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Tall (6' 1"), lovely and alluring brunette knockout Susan Miller was born on March 22, 1947 in New York City, New York. Her father worked at the newspaper "The New York Daily News" and her mother worked at a clothing store for tall women. Miller was a runner-up in the 1965 Miss New York beauty contest. Susan was the Playmate of the Month in the September, 1972 issue of "Playboy." She was the tallest woman to pose for "Playboy" at that time. Following her stint as a Playmate, Miller lived with British writer/director Patrick Garland in England for three years. Read more... returned to America and embarked on a brief acting career. She made her film debut in the obscure drama "Branches." Miller had co-starring roles in Woody Allen's hilarious sci-fi comedy hoot "Sleeper" and the silly made-for-TV adventure romp "Gold of the Amazon Women." Moreover, Susan made guest appearances on episodes of the TV shows "Lou Grant" and "Starsky and Hutch." Susan Miller eventually called it a day as an actress and went on to become a massage therapist.