Los Angeles Comedy WriterMark Miller has sold movie projects to Warner Brothers, been a writer/producer on numerous TV sit-com staffs, a humor columnist for the Los Angeles Times Syndicate, a humor blogger for The Huffington Post, and is a part of the Los Angeles storytelling community. He has also performed stand-up comedy in nightclubs and on TV, and written special comedy material for numerous performers including Jay Leno, Jim Carrey, Rodney Dangerfield, Joan Rivers, Garry Shandling, and Dana Carvey. His first book, a collection of his humor essays on dating and romance, is 500 Dates: Dispatches From the Front Lines of the Online Dating Wars. It will be published on February 3, 2015. But Mark says he’d trade all his success away in a minute for immortality, inner peace and limitless wealth.

Staff Writer, Story Editor, Executive Script Consultant, Producer on such shows as

The New Odd Couple

The New Odd Couple

She’s The Sheriff

Shes The Sheriff

Different Strokes

Different Strokes

The Munsters Today

The Munsters

The Carol Burnett Show

The Carol Burnett Show

Dana Carvey’s HBO Special

dana carvey


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