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Ronald Millar (I) (1919–1998)

Ronald Millar was born on November 12, 1919 in Reading, Berkshire, England as Ronald Graeme Millar. He was a writer and actor, known for Scaramouche (1952), Frieda (1947) and Betrayed (1954). He died on April 16, 1998 in London, England. See full bio »

Died:

(age 78) in London, England, UK

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Filmography

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 1974 Au théâtre ce soir (TV Series) (play - 1 episode)
- Giliane ou Comme un oiseau (1974) ... (play)
 1968 ITV Playhouse (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Number Ten (1968) ... (writer)
 1965 Die Affäre (TV Movie) (teleplay)
 1955 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series) (original screenplay - 1 episode)
- So Evil My Love (1955) ... (original screenplay)
 1954 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series) (teleplay - 1 episode)
- Waiting for Gillian (1954) ... (teleplay)
 1954 Betrayed (screenplay)
 1954 Rose Marie (screenplay)
 1953 Never Let Me Go (screenplay)
 1952 Scaramouche (screenplay)
 1951 The Unknown Man (story and screenplay)
 1949 Train of Events (writer)
 1948 Frieda (TV Movie) (play)
 1948 So Evil My Love (screenplay)
 1947 Frieda (play) / (screenplay)
 1946 Frieda (TV Movie) (play)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

His play, "Waiting for Gillian", was performed at the St. James's Theatre in London, England with Googie Withers, Frank Lawton, John McCallum and Noel Howlett in the cast. See more »

Alternate Names:

Sir Ronald Millar
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Trivia:

A former actor, he worked as a screenwriter for Ealing and MGM (1948-54) after the war. Also wrote plays. Came to note as a speech writer for three Conservative English Prime Ministers: Edward Heath, Margaret Thatcher (he was knighted when she came to power) and John Major. For Thatcher, he wrote the famous line "The lady's not for turning". See more »

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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