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Arthur Miller

Arthur Miller (born October 17, 1915) is an American playwright.



Monroe and Miller photo
Monroe and Miller on the set of The Misfits


  • Death of a Salesman
  • The Crucible
  • All My Sons
  • The Misfits
  • After the Fall
  • The Man Who Had All the Luck
  • The Archbishop's Ceiling
  • The American Clock
  • Rewrite of Henrik Ibsen's An Enemy of the People
  • Broken Glass
  • The Creation of the World and Other Business
  • Danger: Memory!: Two Plays: I Can't Remember Anything, Clara
  • Elegy For a Lady
  • Everybody Wins: A Screenplay
  • Incident at Vichy
  • The Last Yankee: With a New Essay About Theatre Language
  • A Memory of Two Mondays
  • Mr. Peters' Connections
  • Playing for Time
  • The Price
  • The Ride Down Mt. Morgan
  • Some Kind of Love Story
  • A View from the Bridge
  • Resurrection Blues

Other works

  • Focus
  • Situation Hopeless (but Not Serious)
  • The Ryan Interview
  • The Golden Years
  • Fame
  • The Reason Why
  • Homely Girl, a Life: And Other Stories
  • The Theater Essays of Arthur Miller
  • Timebends: A Life


  • Death of a Salesman was the first play to win the New York Drama Critics Circle Award , the Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize.
  • Was exempted from military service during World War II because of a football injury.
  • According to biographer Martin Gottfried, Miller and Inge Morath had a son, Daniel, born with Down Syndrome. Miller put Daniel in an institution in Roxbury, Connecticut, and never visited him. Miller does not mention Daniel in his autobiography.

See theater, literature, University of Michigan, Hollywood Ten, House Unamerican Activities Committee

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Last updated: 11-06-2004 12:14:38