'Full House,' Broadway producer Thomas Miller dies at 79
By LYNN ELBER AP Television Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The producer of a string of TV hits including "Full House" and its sequel "Fuller House" has died. A family spokeswoman said that Thomas L. Miller died Sunday in Salisbury, Connecticut, from complications of heart disease.
A native of Milwaukee, Miller moved to Los Angeles in 1962 and began his Hollywood career working for famed movie director Billy Wilder.
After serving as a studio executive, Miller's independent production career included the sitcoms "Happy Days" and "Laverne & Shirley."
Working in partnership with Robert Boyett, he produced "Full House" and the Netflix sequel that debuted in 2016. Miller and Boyett later collaborated on Broadway productions, including the Tony Award-winning "War Horse."