Born: 1957 January 27 in Olney, Maryland, United States

Biography: Frank Miller is a comic book writer, artist, novelist, screenwriter, film director, and producer best known for his comic book stories and graphic novels such as Ronin, Daredevil: Born Again, The Dark Knight Returns, Batman: Year One, Sin City, and 300.

He also directed the film version of The Spirit, shared directing duties with Robert Rodriguez on Sin City and Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, and produced the film 300. His film Sin City earned a Palme d'Or nomination, and he has received every major comic book industry award. In 2015, Miller was inducted into the Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame.

Miller is noted for combining film noir and manga influences in his comics.

Notes: He should not be confused with comic-strip cartoonist Frank Miller (1898-1949) or editorial cartoonist Frank Miller (1925-1983).

To be confirmed against the Who's Who entry.


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Name:

    Frank Miller Type: Name at Birth
    Given name: Frank Family name: Miller
    Disambiguation: Dark Knight, Sin City, 300 creator

Other Names:

  1. Фрэнк Миллер Type: Name at Birth
    Given name: Фрэнк Family name: Миллер
  2. Франк Милър Type: Name at Birth
    Given name: Франк Family name: Милър

Signatures:

  1. F. [generic]
  2. FM
  3. FM [generic]
  4. Frank Miller [generic]
  5. Miller [generic]

Awards:

  1. 1981: Inkpot Award - [no name]
  2. 1986: Kirby Award - Best Writer/Artist (single or team)
  3. 1987: Kirby Award - Best Art Team
  4. 1987: Premios Haxtur (Haxtur Awards) - Best Script
  5. 1987: Eagle Awards - Roll of Honour
  6. 1989: Troféu HQ Mix - Desenhista estrangeiro (Best Foreign Penciller)
  7. 1990: Adamson Awards - Best International Comic-Strip [or Comic Book] Cartoonist
  8. 1991: Eisner Award - Best Writer/Artist or Writer/Artist Team
  9. 1991: National Cartoonist Society Awards (NCS Awards) - Comic Book Division
  10. 1992: Squiddy Award - Favorite Artist
  11. 1992: UK Comic Art Award - Best Writer/Artist
  12. 1993: Eisner Award - Best Penciller/Inker, Black & White Publication
  13. 1993: Eisner Award - Best Writer/Artist
  14. 1993: UK Comic Art Award - Best Writer/Artist
  15. 1994: UK Comic Art Award - Best Writer/Artist
  16. 1996: Thompsons - Best Achievement by a Writer & Artist
  17. 1997: Troféu HQ Mix - Desenhista estrangeiro (Best Foreign Penciller)
  18. 1997: Troféu HQ Mix - Roteirista estrangeiro (Best Foreign Writer)
  19. 1998: Bob Clampett Humanitarian Award - [no name]
  20. 1998: Thompsons - Favorite Writer & Artist or Cartoonist (Drama)
  21. 1999: Troféu HQ Mix - Roteirista estrangeiro (Best Foreign Writer)
  22. 1999: Eisner Award - Best Writer/Artist
  23. 2000: Eagle Awards - International Section - Favourite Comics WriterFavourite Comics Writer/Artist
  24. 2006: Scream Awards - Comic-Con Icon Award
  25. 2015: Eisner Award - Hall of Fame - Voter's Choices

Awards for Issues:

  1. 1987: Kirby Award - Best Single Issue
    Batman: The Dark Knight (1986 series) #1
  2. 1995: Eisner Award - Best Graphic Album - Reprint
    Hellboy (1994 series) #[1] - Seed of Destruction [First Printing]
  3. 1997: Squiddy Award - Graphic Novel
    Sin City: Family Values (1997 series)
  4. 1998: Harvey Award - Best Graphic Album of Original Work
    Sin City: Family Values (1997 series)
  5. 2000: Squiddy Award - Best Comics Novella
    Superman and Batman: World's Funnest (2000 series)
  6. 2001: Harvey Award - Best Single Issue or Story
    Superman and Batman: World's Funnest (2000 series)

Art Influences:

Frank Miller (b. 1957) stated influences by:
  1. Steve Ditko (b. 1927)
Influences by Frank Miller (b. 1957) were stated by:
  1. Gabriel Bá (b. 1976)
  2. Roger Cruz (b. 1971)
  3. Dick Foreman (b. 1952)
  4. Jorge Fornés (b. 1974)
  5. Cully Hamner (b. 1969)
  6. Phil Hester (b. 1966)
  7. Dave Hudak (b. 1966)
  8. Dave Marchman (b. ????)
  9. David Marshall (b. 1962)
  10. Todd McFarlane (b. 1961)
  11. Brad Meltzer (b. 1970)
  12. Fábio Moon (b. 1976)
  13. Dan Panosian (b. 1969)
  14. Evan Skolnick (b. 1966)

Relations:

  1. Spouse - Lynn Varley