‘Please Don’t Eat Daisies’ Star Turns 97 – KristenBellTattoos.com

Mark Miller, prolific actor and screenwriter best known for his Please don’t eat chamomile as well as Guest Ho! already died. His daughter, actress Penelope Ann Miller, confirmed the news on Twitter. He was 97.

Miller played college professor Jim Nash. Please don’t eat chamomile, which ran from 1965 to 1967 and then in syndication. The NBC-MGM sitcom, which consisted of 58 half-hour episodes, was based on the theatrical film of the same name, starring Doris Day and David Niven. The series was initially good, but its ratings dropped heavily in the second season when it was moved opposite. The Jackie Gleason Show.

Miller had significant runs on other major shows, most notably Desilu’s. Guest Ho! on ABC in 1960. He played half of a New York couple, the Hootens, who move to a ranch in New Mexico. Guest Ho! ran one season together The Donna Reed Show on Thursday evening.

The actor had a 13-episode arc as J. R. Barnett. Days of our lives in 1975 for 13 more episodes as Howard Jones on the NBC college series. Bright Promise in 1970. He starred in two episodes Main hospital in 1965.

Throughout the 60s and 70s, Miller appeared in many of the era’s staples: I follow, The Andy Griffith Show, Alfred Hitchcock Presents , The Patty Duke Show, Twilight Zone, This girl, Adam-12, A gun, Emergency!, Barnaby Jones, kung Fu, Waltons, Marcus Welby, Streets of San Francisco and more.

In the 1980s, Miller wrote episodes for many famous shows, including different strokes as well as Jeffersons.

On the big screen, Miller wrote a 1995 Keanu Reeves car. Walk in the cloudsdirected by Alfonso Arau. He also wrote and starred in the 1982 film. Savana Smileswhich included his two daughters, Marisa and Savannah, the latter of whom inspired the film.

Miller has also appeared in dozens of stage productions such as Noël Coward’s. Private life opposite Grace Kelly, Philip Barry Philadelphia storyWilliam Inge Bus stop opposite Elaine Stritch and with Joan Blondell in Darkness at the top of the stairs.

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