When the creator of “Suits” paid a touching tribute to the late actor Billy Miller, who starred in the hit series, show star and now Duchess Meghan Markle remained mother after her death.
Co-creator Aaron Korsh took to social media on Sunday and posted a touching message on X.
“Very sad news for the entire Suits family.” I flew home with Billy once. We had a great time and bonded throughout the five hour flight that seemed to be over in just a few minutes. “A funny, smart, kind, gentle man,” Korsh said of Martin, who played lead actor Gabriel Macht’s brother
Miller died on Friday at the age of 43 in Austin, Texas, from complications of “manic depression,” although the official cause of death has not yet been announced.
Markle, who played Rachel Zane on “Suits,” has said nothing about Miller’s death. The two worked together in five episodes as she played a paralegal and he was the brother of lead attorney Harvey Specter.
Barry Miller died in Austin, Texas at the age of 43. He had a recurring role in Suits, where he played the lead actor’s brother
Duchess Meghan Markle, who played Rachel Zane in “Suits,” has not posted anything about Miller’s death
Markle was a regular on the series until she left after the seventh season
Miller is best known for his roles as Jason Morgan and Drew Cain on the soap series General Hospital, which he left in 2019.
General Hospital executive producer Frank Valentini posted a heartfelt message on Our thoughts are with his family and friends during this difficult time.”
Eileen Davidson, who starred alongside Miller on the soap opera “The Young and the Restless,” also joined in the tributes.
“I am so sad to hear of Billy Miller’s passing. His infectious charm and warmth left a lasting impression on all of us who were lucky enough to have him in our lives. I’ll miss that mischievous smile. I love you Billy,” she posted on X, accompanied by a picture of the two of them at the Emmys.
In all five episodes of Suits in which he appeared, Miller was the brother of Harvey Specter, played by Macht, who also did not post anything on social media about Miller’s death.
Other former co-stars have spoken out about the loss of Miller, such as Octavia Spencer, who worked alongside Miller on the Apple TV+ series Truth Be Told.
‘I’m speechless. I’m laying here scrolling through IG and I came across a post that we lost Billy Miller. “My deepest condolences to his family, legions of fans and our #TruthBeTold family,” she wrote under a photo of the actor on Instagram.
The young actor died shortly before his 44th birthday, which would have been Monday, September 17th.
Miller is survived by his mother Patricia and his sister Megan.
Other former co-stars of Miller’s have spoken out about the loss, such as Octavia Spencer, who worked alongside Miller on the Apple TV+ series Truth Be Told
Markle played a paralegal in Suits and Gabriel Macht played lead attorney Harvey Specter
Markle left Suits after getting engaged to Prince Harry
The Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry looked elegant and pumped up as they attended the closing ceremony of the sixth Invictus Games in Germany
Most recently, the 42-year-old Duchess of Sussex looked radiant over the weekend as she attended the closing ceremony in a $1,029 teal Cult Gaia dress.
Side by side with her husband, Prince Harry, the pair put on a loving show as they attended the closing ceremony of the sixth Invictus Games, which ended on September 16.
While Meghan appeared cheerful as she entered the games, Harry appeared brave and determined, holding his fist in the air.
The Duke of Sussex continued to have his arm around his wife as he enjoyed the ceremony.
Prince Harry became emotional during his moving speech at the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games in Düsseldorf.
In his five-minute speech, the King paid tribute to those who took part in the week-long games, created in 2014 for veterans to represent their county and take part in them.
Meghan Markle stood next to her husband in a bright green dress. During the ceremony, she couldn’t hide her pride as she beamed at Team USA as they took their place at the Invictus Games closing ceremony.
She watched in awe as the team took the stage to Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the USA.” Meghan clapped to the song that echoed through the Merkur Spiel Arena and blew kisses to the team.
Prince Harry also joined in the applause from his front row seat – and took the stage to thank people for coming.