Frank Miller, born on 27th January, 1957, in Olney, Maryland, is a renowned comic writer, director, and artist of the Hollywood industry. He grew up in Vermont. His mother was a nurse and father was a carpenter and electrician by profession. He had six other siblings. His family followed Catholic.
Miller wrote a letter to Marvel Comics, which was published in the Cat #3, released in 1973, and in this way became renowned as a comic writer. His first work imprinted with the recommendation of ‘Neal Adams’, a comic artist.He wrote his story of three-pages, which he wrote in ‘The Twilight Zone’, a famous book. He also wrote a five-page story in ‘Endless Cloud’. His first credit in writing was due to the six-page story in Deliver Me from D-day. Director ‘Vinnie Colletta’ recognized his talent and hard work and offered him a one-page story of war and comic. His first work in Marvel Comics was writing ‘The Master Assassin of Mars’, which is a story of 17 pages. In 2008, Miller became the new regular writer on Daredevil.
Miller is best known for his comic books and graphical art in ‘Ronin’, ‘Daredevil: Born Again’, ‘The Dark Knight Returns’, ‘Wolverine’, and ‘Sin City’. He directed ‘The Spirt’ and was the assistant director of ‘Sin City’. He co-produced ‘300’, a famous war movie. His famous comic characters include Elektra for Daredevil, and Carrie Kelly for DC films. The art in his movies was authentic and uncommon and so was responsible for gaining popularity rapidly. He made many Cameo Appearances in movies like ‘RoboCop 2’,
, Daredevil, Sin City, and ‘Jugular Wine’.
Miller married ‘Lynn Varley’, who helped him in many works ranging from The Ronin. to 300. They, however, got a divorce in 2005. Since then, he had a romantic affair with scholar ‘Kimberly Cox’, who had an appearance in The Spirit. He received many awards some of which include Eisner Awards, Kirby Awards, Harvey Awards, Scream Awards, and an award in Cannes Film Festival.