What qualities did ‘Suits’ creator, Aaron Korsh, attribute to the late Billy Miller?

In a recent heartfelt tribute on Twitter, “Suits” creator Aaron Korsh mourned the passing of soap actor Billy Miller, who died at the age of 43 in Austin, Texas. While Miller is best known for his roles on “The Young and the Restless” and “General Hospital,” he also appeared on “Suits” for several seasons as Marcus Specter, the younger brother of Harvey Specter.

Korsh shared a personal anecdote about flying home with Miller, describing it as a memorable experience. The two bonded over the course of the five-hour flight, and what felt like minutes passed by. Korsh praised Miller as a funny, smart, kind, and gentle man.

The cause of Miller’s death has not been disclosed, but his management issued a statement mentioning that he suffered from manic depression. Born and raised in Grand Prairie, Texas, Miller began his career in the entertainment industry as a model for Wilhelmina. He made his acting debut on the soap opera “All My Children,” playing the character Richie Novak. In 2008, he joined the cast of “The Young and the Restless” as the fourth actor to portray Billy Abbott.

Throughout his career, Miller received three Emmy Awards, showcasing his talent and dedication to his craft. His passing is a tremendous loss for the entertainment industry, and the entire “Suits” family mourns his untimely departure. May Billy Miller rest in peace, leaving behind a legacy of exceptional performances and cherished memories.