Raymond Siller
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Raymond Siller

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Born Apr 8, 1939
Age 77

Raymond "Ray" Siller is an American television writer and political consultant. He was nominated for four Emmy Awards as long-time head writer on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. He has written for four U.S. presidents and contributed articles to The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Times and USA Today. He lives in New York City.… Read More

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Raymond Siller.

CHILDHOOD

1939 Birth Born in 1939.

TWENTIES

1960 21 Years Old He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1960. … Read More
1968 29 Years Old Siller moved over to ABC-TV in 1968 as an associate director on The Dick Cavett Show where he transitioned to Cavett’s writing staff. During the 1970 congressional elections, President Richard M. Nixon invited Siller to be a consultant at the White House. … Read More

THIRTIES

1972 33 Years Old The following year, Siller relocated to California to begin a three year stint at NBC Burbank on Hope’s writing staff for The Bob Hope Specials. In 1972, he accompanied Hope on his final Christmas tour to Vietnam.
1974 35 Years Old In 1974, Siller left Hope to write for another NBC program, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. … Read More

FORTIES

1980 41 Years Old 1980-81: Head Writer, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program)
1985 46 Years Old 1985-86: Head Writer, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (Outstanding Writing for a Variety or Music Program)
1987 48 Years Old 1987: Head Writer, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (Outstanding Writing for a Variety or Music Program)
1988 49 Years Old 1988: Head Writer, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (Outstanding Writing for a Variety or Music Program) … Read More

FIFTIES

1996 57 Years Old He’s written for Vice President Agnew, 1996 Presidential nominee, Senator Bob Dole, and California Governor George Deukmejian. … Read More
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