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I loved playing against the Pacers and Reggie Miller. Reggie was a great competitor, and I enjoyed playing against competitors.
I was born in Boston, Massachusetts on May 16, 1923, the only child of Joel and Sylvia Miller.
I like Rebecca Miller and her writing. She’s a tremendous writer and director.
I think Henry Miller has had huge influence not because he wrote about sex, but because the memoir or the nonfiction novel has become such a monumental force in American publishing, if not in literature.
There has been a rather unpleasant sensibility apparent in Frank Miller’s work for quite a long time.
When I was an adolescent in England, at school we had to read ‘Death of a Salesman.’ I remember feeling incredibly moved by the portrayal of these people and the idea with which Miller broached the whole subject of failure or failed systems, or the way that people are crushed by a system in which they find themselves.
I feel like it’s big now with the passing of Mac Miller. Rest in peace, Mac Miller, who was a good friend of mine. That just showed people, like, it could happen to anybody. Just because you have fame or money, you’re not immune to negativity and depression and stress.
I really love the Frank Miller ‘Year One’ stuff.
When I owned the theater, I had the Glen Miller Orchestra. I had 20 girls singing and dancing. I had a cast of characters. It was a big group production, as well as ushers, ticket takers.
Jessica Alba’s very beautiful; so is Sienna Miller.
I worked with many directors in my life, but Tim Miller is definitely my favorite. He not only has a beautiful sense of directing actors, but he also shares a great love and passion for the comic book world, as I do.
I’ll always be known as Cheryl Miller’s little brother.
I loved Roger Miller.
Mac Miller is my best friend in the industry.
My foundation in acting has been serious theatre: Albert Camus, Arthur Miller, Shakespeare. It’s really the best medium to learn the craft.
I listen to top 40, old country, blues… I’m really into Roger Miller.
Everyone has a different interpretation of characters we know and love from Shakespeare, from ‘Miller’. There’s specific things about them that are written that are kind of the fingerprints of the first person who played that role, and so I like to think of it as a road map.
And it was the idea that you can do a play – like a Shakespeare play, or any well-written play, Arthur Miller, whatever – and say things you could never imagine saying, never imagine thinking in your own life.
Henry Miller, Jack Kerouac, Albert Camus, Graham Greene – they influenced my life to a profound extent.
While writing ‘Bhavesh,’ I pretty much chewed up every single graphic novel I could get my hands on, so all the way from the entire ‘Batman‘ series, Frank Miller’s ‘Batman,’ Ed Brubaker’s ‘Batman,’ Scott Snyder’s ‘Batman,’ all the way through ‘Daredevil‘ to ‘100 Bullets,’ through so many other graphic novels.
Artistically I like to do short-term things. Like I do a lot of commercials, I have the Miller commercial out where I play the Devil in Hell, where Hell is frozen.
Frank Miller and David Mack are incredible artists.
I’m pretty fast getting up and down the court, especially with Andre Miller.
I remember Mitch Miller saying every week, This rock and roll stuff will never last. But one doesn’t like to bring that up to Mitch.
I walk into a restaurant in Westwood now, and people know it’s Reggie Miller. I used to be always Cheryl’s little brother.
I also appreciate the lasting friendships I’ve made while working with our great sponsors through the years, including Miller Lite, Shell and Dodge.
I rested only two days after my loss to Jim Miller.
I’m not a natural writer like, let’s say – I’m not talking about Arthur Miller; that’s a whole other thing – but let’s say Woody Allen. But the more I’ve written, the more I’ve found that there is a deep well in me somewhere that wants to express things that I’m not going to find unless I write them myself.
Charles Miller cannot bring down my government.
I think Janeane Garofalo is incredibly funny, and I love Dennis Miller.
‘What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger‘ not only applies to the deeply personal subject matter of ‘To the Bone‘ but to simply getting a film about people with eating disorders made. Without the brilliant Julie Lynn, Bonnie Curtis, and Karina Miller producing, there’s no way this project would be coming to fruition.
Without Mac Miller, there would be no GoldLink.
I was probably just trying to be Dennis Miller, but without the vocabulary to actually be Dennis Miller. I guess I was just less interesting than I am now, if I am interesting at all.
Frank Miller is more of a visionary than any director I’ve ever worked with, and he achieves that vision better than anyone I’ve ever worked with.
I think the only thing that happened when I fought Jim Miller is that I was a just kid, he had way more experience. I was winning the fight, landing punches and trying to get 10 submissions at the same time, and Jim Miller went for one attack only, a kneebar, and got it. His experience made the difference.
I’d love to talk to Janeane Garafalo or Randi Rhodes or Stephanie Miller from Air America. I’m an Air American junkie; I listen to them every day.
The funny thing is, Dennis Miller got me back into comedy.
Travis Scott is definitely a big inspiration. Lil Wayne was a big one. Lil Wayne, 50 Cent. Those were my two, like, big ones growing up. Then I got into Mac Miller, Wiz Khalifa phase.
Show dancing stood very well on its own a long time ago with dancers like Bill Robinson and Marilyn Miller.
Like everyone else, I love ‘Born Again:’ that was a seminal work for me. Everything Frank Miller did on ‘Daredevil’ is like the Bible.
I got to know Australians well working on the ‘Mad Max’ franchise with director George Miller.
I was brought up with beautiful music – Nat King Cole and Glen Miller from my dad, and my mum loved Judy Garland and Doris Day – brilliant stuff. Through my brothers and sisters I heard David Bowie and The Specials, The Carpenters, Meatloaf and The Rolling Stones.
Henry Miller wrote novels, but he calls his protagonist Henry, often Henry Miller, and his books are in this gray area between memoir and novel.
To me, Stephen Miller is like Iago whispering in the president‘s ear, along with John Kelly. These people are totally anti-immigrant.
What does Macbeth want? What does Shakespeare want? What does Othello want? What does James want? What does Arthur Miller want when he wrote? Those things you incorporate and create in the character, and then you step back and you create it. It always must begin with the point of truth within yourself.
I just think that Stephen Miller is completely tone deaf when it comes to reforming our immigration system.
I would want to do a role like the one Ezra Miller had in ‘We Need To Talk About Kevin.’ That is a real juicy role.
Working with George Miller was an education. It was eight college degrees in character development and directing all at once.
I love the theatre and Miller is one of my all-time favourite playwrights. ‘All My Sons’ is a very socialist play, which exposes the lack of empathy that can accompany capitalism when it is left unchecked.
It would be neat to sing with Roger Miller.