Cheryl Miller as a baby in Casanova Brown

Amazing early interview with Cheryl Miller, pre-Daktari!

Amazing early interview with Cheryl Miller, pre-Daktari!

I have the best readers in the world, you guys are awesome! Theodor from Bavaria, Germany found this incredible interview with Dick Clark and Cheryl Miller in 1965, just after she had made “Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion.” Great story regarding her role on “The Monkey’s Uncle” and the chimp, Stanley. She mentions the second movie […]

Cheryl Miller: Daktari Star Charms People and Animals (from the Desert Sun, April 1966)

Cheryl Miller: Daktari Star Charms People and Animals (from the Desert Sun, April 1966)

Walter unearthed this cool article; as you will see, it has some new information. By DOUG BROWN She has blue eyes. They sparkle. She has blonde hair. It glutens in the sunlight. She has personality, a charming smile, a determination, and a way with animals. Cheryl Miller sat in the shade at the Spa, very […]

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 […]