Timeline of Arthur Miller’s life

Timeline created by Maximo2005
  • Arthur Miller was born in in Brooklyn, New York City.

    Arthur Miller was born in in Brooklyn, New York City.
  • Miller Graduates from High School

    Miller Graduates from High School
  • He enrolls at the University of Michigan

  • Miller receives the Hopwood Award for his first play, No Villain, and uses the prize money to help pay tuition.

    Miller receives the Hopwood Award for his first play, No Villain, and uses the prize money to help pay tuition.
  • He got married with Mary Grace Slatterly

  • Miller finds work as a screenwriter for a war film, The Story of G.I. Joe, and quits his job in the Navy Yard.

  • Miller's play The Man Who Had All the Luck receives the Theater Guild National Award and opens on Broadway.

  • The Crucible opens on Broadway.

    The Crucible opens on Broadway.
  • Marries actress Marilyn Monroe and receives an honorary Doctor of Human Letters from the University

    Marries actress Marilyn Monroe and receives an honorary Doctor of Human Letters from the University
  • He divorcce with Marilyn Monroe and maaries Inge Morath

  • Elected president of International P.E.N., the renowned international literary organization.

  • Miller's works are banned in the Soviet Union as a result of his efforts to free dissident writers.

  • Awarded National Medal of the Arts by President Bill Clinton

    Awarded National Medal of the Arts by President Bill Clinton
  • Awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship and the John H. Finley Award for Exemplary Service to New York City.

  • Arthur Miller dies at the age of 89 at his home in Roxbury, Connecticut.