Kenny Miller triple threat-a singer/dancer with boy-next-door good looks. In 1950s Hollywood, where the studios were just discovering the incredible draw of the teen movie, what more did a young actor need? Kenny Miller was soon rocking and rolling all over America, and moviegoers couldn't get enough. Surfiing with Bobby Vinton, roaming high school halls with a teenage werewolf, dancing around oversized props with his fellow puppet people: through luck and talent, Kenny Miller found himself in some of Hollywood's most popular cult movies. In the early 1960s he had one of the largest teen fan clubs in America and spent his free time partying with some of entertainment's biggest names, including Elvis Presley, Burt Reynolds and Connie Stevens. In this heartfelt and revealing book, Kenny talks about his amazing career in movies, nightclubs, theater, radio and television- and the many warm friendships that made it all worthwhile. He describes the twists (including the Twist!) and turns of a life that has entertained him as much as he has tried to entertain others.