Ohio native, and NYC resident Kevin Miller is coming to Northview tomorrow to share his path to writing and producing for the Late Night with Seth Meyers Show. He has previously worked for SNL, 30 Rock, and more. Check out his full biography below. Mr. Miller will be speaking to our students tomorrow, Monday. While this event is being held for our Leadership Academy students as a part of their monthly Leadership Lunch series, all students are welcome to join us during their lunch period in the main gymnasium.
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Kevin Miller is a television producer (and occasional writer), originally from Massillon, Ohio. He began his career as an intern for the local morning show, The Morning Exchange, on Channel 5 WEWS in Cleveland.
Shortly after, he landed an internship at NBC News’ TODAY as well as The News With Brian Williams on MSNBC. After graduating from Ohio University with a degree in Journalism and Communications, he was accepted into the prestigious NBC Page Program, earning various assignments around the network, including Dateline, The Macy*s Thanksgiving Day Paradeand Saturday Night Live.
He quickly landed a staff job at Saturday Night Live, in which he decided to focus on producing. Miller climbed his way through the SNL ranks working in several roles in different departments at the show including post-production, research, and working with the writers. He became a co-producer on the show before transitioning to Late Night With Seth Meyers last year when NBC announced Meyers as the new host in its late night line-up, in which he currently works as a segment producer.
Miller has also been an integral part of various outside projects including serving as a six-time creative consultant for ESPN’sESPY Awards, where he has collaborated with hosts Seth Meyers, Rob Riggle, Jon Hamm and Drake. He was also nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for the 2008 ESPYS hosted by Justin Timberlake.
Other credits include the MTV Video Music Awards, Comedy Central’s Insomniac With Dave Attell, various Saturday Night Live specials, Above Average Network’s The Front Desk web series, and he has appeared on the Emmy Award-winning NBC sitcom 30 Rock, created by Tina Fey.
Photo credit to the New York Times.