Father is forced to give up his business
Miller wins two consecutive Hopwood awards for two of his plays.
He marries Mary Grace Slattery.
Miller writes during the daytime and works as a ship fitter's helper during the nighttime.
He wins the Theater Guild National Award.
He wins the New York Drama Critic's Award.
He wins the Pulitzer Prize, the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award, and the Antoinette Perry Award an the Donaldson Award.
Miller's play serves as an allegory for McCarthyism and wins the Antoinette Perry Award and Donaldson Award after premiering on Broadway.
He is found guilty because he refused to name other communists during his HUAC testimony in 1956.
This play serves to comment on his rocky marriage with Monroe.
His works were banned because he tried to free dissident writers.
It wins Tony Award for Beset Revival of a Play
Dies at the age of 89 in Roxbury, Connecticut.