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Dan Miller (II) (1941–2009)

Dan Miller was born on September 30, 1941 in Augusta, Georgia, USA as Zachariah Daniel Miller III. He was an actor and producer, known for Top Card (1989), Big Dreams & Broken Hearts: The Dottie West Story (1995) and The 4th on 4 (2007). He was married to Karen Wedgeworth and Eileen McCoy. He died on April 8, 2009 in Augusta. See full bio »


(age 67) in Augusta, Georgia, USA

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Top Card
Top Card Co-Host (1989-1990)
The 4th on 4
The 4th on 4 Actor
Miller & Company
Miller & Company Producer


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 2007 The 4th on 4 (TV Movie)
 1995 Big Dreams & Broken Hearts: The Dottie West Story (TV Movie)
T.V. Announcer
 1989 Top Card (TV Series)
Co-Host (1989-1990)
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 1992 Miller & Company (TV Series) (executive producer)
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 2006 65th Annual Iroquois Steeplechase (TV Movie)
 1993 10 Seconds (TV Series)
Himself - Host
 1992 Miller & Company (TV Series)
Himself - Host (1992-1993)
 1989-1990 The Pat Sajak Show (TV Series)
Himself - Announcer
- Episode #1.293 (1990) ... Himself - Announcer
- Episode #1.249 (1990) ... Himself - Announcer
- Episode #1.165 (1989) ... Himself - Announcer
- Episode #1.112 (1989) ... Himself - Announcer
- Episode #1.85 (1989) ... Himself - Announcer
 1989 The New Hollywood Squares (TV Series)
Himself - Panelist
- Episode dated 1 May 1989 (1989) ... Himself - Panelist

Personal Details

Other Works:

Host, Executive Producer, "Miller & Company" talk show, TNN: The Nashville Network 1992-93

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Veteran Nashville TV news anchor at WSMV-TV. Later went to Los Angeles in 1986 and served as an anchor at KCBS-TV for two years. Returned to Nashville in the early 1990s and resumed his position at WSMV in 1995 and remained until his death. See more »

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