Billy Miller Dies: ‘The Young And The Restless’ Daytime Emmy Winner Was 43

Billy Miller, who was recognized for his appearances on The Young and the Restless and General Hospital, passed away on Friday, 

September 15 in Austin, Texas. He was a recipient of three Daytime Emmy Awards. He was 43 years old at the time, but today would have been his 44th birthday.

Michael Fairman, a journalist who covers soap operas, has stated that Miller has passed away. There has been no investigation into what caused his death;

nevertheless, his management has published a statement stating that he suffered from manic depression.

Miller spent his childhood in the city of Grand Prairie in Texas. After being discovered as a model by Wilhelmina,

he got his start in the acting industry by landing the role of Richie Novak on the serial opera All My Children.

After that, in 2008, he became the fourth different actor to play the role of Billy Abbott on the soap opera The Young and the Restless.

He left the show in 2014, yet he was awarded three Daytime Emmys: two for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Serie

and one for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series. Although he left the show, he won all three awards.

In 2014, Miller became a member of the cast of General Hospital, where he played the roles of Jason Morgan and Drew Cain. Up until 2019, he appeared often in the series.


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