George T. Miller Cause Of Death

Australian film and television director George Trumbull Miller reportedly died of a heart attack in a hospital in Melbourne on February 17, 2023. He was 79.

Born on November 28, 1947 in Scotland, Miller and his family moved to Australia when he was four years old.

After high school, Miller commenced working in the mailroom of Crawford Productions. He landed his first job as a cameraman at aged 21, soon working on “Division 4,” “Matlock Police,” “The Box” and “The Sullivans.”

Miller’s The Man From Snowy River, released in 1982 and spawned a sequel, led him to make movies in Hollywood. He went on to direct The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter (1990), Christmas movie In the Nick of Time with Lloyd Bridges, and the family movie Zeus and Roxanne (1997).

Miller’s final film came in 2009, with the exploitation film “Prey.” After a dispute with producers, he demanded his name be removed from the final cut. The thriller is credited to Oscar D’Roccster.

George T. Miller is survived by his son, Harvey.