Millee Taggart is an American actress, best known for her long-running role as Janet Bergman Collins on Search for Tomorrow. She portrayed the character from 1971 to 1982. Her other acting roles on soaps include Gerry McGrath Pollock on "The Edge of Night" and Millie Parks on "One Life to Live."
She is also known for writing both comedic and dramatic series, which first started when the executives at Search for Tomorrow hired her as a writer in 1980, while she was still playing the role of Janet. From there, she wrote sitcoms such as The New Odd Couple and Joanie Loves Chachi. She was co-creator and Co-Executive Producer of The Thornes, which starred Tony Roberts, who had played her husband Lee Pollock in the 1960s on the soap opera The Edge of Night (where she herself played Gerry McGrath Pollock). She briefly wrote for Santa Barbara in 1984. She then joined As the World Turns from 1984 - 1985. She served as Head Writer of Ryan's Hope from 1985 - 1987. She later served on the All My Children writing team from 1996 - 1997. Her most famous writing achievements have been a three year stint on Loving from 1988–1991 and a recent stint for Guiding Light from 2002 - 2003. Taggart was also Co-Executive Producer of the reality TV series, Starting Over. She is also sometimes credited as Millee Taggart-Radcliffe.
Taggart and best-selling novelist Barbara Taylor Bradford wrote a "bible" for a new daytime serial which was titled, Saints And Sinners.