Kenny Miller began his career as a teen idol in the 1950s, appearing in such teen films as Going Steady, The Young Guns, Surf Party, Running Wild and This Rebel Breed. He later had roles in Orson Welles Touch of Evil, Anthony Quinns The Buccaneer, and two movies with cult followings: I Was a Teenage Werewolf (Michael Landons film debut) and Attack of the Puppet People. In the early 1960s Miller had the largest teen fan club in the United States. Also a singer and dancer, Miller has taken his celebrated nightclub act to capitals around the world and has appeared in numerous television shows, with an award-winning role in the ABC telefilm Night Train. This autobiography details Millers personal and professional life and the many movies and television shows in which he appeared. The work features numerous photographs from Millers four decade career, and a complete filmography.