Billy Miller fans asked to donate to hospital that treated Emmy winner as a kid
20.09.2023 - 02:19
in as a child. Miller, who died by suicide Friday at the age of 43, spent his childhood in and out of the Scottish Rite for Children hospital in Dallas for a tarsal condition that affected the cartilage in his ankles.Following his death, his management is asking donations be made in his honor to the children’s care center that he shouted out in his 2014 Daytime Emmys acceptance speech for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.“What do these things mean?” Miller asked about his golden statue during his short, but emotional remarks. “I guess they have the meaning you give them.”“I’m a product of Texas Scottish Rite Hospital, a children’s hospital,” added Miller, who won for his portrayal of Billy Abbott on “The Young and the Restless.”“And for those of us who have to take three steps to make one that everybody else can make — I guess if you keep love in your heart and determination in your head, you’ll look up and you won’t be behind and you won’t be amongst the group.
Sometimes you’ll lead. So, thank you very much,” he concluded. The Post has contacted the hospital for comment.
Born on Sept. 17, 1979, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Miller grew up in Grand Prairie, Texas. He became a soap star on “All My Children” before joining “The Young & The Restless” in 2008.He left in 2014 before moving on to “General Hospital” to play Jason Morgan and Drew Cain.He was a series regular until 2019.He was supposed to turn 44 on Sunday.
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