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Known For

Didn't You Hear...
Didn't You Hear... Art Department
(1983)
Good Grief
Good Grief Art Department
(1990)
Nothing Lasts Forever
Nothing Lasts Forever Miscellaneous Crew
(1995)
Drexell's Class
Drexell's Class Art Department
(1991)

Filmography

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 1993 Murder of Innocence (TV Movie) (property master - as John 'Jay' Miller)
 1992 In the Best Interest of the Children (TV Movie) (property master)
 1991 Drexell's Class (TV Series) (property - 2 episodes)
- Silent Night, Holy Smokes (1991) ... (property)
 1990 Good Grief (TV Series) (props - 2 episodes)
- Full Dress Burial (1990) ... (props)
 1983 Didn't You Hear... (set dresser)
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 1995 Enola Gay and the Atomic Bombing of Japan (historical consultant)
 1995 Nothing Lasts Forever (TV Movie) (stand-in)
 1994-1995 Touched by an Angel (TV Series) (stand-in - 4 episodes)
- Sympathy for the Devil (1995) ... (stand-in - uncredited)
- Fear Not! (1994) ... (stand-in - uncredited)
- Cassie's Choice (1994) ... (stand-in - uncredited)
- Tough Love (1994) ... (stand-in - uncredited)
 1995 In the Shadow of Evil (TV Movie) (stand-in)
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Alternate Names:

John 'Jay' Miller

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