Q: What ever happened to Billy Miller? I haven't seen him since his supporting role in "Truth Be Told" and his bigger roles in "The Young and the Restless" and "General Hospital" before that. Did he give up acting?

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Adam Thomlison / TV Media

It's a bit early to suggest Billy Miller quit the biz — as far as we know, he's still part of "Truth Be Told's" sprawling ensemble.

The drama series was renewed for a third season by Apple TV , but long-suffering fans of the streaming channels know that they often take their time coming out with new seasons.

"Truth Be Told" is, in fact, a good example: a year and a half passed between the end of its first season and the debut of its second. Its second-season finale only aired in October, so by that schedule, the show could remain absent until April 2023 before anyone could call it "late."

That does still amount to an unaccustomed absence from the screen for Miller — especially for those used to seeing him five days a week on the soaps (as Richie Novak in "All My Children," Billy Abbott in "The Young and the Restless" and, most recently, as Jason Morgan/Drew Cain in "General Hospital").

That said, he has shown some signs of becoming "restless" himself, squeezing in a quick guest spot in one episode of the ABC crime series "The Rookie" in November. That's the kind of moonlighting opportunity that daytime stardom, with its relentless shooting schedule, just doesn't offer.

Perhaps he'll do more of it and we won't have to wait a year and a half to see him on screen.


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