Name Linda Miller
|Role Film actress|
Siblings Geraldine Gleason
|Full Name Linda Mae Gleason|
Born September 16, 1942 (age 78) (1942-09-16) New York City, New York
Spouse Jason Miller (m. 1963–1973)
Parents Jackie Gleason, Genevieve Halford
Children Jason Patric, Jennifer Miller, Jordan Miller
Movies Alice - Sweet Alice, An Unmarried Woman, Elvis and Me, 17 Again, Night of the Juggler
Similar People Jackie Gleason, Alfred Sole, Jason Miller, Jason Patric, Paula Sheppard
Linda Mae Miller (née Gleason; born September 16, 1942) is an American film and television actress and the daughter of actor Jackie Gleason.
Miller was nominated for a Tony Award in 1975 as best supporting actress for her role in the Broadway play "Black Picture Show." She had a regular role in the 1983 TV series The Mississippi, and her film credits include roles in One Summer Love (1976), Alice, Sweet Alice (1976), An Unmarried Woman (1978), Night of the Juggler (1980) and 2 Little, 2 Late (1999). She also played Ann Beaulieu in the 1988 television movie Elvis and Me.
She is often confused with another actress with the same name, who appeared in the 1967 film King Kong Escapes. The other Linda Miller was an American model living in Japan prior to acting in films.
Miller is the daughter of Genevieve Halford and actor and comedian Jackie Gleason, and the mother of actor Jason Patric. Her husband was the playwright/actor Jason Miller.