Sidney Miller (born Sydney L. Miller, October 16, 1916–January 10, 2004) was an American actor and television director.
Sidney Miller was born Sydney L. Miller in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, on October 22, 1916, the son of Polish immigrants who already had two daughters. When Sydney was 14, his father, a tailor, sold his business and moved the family to Los Angeles. There Sydney got the acting bug, and his first film was an uncredited bit part in Penrod and Sam (1931).
Sidney Miller may well best be remembered for having directed Lou Costello's only starring film after his break-up with Bud Abbott, The 30-Foot Bride of Candy Rock (1959), which unfortunately didn't do the career of either man much good. In the 1960s he directed many television series episodes, such as My Favorite Martian (1963), Get Smart (1965) and The Addams Family (1964) and played small parts in several films and TV shows. In the 1970s, his onscreen output declined and he did much voice-over work in animated series.
Hanna-Barbera voice roles
- Hornswoggle on The Gary Coleman Show
- Horrg on Monchhichis
- Supporting voices on Challenge of the GoBots
- Sidney Miller (I) at the Internet Movie Database