BiographySpringfield, Ohio, USA
An Ohioan by birth, son of a minister, Ken Miller broke quietly into showbiz behind the backs of his parents, then relocated to California after the death of his father. The familiar array of odd jobs preceded his motion picture debut (1952's Fearless Fagan (1952)) and a stint with Uncle Sam in Berlin (where he took time off to play a recurring role in the low-cost Flash Gordon (1954) TV series). Returning to Tinseltown, he palled around with contemporaries like Connie Stevens, Troy Donahue, Annette Funicello, Burt Reynolds and others. Read more... cutting his own records and acting on the large and small screen. Miller is now based in Florida.