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Marjie Millar (1930–1966)

Marjie Millar was born on August 10, 1930 in Tacoma, Washington, USA as Marjorie Joy Miller. She was an actress, known for Money from Home (1953), About Mrs. Leslie (1954) and When Gangland Strikes (1956). She was married to Charles Candoo, John Dennis McCallum, John Florea and James Sidney Rollins Jr. She died on April 16, 1966 in Coronado, ... See full bio »

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 1957 The O. Henry Playhouse (TV Series)
Carolyn Pemberton
- The Emancipation of Billy (1957) ... Carolyn Pemberton
 1956 When Gangland Strikes
June Ellis (nee June Garrett)
 1956 Dragnet (TV Series)
Sharon Maxwell
- The Big Slug (1956) ... Sharon Maxwell
- The Big Set (1956) ... Sharon Maxwell
- The Big Ruling (1956) ... Sharon Maxwell
- The Big Tour (1956) ... Sharon Maxwell
 1955 The Millionaire (TV Series)
Joyce Page Sargent
- The Philip Sargent Story (1955) ... Joyce Page Sargent
 1955 Star Stage (TV Series)
- The Girl Who Wasn't Wanted (1955) ... Jennifer
 1954-1955 Where's Raymond? (TV Series)
- Last of the Showboats (1955) ... Susan
- The Efficiency Expert (1955) ... Susan
- Herman, the Wonder Dog (1955) ... Susan
- Reunion of Squad B (1955) ... Susan
- Ray Humanizes Pete (1955) ... Susan
 1954 About Mrs. Leslie
Nadine Roland
 1954 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
Intermission Guest
- Spent in Silence (1954) ... Intermission Guest
 1952 Fireside Theatre (TV Series)
- The Rivals (1952)

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Personal Quote:

Work hard and grab every opportunity here. Then, when an opportunity takes you elsewhere, follow it. You have to have extreme ability and extreme willingness to work and work. If you don't love the work for itself, you don't belong in it. The other advice is, be yourself-don't be a phony. See more »


A car crash in 1958 left her a partial cripple and she was forced to give up her career. She returned to her hometown and ran a dancing school. See more »

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