Kristine Miller, a film noir and Westerns actress known for her roles in many hit 1940s films, has sadly died. She was 90-years-old.
The late Hollywood screen siren passed away in late 2015 in a Monterey, Calif. hospital, her family confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. They did not reveal the exact date of her death.
Kristine in January 1940. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Kristine is best known for her roles in 1948's I Walk Alone — in which she starred as Kirk Douglas' character's girlfriend — 1948's Jungle Patrol, 1949's Too Late for Tears and 1950's Shadow on the Wall. She also appeared on the popular TV show Stories of the Century from 1954 until 1955.
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She retired from acting in the early 1960s due to the growing demands of both her husband's business and her family's care. She married entrepreneur and television pioneer William Schuyler — who died in 2013 — in 1953. Kristine is survived by the couple's daughter, Linda Elizabeth.
Our thoughts are with the Miller family during this difficult time.
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