Kenneth McMillan Death
Kenneth passed away on January 8, 1989 at the age of 56 in Santa Monica, California, USA. Kenneth's cause of death was liver failure.
When did Kenneth McMillan die?January 8, 1989
How did Kenneth McMillan die? What was the cause of death?Liver failure
How old was Kenneth McMillan when died?56
Where did Kenneth McMillan die? What was the location of death?Santa Monica, California, USA
Kenneth McMillan Birthday and Date of Death
Kenneth McMillan was born on July 2, 1932 and died on January 8, 1989. Kenneth was 56 years old at the time of death.
Birthday: July 2, 1932
Date of Death: January 8, 1989
Age at Death: 56
Kenneth McMillan - Biography
Kenneth McMillanActive - 1969 - 1989 | Born - Jul 2, 1932 in Brooklyn, New York City, NY | Died - Jan 8, 1989 in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, CA | Genres - Drama, ComedyBiography by Hal EricksonRuddy-faced, barrel-bellied American actor Kenneth McMillan was a stalwart of the New York Shakespeare Festival, and also appeared in the original Broadway productions of American Buffalo and Streamers. He was the recipient of the Obie Award for his performance in the off-Broadway presentation Weekends and Other People -- the usual "overnight success" after nearly 20 years in the business. Sitcom fans are familiar with McMillan through his recurring role as Valerie Harper's ulcerated boss on Rhoda. Many of McMillan's roles required him to be bully or bigot: Sheriff Bull Connor on the TV miniseries King (1978) the black-baiting fire chief in Ragtime (1979), etc. In real life, Kenneth McMillan was known to be a friendly and generous man, qualities which carried over into such rare comedy roles as the ballclub manager in the little-seen Blue Skies Again (1983).