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Rebecca Miller is an American film director, screenwriter and actress.
Miller is most known for her films “Personal Velocity: Three Portraits,” “The Ballad of Jack and Rose” and “Angela,” all of which she wrote and directed.
She was born Rebecca Augusta Miller in 1962, the daughter of playwright Arthur Miller and Austrian photographer Inge Morath. She studied art at Yale University and initially pursued an acting career, landing parts in the TV-movie The Murder of Mary Phagan and the feature films Regarding Henry (starring Harrison Ford and Annette Benning; 1991), and Consenting Adults (opposite Kevin Kline and Kevin Spacey; 1992).