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Marvin Miller

Marvin Miller

United States

Age: 71

Born: 18 Jul, 1913

Died: 08 Feb, 1985

Known for

In Aquaman as Aquamanas Aquaman

in Aquaman
In The F.B.I. as Narratoras Narrator

in The F.B.I.
In The Millionaire as Michael Anthonyas Michael Anthony

in The Millionaire

TV Series Starring Marvin Miller


Set in the lost city of Atlantis, Aquaman is the hero from the deep who protects the sea against any foes who threaten the peaceful undersea life. Aided by his ward Aqualad, Aquaman fights for justice on the ocean floor while keeping close contact with friends on dry land.

The F.B.I.The F.B.I.
ABC, 1965 | Drama, Crime, Mystery

. The fourth series from QM Productions after "The New Breed", "The Fugitive", and "Twelve O'Clock High", "The F.B.I." was Quinn Martin's longest running action series. It was unique as its stories were apparently supervised by FBI director J. Edgar Hoover himself, no less. (Martin later allowed that Hoover was less concerned with the storylines but watched over the presentation of proper Bureau procedure with eagle eyes.) In its first year, the show allowed occasional human moments. Inspector Lewis Erskine lost his wife in a job-related shoot-out. His daughter, Barbara, was engaged to Special Agent Jim Rhodes, a match not altogether approved of by Erskine. Barbara was gone after the first year.

The MillionaireThe Millionaire
CBS, 1955 | Drama

What would you do if someone gave you a million dollars and it was all tax free? That was the premise of this 1955-60 CBS series in which unseen millionaire John Beresford Tipton each week gave away a million bucks to a needy person. Marvin Miller played Tipton's secretary, Michael Anthony, who was the man who handed out the checks to the lucky beneficiaries. Paul Frees provided the voice of the unseen millionaire Tipton.