Dick Miller is a video and performance artist most well known for his filmwork. He made his debut in Roger Corman's 1955 western Apache Woman and then went on to appear in dozens of films directed by him over the next several decades. He also appeared in every film directed by Joe Dante, as well as a broad range of films including Martin Scorsese's After Hours, Terminator, and Samuel Fuller's White Dog. On February 19, 1975 he presented "Turkeys," an installation with four live turkeys, two slide projectors, amplified sound, and chicken wire enclosure.