Remembering Billy Miller: A Stellar Talent and Daytime Emmy Winner Passes Away

Renowned actor Billy Miller, a three-time Daytime Emmy recipient famed for his work on "The Young and the Restless" and "General Hospital," sadly passed away on Friday, September 15 in Austin, Texas.

At the young age of 43, Billy Miller would have celebrated his 44th birthday today.

Billy Miller's passing was confirmed by soap opera journalist Michael Fairman. While the cause of death remains undisclosed, his management released a statement revealing that he struggled with manic depression.

Billy Miller, from Grand Prairie, Texas, started as a model with Wilhelmina. His acting journey began on "All My Children," where he played Richie Novak.

In 2008, he joined "The Young and the Restless" as the fourth actor to portray Billy Abbott.

In 2014, Miller joined the cast of "General Hospital," where he portrayed Jason Morgan and Drew Cain. He remained a series regular until 2019.

Aside from his soap opera roles, Billy Miller had acting credits in "Suits," Showtime's "Ray Donovan," and Apple TV+'s "Truth Be Told."

Billy Miller is survived by his parents, Bill and Sue Miller, his sister Kelly Miller, and his longtime love, Kelly Monaco. As of now, no details about memorial plans have been disclosed.