Respected theatre director, Jonathan Miller, dies at 85

The West End is suffering a great loss tonight after theatre and opera director Jonathan Miller died after a long battle with Alzheimers, the BBC reported.

Born in London in 1934, Miller was a man of many talents – an acclaimed author, photographer, sculptor, broadcaster, director and certified doctor.

Miller gained his fame in Beyond the Fringe in 1960 after studying medicine at Cambridge. The show premiered at 1960 Edinburgh Festival and transferred to West End and Broadway.

More to come. 

Words: Derrian Douglas

Photo: Peter Lewicki on Unsplash

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