Billy Miller died on Saturday, a few hours before his birthday, as confirmed by sources in the United States, the country of origin and where he carried out his career as a television and film actor. He became popular in projects like CSI: New York.
At the age of 43, the famous man died on September 15 after entering a hospital in Texas. He struggled with manic depression in the last moments of his life. This Sunday, September 17, he was going to turn 44 years old.
However, the cause of death has not been completely clarified, according to multiple international news portals such as Variety.
Billy Miller is originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was born on September 17, 1979. Despite dedicating his entire professional life to acting, he studied communication sciences at the University of Texas.
After graduating, he moved to the city of Los Angeles to seek an opportunity in the mecca of the entertainment world.
His foray into the world of acting began in 2007, when he played Richie Novak in the famous series All my children. It was a debut that marked the beginning of a successful career on television, specifically that dedicated to the evening schedule, where he became one of the favorites.
It was his role as Billy Abbott on The Young and the Restless that catapulted him to fame.