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Herman Miller

Herman Miller

Herman Miller was a Hollywood writer and producer. He received his B.A. in 1950 and M.F.A. in 1952 from the University of Southern California. Miller was involved in a number of influential television programs including Kung Fu (TV series) for which he won the 1972 Writers Guild of America Award for Best Drama for the episode King of the Mountain.

Miller was responsible for the story of the 1968 feature film Coogan's Bluff starring Clint Eastwood. He co-wrote the screenplay with Dean Riesner and Howard Rodman. Miller's work on this film is credited with inspiring the television show McCloud.

Miller also wrote for the television series Daniel Boone (TV series) and MacGyver.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2005.

Herman Miller Facts

OccupationProducer, Screenwriter
BirthdayNovember 10, 1919
SignScorpio
Date of deathApril 18, 1999 (Los Angeles, California, USA, age 79)

Selected Filmography

Not available.