At the age of 97, “Days of Our Lives” actor Mark Miller passed away.
Miller passed away naturally on September 9 in Santa Monica, California. On Wednesday, the actress Penelope Ann Miller tweeted a confirmation of her father’s passing.
Her moving eulogy began, “My Papa’s precious soul left this earth 9/9/2022.” All who knew him said, “He loved profoundly and was adored by all. He had a profound impact on many people.
He was amusing, enjoyable, and continuously producing. He loved his life and saw the good in everything! I was fortunate to have him as my father, the 58-year-old “Chaplin” actor stated.
Miller appeared in the renowned soap opera from 1975 to 1976, and from 1965 to 1967, he was the father on the NBC sitcom “Please Don’t Eat the Daisies.” Additionally, he appeared in the 1980s films “Christmas Mountain” and “Savannah Smiles.”
A Walk in the Clouds, a 1995 romance movie starring Keanu Reeves, was written by Miller as a side project.
Miller performed in guest parts on shows like “The Millionaire,” “Gunsmoke,” “The Andy Griffith Show,” “General Hospital,” and “I Dream of Jeannie,” among others.
On November 20, 1924, he was born in Houston. He then relocated to New York to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Miller also had a theatre credit for playing Sandy Lord in “The Philadelphia Story.” Sarah Churchill, a Winston Churchill’s daughter, also appeared in the drama.
The Sissy Spacek romantic comedy “Ginger in the Morning,” which featured some of Miller’s own songs, was written, produced, and starred in by Miller in 1974.
The actor had four children and six grandchildren, and he had been married and divorced twice.
Celebrities and fans posted heartfelt tributes on social media, with actor Rob Morrow writing: “So sad, Penny. Many blessings to you and your family.
“Sorry to hear about your loss. Although it’s difficult to picture it now, the pain eventually goes away and is replaced by thousands of wonderful memories that you can share with others around you. Wishing you courage, solace, and tranquilly,” mourned one user.
Michael McKean, a comedian, continued, “Oh, Penelope. We regret to hear this. From here, with love.