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Jonathan Miller

(1934-), Physician, theatre and opera director, and television presenter

Sir Jonathan Wolfe Miller

Sitter in 29 portraits
Director and producer for television, stage, film and opera; actor and writer; Research Fellow in Neuropsychology, University of Sussex. Miller qualified as a doctor at Cambridge before co-authoring and performing in the revue, Beyond the Fringe (1960) and debuting as a director with John Osborne's Under Plain Cover (1962). His productions include King Lear (1970), Rigoletto (1975), The Mikado (1987) and La Bohème (2009). His wide-ranging achievements include The Body in Question, a series for BBC television (1978) and Mirror Image: Jonathan Miller on Reflection, an exhibition curated for the National Gallery (1998).

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Jonathan Miller, by Judith Aronson - NPG x26035

Jonathan Miller

by Judith Aronson
R-type colour print, 1978
NPG x26035

Jonathan Miller, by Gemma Levine - NPG x88875

Jonathan Miller

by Gemma Levine
bromide print, 1987
NPG x88875

Jonathan Miller, by Jillian Edelstein - NPG x31839

Jonathan Miller

by Jillian Edelstein
bromide fibre print, 1988
NPG x31839

Sir Jonathan Wolfe Miller; Hanan Alattar, by Francesco Guidicini - NPG x134183

Sir Jonathan Wolfe Miller; Hanan Alattar

by Francesco Guidicini
C-type colour print, February 2009
NPG x134183

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Sir Jonathan Wolfe Miller

by Lord Snowdon
gelatin silver print, 13 September 1978
NPG P1901

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Jonathan Miller

by Mark Gerson
bromide print, May 1962
NPG x13772

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Jonathan Miller

by Bill Brandt
bromide print on card mount, 1966
NPG x22446

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Jonathan Miller

by Frances McLaughlin-Gill
bromide fibre print, 1966
NPG x46522

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Sir Jonathan Wolfe Miller

by Tom Miller
bromide print, 2016
NPG x199708



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