1915 – Born on October 17th in New York City.
1938 – Received his B.A. in Journalism degree from the University of Michigan.
1940 – Married to Mary Grace Slattery on August 5th.
1944-1945 – Miller toured Army camps to collect background material for the screenplay The Story of GI Joe. Miller’s first novel, Focus, was about anti-Semitism.
1949 – Received a Pulitzer Prize for Drama for Death of a Salesman.
– Death of a Salesman brought Miller international fame, and become one of the major achievements of modern American theatre. It relates the tragic story of a salesman named Willy Loman, whose past and present are mingled in expressionistic scenes.
– Miller was named an "Outstanding Father of the Year", which manifested his success as a famous writer. But the wheel of fortune was going down.
1956 – Married to Marilyn Monroe on June 29th.
– Miller was awarded honorary degree at the University of Michigan but also called before the House Committee on Un-American Activities.
1962 – Married to Ingeborg Morath on February 17th.
1984 – Received the Kennedy Center Honor.
1993 – Recipient of the National Medal of Arts.
2005 – Died on February 10th in Roxbury, Connecticut.