Billy Miller made an enormous impact during his TV career, which was cut short following his untimely death at 43. Soap Opera Digest reports that Miller moved to Los Angeles to pursue his Hollywood dream after graduating from the University of Texas. He was immediately signed to the top talent agency, Wilhelmina, as a model. Miller booked ads with Pizza Hut and JCPenney before taking a two-year break from the entertainment business.

In 2008, Miller made a roaring return to the small screen and kicked off his hugely successful soap opera run. According to Deadline, he starred as Richie Novak on “All My Children” before becoming the fourth actor to play Billy Abbott on “The Young and The Restless.” Miller scored an Outstanding Lead Actor and two Supporting Actor Daytime Emmy wins for his portrayal of Abbott. He left “Y&R” in 2014 and began his five-year “General Hospital” tenure, during which he played Jason Morgan and Drew Cain. Per IMDB, during his “General Hospital” run, Miller segued from daytime to primetime, appearing in “Ray Donovan,” “Major Crimes,” and “CSI.” He later starred in “Suits” and “Truth Be Told.”

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