Arthur Miller was born on October 17, 1915 (age 90) in New York City, New York, United States. He is a celebrity Essayist, Playwright, Actor, Screenwriter, Voice Actor. He graduated from University of Michigan (1938), Abraham Lincoln High School (1932). He died on February 10, 2005, Roxbury, CT. His fiancee is Inge Morath (m. 1962–2002), Marilyn Monroe (m. 1956–1961), Mary Grace Slattery (m. 1940–1956). Arthur Miller's height is 6 ft (1.85 m).
Arthur Asher Miller is one of the greatest American dramatists of the 20th century. His work was respected in the literary circuit, for its honesty and edginess. He was born and brought up in New York in a rich family with servants and chauffeurs but soon his father lost all his money to Wall Street Crash of 1929 and Miller had to struggle to support his family as well as his studies. He went to University of Michigan where he was awarded for his literary genius with the Avery Hopwood Award. His plays started getting produced from the 1940s until 2010. The most successful play of his life has been ˜The Death of a Salesman' which fetched him a Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize. He got married thrice and one of his marriages was with the Hollywood actress Marilyn Monroe. Their relationship was sensationalized throughout their marriage due to the troubled lifestyle of Monroe. After her death, a lot of his work was inspired by his experiences with Monroe like, ˜After The Fall'. Some of Miller's plays like, ˜The Death of a Salesman' and ˜The Crucibles' have been turned into motion picture. He died while he was in relationship with a woman half his age - Agnes Barley.
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He attended the University of Michigan, and worked as a journalist and night editor for the Michigan Daily, when he wrote his first play, No Villain.
In addition to his plays, he wrote the film The Misfits.
As far as we know Arthur Miller has died February 10, 2005 ( age 90)
At the age of 90, Arthur Miller's height is 6 ft (1.85 m) .
In 1985, a film adaptation of Death of a Salesman was released with Dustin Hoffman in the starring role.
● He graduated from University of Michigan (1938), Abraham Lincoln High School (1932)● He died on February 10, 2005, Roxbury, CT● His fiancee is Inge Morath (m. 1962–2002), Marilyn Monroe (m. 1956–1961), Mary Grace Slattery (m. 1940–1956)● Arthur Miller's height is 6 ft (1.85 m)
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Stanley Martin Lieber, popularly known as Stan Lee, was an American comic book writer, editor, publisher, media producer, television host, actor, and voice actor. He started out his career working as an office boy for the Marvel Comics““which meant fetching lunch, proof reading and refilling artist's ink jars, eventually proving his creative talent, escalated from the position of interim editor to the president of the entire company. He is known for creating superheroes like ˜Spider-Man', ˜The Hulk', ˜X-men', ˜Iron Man', ˜Thor', ˜Doctor Strange', etc. and gained nationwide popularity when he created the superhero series ˜The Fantastic Four' in which he made his superheroes imperfect rather than selling the idea of a perfectly capable superhero. He created these superheroes in collaboration with his colleagues, Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko. He is said to have brought in revolution in the comic world through his satirical writing and bringing in the elements of the real world into the world of these superheroes, which is how he used to make these superheroes viable and responsible. It was Lee who made Marvel Comics a multimedia corporation from just a small division of a publishing house. Apart from creating superheroes and writing story plots for the comics, he also wrote weekly columns and produced many superhero based ventures through his production company.
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