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People Top 5
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- February 28, 2005
- Vol. 63
- No. 8
1915-2005: Arthur Miller
The Playwright Riveted the World with His Searing Dramas (and Marriage to Marilyn Monroe)
His dramas had the same devastating impact on audiences. Miller, who died at 89 surrounded by family (including writer-director Rebecca, the youngest of his four children, and her husband, Daniel Day-Lewis) at his Roxbury, Conn., farmhouse, "was the last of the great titans of the American stage," says Nicholas Hytner, who directed the 1996 film version of The Crucible. Miller, whose third wife, photographer Inge Morath, died in 2002, wrote until the end: His final play, Finishing the Picture, about Monroe's work on the 1961 Miller-scripted film The Misfits, premiered last fall in Chicago. "As a playwright," says Wallach, "he always wanted to say more."
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