Rebecca Augusta Miller is an American filmmaker, screenwriter, novelist, and actress known for films, such as 'Consenting Adults', 'The Ballad of Jack and Rose' and 'Maggie's Plan'. Born in Roxbury, Connecticut, she is the daughter of Arthur Miller, a well-known American playwright and essayist, and Inge Morath, a professional photographer. She began her acting career in an adaptation of Chekhov's play 'The Cherry Orchard'. She next appeared in the TV film 'The Murder of Mary Phagan', which aired on the NBC network. She made her directorial debut with the film 'Angela'. It won a few awards such as the Gotham Award. The film was about a young girl with a dysfunctional family who, in a quest to "purify" herself, invents an imaginary universe. Over the years, she directed several films some of which earned success and popularity. Her latest film is the romantic comedy 'Maggie's Plan', which she directed, wrote, and co-produced. Rebecca Miller has won several awards in her career, including the Maureen O'Hara Award which she received for her achievement in films.
Roxbury, Connecticut, United States
Also Known As
Rebecca Augusta Miller, Lady Day-Lewis
Daniel Day-Lewis (m. 1996)
Cashel Blake Day-Lewis, Ronan Cal Day-Lewis