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Thomas Lee Miller Edit Profile

writer , Motion picture and television producer

Thomas Lee Miller, American motion picture and television producer, writer. Member Writers Guild American West, Inc., Academy Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Academy television Arts and Sciences, Producers Guild American.

Background

Miller, Thomas Lee was born on August 31, 1940 in Milwaukee. Son of Edward Allan and Shirley Annette (Plous) Miller.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Wisconsin, 1962.

Career

Director development 20th Century Fox television, 1967-1968. Vice president development Paramount television, 1968-1972. Partner Miller-Milkis-Boyett Productions, Inc., Hollywood, California, 1978-1983, Miller Boyett Productions, Inc., Hollywood, since 1983.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Co-creator: television series Nanny and the Professor, 1967, Love American Style, 1968, Me and The Chimp, 1971, Sweepstakes, 1979, Out of the Blue, 1979. Executive producer: television series Happy Days, 1973-1984, Laverne and Shirley, 1975-1983, Mork and Mindy, 1978-1982, Angie, 1978-1980, Bosom Buddies, Foul Play, 1981. Co-producer: television series Best Little Whorehouse in Tex, 1981.

      Also feature films.

Membership

Member Writers Guild American West, Inc., Academy Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Academy television Arts and Sciences, Producers Guild American.

Connections

father:
Edward Allan Miller

mother:
Shirley Annette (Plous) Miller