June 15, 2020
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Arthur Millers Life
⟶ Updated 20 Sep 2017 ⟶
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Arthur Miller is Born
His first play Honors at Dawn earns him the Avery Hopwood Award.
Arthur Miller graduates college at the University of MIchigan
First Broadway production The Man Who Had All the Luck is shut down after 4 days
All My Sons opens at the Coronet Theatre on Broadway, earning Miller his first Tony Award.
Death of a Salesman is hailed as a masterpiece of the modern theatre and earns a Pulitzer Prize.
A view from the Bridge and A Memory of Two Mondays open at the Coronet Theatre on Broadway
Miller is called before HUAC (the House Un-American Activities Committee) for attending communist meetings.
Arthur Miller marries Marilyn Monroe
Miller is found guilty for refusing to give names as during the anti-communist witch hunt.
The Misfits is released in theatres (a film about his failing marriage with Monroe)
The crucible earns Miller another prize for his play
Another play (The price ) wins Miller the Tony Award for best play
The American Clock opens at the Biltmore Theatre on Broadway. It closes after only 12 performances.
A made-for-TV version of Death of a Salesman starring Dustin Hoffman and John Malkovich earns 10 Emmy nominations and takes home 3 awards.
Miller publishes his autobiography Timebends
A critically-acclaimed film adaptation of The Crucible is released starring Winona Ryder and Daniel Day-Lewis.
The Ride Down Mt. Morgan opens at the Ambassador Theatre on Broadway, earning Miller another Tony Award for Best Play.
Miller's third wife, Inge Morath, dies at age 78.
He is awarded Spain's Principe de Asturias Prize for Literature as "the undisputed master of modern drama".
His last play, Finishing the Picture, it is said to be based on the problematic 1961 production of The Misfits.
Arthur Miller dies of congestive heart failure at his home in Roxbury, Connecticut.
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