Last Yankee" [1991]
"Den Sista Yankeen" [Sweden TV 1997]

"Broken Glass" [1994]
"Broken Glass" [1996 TV]

"Mr. Peters' Connections" [1998]

"The Ride Down Mt. Morgan" [1991? or 2000]

"Resurrection Blues" [2002]

"Finishing The Picture" [2004]



Other  Works

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"Focus" [1945 novel]
"Focus" [1966 episode of "Theatre 625"]
"Inzicht" [1968 TV]
"Focus" [2001]

Theater Essays of Arthur Miller  "The Theater Essays of Arthur Miller" [orig 1978, expanded 1996]
Edited by Robert A. Martin & Steven R. Centola

Da Capo Press 7¾x5 pb [9/96] for $22.95
Arthur Miller Collected Essays  "Echoes Down The Corridor: Arthur Miller Collected Essays,
1944-2000" [2000]
Edited by Steven R. Centola

Penguin 9¼x6 pb [10/2001] for $15.00
Viking 9½x6¼ hardcover [10/2000] out of print/many used
Arthur Miller On Politics & the Art of Acting  "On Politics and The Art of Acting" [2001]
by Arthur Miller

Amazon bargain edition 7x5¼ hardcover [10/2001] for $4.50
Viking 7x5¼ hardcover [10/2001] for $15.00


Movies  &  Television
browse Arthur Miller DVDs at Amazon
Arthur Miller film & TV credits [1947-2011] at Internet Movie Database

"The Story of G.I. Joe" [1943 film]

"The Misfits" feature film [1961]
Directed by John Huston; written by Arthur Miller; starring Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe,
Montgomery Clift, Thelma Ritter & Eli Wallach; videos/DVDscredits from IMDb

"Fame" [1978 TV]

"Arthur Miller On Home Ground" [1979 TV]

"Playing For Time" [1980) (TV]

"Everybody Wins" [1990]

"The Ryan Interview" [2000 TV]

"Eden" [2001] based on the story "Homely Girl"



Works  About  Arthur  Miller

Arthur Miller autobiography Timebends  "Timebends: A Life" [1987]
by Arthur Miller

Penguin 7¾x5 pb [10/95] for $13.26
Grove Press hardcover [11/89] out of print/many. many used
Arthur Miller / Bloom's Dramatists  "Arthur Miller (Bloom's Major Dramatists Series)" [1987]
Edited by Harold Bloom

Chelsea House 9½x6¾ 2nd edition hardcover [8/2007] for $42.30
Chelsea House 9x6 pb [10/2003] for $20.22
Chelsea House 9¼x6¼ library hardcover [9/99] for $31.95
Chelsea House 9½x7 library hardcover [4/87] for $45.00
Conversations With Arthur Miller  "Conversations With Arthur Miller" [1987]
Edited by Matthew C. Roudane

Univ Press of MS 8¾x5¾ pb [10/87] for $25.00
Univ Press of MS 9½x6½ hardcover [10/87] out of print/used
Cambridge Companion to Arthur Miller  "The Cambridge Companion To Arthur Miller" [1997]
by Christopher Bigsby

Cambridge Univ Press 9x5¾ pb [11/97] for $25.99
Arthur Miller biography by Martin Gottfried  "Arthur Miller: His Life and Work" [2003]
by Martin Gottfried

Da Capo Press 9x5¾ pb [9/2004] for $18.00
Da Capo Press 9½x6½ hardcover [8/2003] out of print/many used
Arthur Miller / Critical Study  "Arthur Miller: A Critical Study" [2004]
by Christopher Bigsby

Cambridge Univ Press 9x5¾ pb [11/2004] for $22.84
Cambridge Univ Press 8¾x6 hardcover [11/2004] for $99.00
Arthur Miller's America / Theater & Culture  "Arthur Miller's America: Theater & Culture In A Time of Change" [2005]
Edited by by Enoch Brater

Univ MI Press 8¾x6 pb [10/2005] for $25.95
Univ MI Press 9x6 hardcover [1/2005] out of print/used
Arthur Miller Life & Works  "Arthur Miller: A Playwright's Life and Works" [2005]
by Enoch Brater

Thames & Hudson 9½x7 hardcover [10/2005] for $22.76
Arthur Miller's Global Theater  "Arthur Miller's Global Theater" [2007]
Edited by Enoch Brater

Univ MI Press 9x6¼ hardcover [2/2007] for $49.50



Family  &  Friends

Arthur Miller's first wife was Mary Slattery; the marriage lasted from 1940 to divorce in June 1956.

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Miller married longtime friend actress Marilyn Monroe in June 1956; he wrote the film "The Misfits" for her, but the
marriage was troubled and they divorced in January 1961, just before the opening of the film. Monroe died in August 1962.

Marilyn Monroe [1926-62]: entry at Wikipediacredits at IMDb

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Arthur Miller met Austrian photographer Inge Morath on the set of "The Misfits" in 1960, and they were married
in February 1962. Their marriage lasted until her death in January 2002; daughter Rebecca was born in September
1962, and son Daniel was born in November 1966.

Ingeborg Morath Miller [1923-2002]: entry at Wikipediacredits at IMDb
Inge Morath Foundation [est. 2003]

"In Russia" [1969] Text by Arthur Miller, photographs by Inge Morath
"In the Country" [1977] Text by Arthur Miller, photographs by Inge Morath
"Chinese Encounters" [1979] Text by Arthur Miller, photographs by Inge Morath
documentary film "Copyright by Inge Morath" [1992]

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Daughter Rebecca Miller is an actress & screenwriter & film director.
She married actor Daniel Day-Lewis in 1996; they have two sons.

Rebecca Miller: entry at Wikipediacredits at IMDb
Daniel Day-Lewis: entry at Wikipediacredits at IMDb



L i n k s

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Arthur Miller entry at Wikipedia
Arthur Miller's Broadway credits [1944-2010] at Internet Broadway Database
Arthur Miller film & TV credits [1947-2011] at Internet Movie Database
browse Arthur Miller DVDs at Amazon

Arthur Miller Society
publisher's Arthur Miller page
B.B.C. articles on Arthur Miller
B.B.C. Arthur Miller biography
H.U.A.C. 'Hollywood Blacklist' page



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