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Jack Miller

Real Name
Jacob E. Miller
Pseudonyms
Jack Miller

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Date of Birth
, 1908

Place of Birth
Passaic, New Jersey, United States of America

First publication

Unknown





Personal History

He was born circa 1908. His wife was Helen; his son: Bruce; his daughter: Leslie.


Professional History

Jacob "Jack" Miller" was a TV playwright and writer and editor for DC Comics. He created and wrote “Sergeant Rock,” as well as contributed to “Batman,” “Superman,” “Wonder Woman", “Showcase,” “Deadman,” “Tarzan,” “Action Comics,” “Detective Comics,” “Adventure Comics,” “Aquaman,” and “Phantom Stranger” Comics. He also helped create and write 25 episodes of “The Mighty Hercules” cartoon show from 1963-1966.


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Trivia

Jack E. Miller worked mostly from his apartment and even there he would be found in an expensive, custom-made suit, white shirt, jeweled cuff-links, and silk tie. He was an Anglophile who smoked English cigarettes, English pipe tobacco, owned a Jaguar, and subscribed to "Punch."



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