Arthur Millett

Arthur Millett (21 April 1874, Pittsfield, Maine - 24 February 1952, Los Angeles, California) was an early American motion picture actor whose career was at its height in the silent film era. Millett was signed into film relatively late in life aged 40 in 1914 but immediately work began to pick up. His first film the Lost Treasure was released in 1914. In 1915 he starred in films such as the Coals of Fire and the The Law of the Wilds working with prolific actors such as Harry von Meter and Vivian Rich. Miller starred in a total of 116 film in his career although with the advent of sound is career declined significantly with the majority of the roles in his 60 or so films after 1927 actually left uncredited. He retired from film in 1940.


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