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Soap Opera Star Billy Miller Dies at 43

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Billy Miller, famed for his roles in “General Hospital” and “The Young and the Restless,” passed away at 43 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. This tragic event took place at his home in Austin, Texas, and has been officially declared a suicide, as stated in the autopsy report.

Born on September 17, 1979, Miller was just shy of his 44th birthday when discovered on September 15, 2023. He had a long and challenging struggle with bipolar disorder and manic depression, his family and friends revealed.

Miller’s notable television career began in 2007 with “All My Children,” followed by a breakthrough role as Billy Abbott in “The Young and the Restless” from 2008 to 2014, earning him three Daytime Emmy Awards. His portrayal in “General Hospital” as Drew Cain and Jason Morgan was equally significant, lasting until 2019. Miller’s talent also shone in “Suits,” “Ray Donovan,” and the film “American Sniper.”

The autopsy report detailed Miller’s final moments. He was found in his bathtub with a gunshot wound to the head, and a revolver in his hand. Toxicology reports showed cocaine, amphetamines, and other drugs in his system and letters implying suicidal thoughts were discovered at the scene.  

Patricia Miller, Billy’s mother, spoke of his mental health struggles, expressing the family’s deep sorrow and their request for privacy during this challenging time.

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