Dennis Miller Birthday (November 3rd)

Dennis Miller Birthday (November 3rd)

Dennis Miller Information

  • Name: Dennis Miller
  • Profession: Comedian
  • Dennis Miller Birth Details: born 3rd November, 1953 in Pittsburgh
  • Dennis Miller Height: 5' 9" (1.75 m)
  • Personal quotes: "When it comes down to it, we're really just a big ant farm with beepers."
  • "America may be the best country in the world, but that's Ki Spouse: Ali Epsley (10 April 1988 - present) 2 children

Dennis Miller History

Dennis Miller a political/sports reporter, American comedian and television/radio personality was born on 3rd November, 1953 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Dennis Miller grew to fame as the cast associate of Saturday Night Live in late 1980s. Subsequently Dennis Miller hosted the filament of the chat shows on HBO, CNBC and also in syndication. At present Dennis Miller hosts daily, 3 hour, self titled converse radio program, nationwide syndicated through Westwood One.

In current years, Dennis Miller has become identified for his conventional political opinions, highlighting a hawkish posture on the U.S. military deed and confrontation for the Republican presidential applicants. Dennis Miller is a usual political reviewer on the Fox News Channel's The O'Reilly Factor in the fragment called "Miller Time", and also on the network's Hannity & Colmes in the division named "Real Free Speech".

Biography of Dennis Miller

Dennis Miller Early Life

Dennis Miller developed in Castle Shannon, a colony of Pittsburgh, where Dennis Miller graduated from the Keystone Oaks High School in 1971. And Dennis Miller parents divided and Dennis Miller was raised through his mother, Norma, a dietitian. Dennis Miller is of the Scottish descent. And at the Point Park University, Miller majored in the journalism because Miller supposed it probable simple: "I remember seeing All the President's Men and thinking Redford looked cool in his crinkled tie". Dennis Miller was an associate of the Sigma Tau Gamma organization. Throughout this period, Dennis Miller writes: "When I went to college, I lived on campus, and the guys I hung out with made me do some things I'm not proud of, although they made the characters in Revenge of the Nerds look like the Rat Pack in 1962. I myself made that kid Booger look like Remington Steele" (I Rant, Therefore I Am).

Dennis Miller Career Graph

Television Career

In early 1980s, Dennis Miller hosted 'The Trolley Show', Saturday daylight newsmagazine for youngsters, on the Pittsburgh's KDKA-TV. Dennis Miller also produced comic dramas for syndicated Evening Magazine TV program. Then Dennis Miller started performing comic role in New York humor union such as The Comic Strip and Catch A Rising Star, with in Los Angeles at The Comedy Store.

Saturday Night Live

Dennis Miller big smash came in the year of 1985, when Dennis Miller was discovered through Lorne Michaels at the Comedy Amass. Dennis Miller landed a blemish on the Saturday Night Live, where Dennis Miller succeeded the Christopher Guest as the Weekend Update commentator.

In the year of 1988, Dennis Miller released a comic CD, The Off-White Album, which is based on the HBO special named Mr. Miller Goes To Washington. Although Dennis Miller passed his spare time on the SNL after the Weekend Update counter, Miller was integrated in some drafts. Dennis Miller did some chronic characters and also icon imitations.

Recurring Characters

  • Koko, one of the fairies in the chronic sketch, Miss Connie's Fable Nook
  • Steve, one of The Stand-Ups (others comprise Jon Levitz as Bob, Damon Wayans as Keith, and also Tom Hanks as Paul)

Celebrity Imitation

  • Gary Hart
  • George Harrison

The Dennis Miller Show

In the year of 1992, pursuing his different approach from the Saturday Night Live, Dennis Miller launched late night television chat show, The Dennis Miller Show, associated by Tribune Entertainment. The show team boasted an authentic who’s who of earlier period and potential performers, producers and writers of note comprised Mark Brazil ("That 70's Show"), Todd Baker, David Kohan & Max Mutchnick (creators of "Will & Grace"), Bob Odenkirk ("Mr. Show"), Todd Baker, John Riggi, Herbert Sergeant (Saturday Night Live), Eddie Feldman, Dave Thomas (Second City TV), Drake Sather, and Nick Bakay.

The Dennis Miller Show had limited viewers owing to Tribune's toning it for the time gap in tiny hours of morning. On account of poor ratings, that show was postponed.

Guest Appearances and Commercials

Dennis Miller has emerged as the visitor star on diverse shows, comprised Hannity & Colmes, The Norm Show, The O'Reilly Factor, The Daily Show, News Radio, Sports Center, Real Time with Bill Maher, Boston Public, and also late-night converse shows such as Late Night with David Letterman and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Dennis Miller hosted MTV Video Music Awards in 1995-1996. Miller was the anchor of the HBO's 1996 series of election specials, Not Necessarily the Election.

Dennis Miller has emerged in diverse commercials, providing as an orator for the 10-10-220 long distance service, M&M's candies, and also Internet service supplier Net Zero. And about these actions Dennis Miller has commented: “Everybody has to sell out at some point to make a living. I'm a family man. I sold out to make an M&M commercial. They offer incredible amounts of money, and I say, ‘What can I do to sell one more piece of candy for you? Do you want me to hug the M&M?’ ”

Dennis Miller Private Life

Dennis Miller wedded with Carolyn Epsley, a previous replica from the Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, in 1988. And Epsley is famous as the girl in Kajagoogoo's "Too Shy" melody video. They have two sons, Marlon and Holden.

In his history fumes about religion, Dennis Miller affirmed "I consider myself to be a Christian." while Miller has altered his views and commented, Dennis Miller is "not a Christian". However, Dennis Miller has affirmed "there is some Christian in me" on his radio program.

Dennis Miller Personal Quote

“I'm a comedian, for God's sake. Viewers shouldn't trust me. And you know what? They're hip enough to know they shouldn't trust me. I'm just doing stand-up comedy.”

Dennis Miller: Media

Dennis Miller - HBO Specials

  • Mr. Miller Goes to Washington (1988)
  • The 13th Annual Young Comedians Special (1989) (host)
  • Black and White (1990)
  • Live from Washington, D.C.: They Shoot HBO Specials, Don't They? (1993)
  • State of the Union Undressed (1995)
  • Citizen Arcane (1996)
  • The Millennium Special: 1,000 Years, 100 Laughs, 10 Really Good Ones (1999)
  • The Raw Feed (2003)
  • All In (2006)

Dennis Miller - Audio

  • The Off-White Album (Warner Bros. Records, 1988)
  • The Rants (Random House Audio, 1996)
  • Ranting Again (Random House Audio, 1998)
  • Rants Redux (Random House Audio, 1999)
  • I Rant, Therefore I Am (Random House Audio, 2000)
  • The Rant Zone: An All-Out Blitz Against Soul-Sucking Jobs, Twisted Child Stars, Holistic Loons, and People Who Eat Their Dogs! (HarperAudio, 2001)
  • Still Ranting After All These Years (HarperAudio, 2004)

Dennis Miller - Print

  • The Rants (Doubleday, 1996) ISBN 0-385-47804-6
  • Ranting Again (Doubleday, 1999) ISBN 0-385-48852-1
  • I Rant, Therefore I Am (Doubleday, 2000) ISBN 0-385-49535-8
  • The Rant Zone: An All-Out Blitz Against Soul-Sucking Jobs, Twisted Child Stars, Holistic Loons, and People Who Eat Their Dogs! (HarperCollins, 2001) ISBN 0-06-621066-6