Cheryl Miller

Daktari  Stars: The Next Generation – Meet Cheryl Miller’s son, magician and conceptual artist

Daktari Stars: The Next Generation – Meet Cheryl Miller’s son, magician and conceptual artist

I am pleased to present this article about Cheryl Miller and her son Erik Seidenglanz by our Australian friend Ken Lynch (he wrote the Episode Guides for this site). He has a vast knowledge of Daktari (as many of you do, far more than me!) that he is happy to share with our readers. That’s […]

Happy Birthday Cheryl Miller! Feb. 4, 1943

Happy Birthday Cheryl Miller! Feb. 4, 1943

Thanks to Walter for these awesome pictures from Season Two’s episode, “Undercover Judy.” We all wish Cheryl a happy birthday with many more to come! Click to Tweet & Share: Happy Birthday Cheryl Miller! Feb. 4, 1943 http://wp.me/p3hKG3-k8 Are you a fan of Daktari? Send an email to daktaritvshow@gmail.com to subscribe, and never miss a […]

Tons of photos of Daktari cast, shared by a generous fan

Tons of photos of Daktari cast, shared by a generous fan

I have thoroughly enjoyed meeting many of you through email correspondence and through your generosity, I have far exceeded my original collection of pictures. You people really challenge me with your knowledge of the show! It’s what makes this blog possible. The main purpose of this blog (besides celebrating a wonderful TV show) is to […]

Rare article on Cheryl Miller with first husband Stanley Shapiro; 1969 article on Ivan Tors

Rare article on Cheryl Miller with first husband Stanley Shapiro; 1969 article on Ivan Tors

Good friend Walter shared this German article about Cheryl Miller from 1969 that he acquired from Ebay. It shows Cheryl with a short haircut, something apparently she had wanted for quite some time. She looks adorable: Walter was kind enough to provide a summary of the article: The headline reads, “Paula’s lion is now Stanley” […]

Remember Serang the tiger? He was a movie star! And Cheryl Miller pulled his tail!

Remember Serang the tiger? He was a movie star! And Cheryl Miller pulled his tail!

from Ralph Helfer’s Facebook page: Serang was featured in the TV Guide article, “The Lady and the Tiger” (see previous post) – here’s a picture of Cheryl Miller pulling Serang’s tail. This picture of Serang was featured in the Africa U.S.A. article in TV Guide (see previous post). Be sure and visit Ralph Helfer’s Facebook […]

What has become of Ralph Helfer, genius animal trainer for Daktari? Plus another new video: Cheryl Miller’s appearance on The Streets of San Francisco

What has become of Ralph Helfer, genius animal trainer for Daktari? Plus another new video: Cheryl Miller’s appearance on The Streets of San Francisco

Ralph Helfer, the genius animal trainer known for his radical departure from conventional training techniques, is alive and well and living in Africa. Helfer, who introduced affection training to the animal world, is now an author and has written several books. His latest, Zamba: The True Story of the Greatest Lion That Ever Lived tells […]

A sampling of Cheryl Miller’s television appearances in the 1960′s

A sampling of Cheryl Miller’s television appearances in the 1960′s

When I set out to recreate my Cheryl Miller scrapbook, my vision was small. Just replace my pictures. I probably now have twice as many pictures as I ever had with my scrapbook, having replaced several treasured ones, and acquiring many more new photos. As a kid I I wished I had been able to […]

Time for a Daktari Reboot? Who should play Marsh, Paula, Jack and Mike?

Time for a Daktari Reboot? Who should play Marsh, Paula, Jack and Mike?

Guest post by Ken Lynch (author of our Episode Guides) The recent (June 2013) announcement that Henry Cavill is going from “Man of Steel” to a theatrical movie reboot of “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” has made me think about the possibilities for rebooting our favourite 1960s TV series “Daktari”. Why not a reboot? While “Daktari” […]

Cheryl Miller’s first acting gig – at the tender age of nineteen days!

Cheryl Miller’s first acting gig – at the tender age of nineteen days!

Cheryl Miller’s first break in show business came straight from the maternity ward. A casting man from the soon-to-be-produced movie Casanova Brown needed a baby. Coming to Hollywood’s St. John’s Hospital, he pointed to a calmly sleeping Cheryl and said, “That one please, if her parents approve.” They did. She was cast as the son […]

TV Guide feature on Cheryl Miller: April 1-7, 1967

TV Guide feature on Cheryl Miller: April 1-7, 1967

My biggest regret in losing my scrapbook was losing all the great articles I had on Cheryl Miller. She was into all kinds of interesting activities and it was fun to learn about them. One of my favorite articles was the TV Guide feature in April of 1967. Thanks to sites like eBay, I am […]

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