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Dennis Miller is a five-time Emmy Award winner for his critically acclaimed, half-hour, live talk show, HBO’s “Dennis Miller Live”. The show, best described as “biting social commentary laced with humor” aired from April 1994 to August 2002.
Over the years, Dennis Miller has become both a public and a critical favorite. The New York Times said, “Mr. Miller is exquisitely tuned to contemporary foibles… his material can be scathing, his delivery low key…Mr. Miller reaches a bit further than most comedians for the scorching comment…this smart aleck has an uncommonly sharp eye….”
In 2003, Dennis Miller provided regular commentary for the FOX News show Hannity & Colmes, and began a prime-time show on CNBC in early 2004 called “Dennis Miller” which aired until May 2005. The show contained a daily news segment called “The Daily Rorschach” which was reminiscent of his “Weekend Update” segments on “Saturday Night Live”, the show which first won him national recognition.
Miller was spotted by “Saturday Night Live” executive producer Lorne Michaels at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles. Michaels auditioned Miller and subsequently offered him the coveted “Weekend Update” slot on the show, a slot that Miller held for six years before exiting the show in 1991.
A former journalism major, Dennis Miller got his start in the late ’70′s, honing his skills in Pittsburgh area clubs and eventually relocating to New York where he performed at such famed clubs as Catch A Rising Star and the Comic Strip. Miller’s next move was a return to Pittsburgh where he wrote, produced and appeared in more than 100 humorous essays for the syndicated PM Magazine show, as well as hosting his own Saturday Morning television program aimed at teenage audiences.
By 1982, Dennis Miller was touring the country as a comedy club regular and establishing himself as one of the most assured, accomplished, and, of course, funniest comics on the scene. “I like what I do”, says Miller, whose career portolio includes having hosted his own syndicated TV talk show and three HBO specials. “Dennis Miller, Live From Washington (They Shoot HBO Specials, Don’t They?)” “Dennis Miller: Black & White” and “Mr. Miller Goes to Washington”. Dennis’ special for Comedy Central, “The State of the Union: Undressed”, was nominated for a Cable ACE Award. For two seasons Miller called the plays alongside Al Michaels and NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Fouts on ABC’s “Monday Night Football”.
Dennis has hosted the 1995 MTV Music Awards, co-hosted the 1994 Billboard Music Awards, 1993 MTV Movie Awards, twice hosted the ESPY Awards as well as twice co-hosting the EMMY Awards. In the recording area, Warner Bros. released his “Off White Album.” In October 2001, HarperCollins published the fourth edition of Miller’s popular rants, The Rant Zone, now in paperback. Miller’s previous book, I Rant Therefore I Am, Ranting Again and The Rants have all been New York Times bestsellers. Miller, who is married to model Ali Espley and is the father of two boys, notes, “comedy is a funny job, I mean, let’s face it, my only commitment is to be a funny man.”
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