Marx Brothers' A Day at the Races (1937)

Outside of the Marx Brothers' zany antics as they try to save a sanitarium with the help of a misfit race horse, one of the most memorable scenes was the dance number featuring Ms. Miller.






Hellzapoppin (1941)

The film version of Ole Olsen and Chick Johnson's hilarious broadway play, the movie featured a more traditional plot about a musical review being staged at a fancy estate. But while the movie's antics are toned down, the dance number by Ms. Miller and gang is spectacular.




Spike Lee's Malcom X (1992)

In this sweeping biopic of the controversial and influential Black Nationalist leader, Ms. Miller appears as one of the Roseland Dancers.

Captiva Island (1995)

Directed by John Biffar and starring Ernest Borgnine, Captiva Island is about Jeremy Chiles, a thirteen year old boy who comes from a very wealthy family of work-aholics, who dreams of spending his summer break on the island. Ms. Miller plays Clara in the movie.




Television Appearances

Stompin' at the Savoy (1992)

Produced for CBS and directed by Debbie Allen, Stompin' at the Savoy featured an all star cast, including Lynn Whitefield, Vanessa Williams and Jasmine Guy. Ms. Miller received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Choreography for Stompin' at the Savoy.

Sanford & Son (1973-74)

In the sixties, Ms. Miller began working with Redd Foxx at his comedy club and later joined him on the 1970’s television series, Sanford and Son where she appeared as Dolly in the "Grady and His Lady" episode and as Jackie in the "Superflyer" episode.

Here is the episode "Grady and His Lady":





"Vega$" in the episode "Red Handed" (1979) ... Maid
The Richard Pryor Special (1977) .... Herself