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Actors Portraying Miller

Several actors played Miller on film, such as:

  • Rip Torn played Miller in the 1970 film adaptation of Tropic of Cancer.
  • In the 1970 Jens Jørgen Thorsen adaptation of Quiet Days in Clichy, the Miller-based character of 'Joey' was played by Paul Valjean.
  • Fred Ward played Miller in the 1990 film Henry & June, based on the diaries of Anaïs Nin.
  • David Brandon played Miller in the 1990 film The Room of Words (La stanza delle parole), also based on the diaries of Anaïs Nin.
  • Claude Chabrol's 1990 adaptation of Quiet Days in Clichy saw Andrew McCarthy play the Miller role.

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