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Larry  Miller

Larry Miller

Actor / Comedian / Humorist

Biography

As one of Hollywood’s most recognizable faces, Larry Miller has appeared in over 50 films and numerous television shows.  Miller began his career with a memorable role as the brown-nosing store manager in Pretty Woman and has gone on to delight audiences in some of the most unforgettable roles in such films as Best In Show, Waiting For Guffman, 10 Things I Hate About You, The Princess Diaries I&II and The Nutty Professor I&II. Read More >

In addition to acting, Miller is a contributing humorist to The Weekly Standard.  He recently finished writing his first book Spoiled Rotten America, adding his own clever commentary to today’s political discourse.

Miller was most recently seen in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer as well as the critically acclaimed documentary The Aristocrats, which featured 100 of the world’s most well-known comedians telling the dirtiest joke ever heard.  He will next be seen in the upcoming films Keeping Up With The Steins, starring opposite Jeremy Piven and For Your Consideration, which was written and directed by Christopher Guest and starring an ensemble cast which includes Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara.

His numerous television credits include the hit shows Desperate Housewives, Law & Order, and Seinfeld, along with recurring roles on Boston Legal, 8 Simple Rules And Mad About YouMiller has also made regular appearances on Real Time With Bill Maher, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno and Late Show With David Letterman, as well as starring in several of his own HBO comedy specials and on Broadway in Neil Simon’s play The Dinner Party, opposite Jon Lovitz. For more information please visit www.apbspeakers.com. Read Less ^

Speaker Videos

Enjoying Growing Older

Speech Topics

It’s Not Left or Right: It’s Up or Down

Saying Things Everybody is Thinking: The Political Everyman Looking for Peace of Mind

Spoiled Rotten America: Outrages of Contemporary Life

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